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Were- Paperback – September 13, 2016
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Back to Were-, the stories range from 5 sheep to 3 1/2 sheep, most on the high end of the scale. And as the title suggests, all the stories are about were-creatures. But not the ordinary kind...these are unusual weres: crows, possums, wasps and some I won't mention because they are surprises. All the stories are fun (you can tell the authors had a good time playing with this theme) and some do have slight dark edge to them, but they all the werecreatures have happy endings.
Were- starts out with a bang with "Best is Show" by Seanan McGuire. The story is a fun detective story with a were-twist. Beast from Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series is as cheeky as ever and David Coe writes about some naughty little bears. Belmond's "The Whale" addresses the issue of mass differences between a person and their were form that I've always wondered about. These are just a few of the great stories.
4.25 "were" Sheep
So it was inevitable that an anthology like this would eventually show up. Forget werewolves, in these pages lurk were-sharks, were-seagulls and a were-whale in one tale alone.
Seventeen stories by talented authors like Seanan McGuire, Phyllis Ames, David B. Coe, April Steenburgh, Mike Barretta, Jean Marie Ward, Katharine Kerr, and co-editor Patricia Bray run the gamut from light humor to serious pathos. Well worth the price of admission.
This is another must have for your anthology collection. Great read!
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