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And so, I took a break from my other books, to read this.
There are over forty stories here, some actually continuing in the next story.
What an amazing imagination Milo James has...
Quite a variety of stories that will surely please anyone reading them.
I especially liked the way he can re-write historical events into a new reality. The Minutemen and the JFK stories will leave you wondering... what if?
I'm one to always look for those little typos that always creep up in e-books, but could not find one in this collection of great stories. Grammar and spelling are top notch! Obviously, a writer that cares how readers will perceive his work. Keep up writing like this, Milo, and you will always have thankful readers, myself included!
*I was given a free review copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.
I also found it interesting that some stories seem to weave into another, with similar settings, as if we’re getting a glimpse into more than one story in the same timeline. Very clever.
My favorites from this collection are Scuttle, A Monster By Any Other Name, and Self-Storage. They are all examples of what short horror should be. I also chose them because I love stories with creatures born from an author’s wild imagination.
I recommend this collection to all readers who enjoy speculative fiction.