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Seventeen original stories take you on a journey through worlds here and beyond. From the depths of the earth to the embrace of the sea, your favorite series continue. Prequels, alternative views, and new scenes give readers a chance to experience more than originally told. Including stories from Rebekah Campbell, David Estes, Amber Garr, Karen Amanda Hooper, Stephanie Judice, and Leigh Michael. More

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Words: 61,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301713509
About Amber Garr

Amber Garr spends her days conducting scientific experiments and wondering if her next door neighbor is secretly a vampire. Born in Pennsylvania, she lives in Maryland with her husband and their furry kids. Her childhood imaginary friend was a witch, Halloween is sacred, and she is certain that she has a supernatural sense of smell. Amber is a multiple Royal Palm Literary Award winner and the author of The Syrenka Series and The Leila Marx Novels. When not obsessing over the unknown, she can be found dancing, reading, or enjoying a good movie. Find out more at www.ambergarr.com

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Review by: Dre Wolf on Jan. 01, 2013 :
I bought this book for a good cause and because David Estes contributed his works here. I think it helps the readers if they have read the books from some of the authors, as it did me, to appreciate the shorts stories. Worth my money, I'd say.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lolita Verroen on Dec. 20, 2012 :
I don't often read Anthologies. I think the stories are often too short and prefer to read a book and really get into the story. So why did I buy this anthology? Well I heard David Estest has wroten two short stories for this anthology and thought "why not give it a try"?

The first few short stories where written by Rebekah Campbell. The first was a nice short story that was easily read, but the short stories after that were just plain confusing. I haven't read any of her books and I had no idea what was going on. I just felt like I missed pieces and I think these stories are more enjoyable if you hav actually read her books.

The two short stories after that were written by David Estes, I have read the 3 books in the Dwellers series so far and I love this series. I loved getting to know more about Tawni and Anna. These two short stories already made it worth picking up this anthology.

I actually have to say I don't remember much of the short stories after that. They didn't make a lasting impression although I do plan on reading some of the books these authors have written because I am interested in reading more of them.

The last three short stories by Leigh Micheal where short stories I really enjoyed. Even though I haven't read her series yet, I enjoyed the short stories and enough explanation was given to still understand what was going on. I really am looking forward to read this series and I loved getting introduced to this world and her writing style in this way.

To conclude: while I normally an not a huge fan of anthologies I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Some short stories were really confusing, but I enjoyed getting a glimpse of different stories and writing styles and I added quite some books to my to-read list thanks to reading this.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lolita Verroen on Dec. 20, 2012 :
I don't often read Anthologies. I think the stories are often too short and prefer to read a book and really get into the story. So why did I buy this anthology? Well I heard David Estest has wroten two short stories for this anthology and thought "why not give it a try"?

The first few short stories where written by Rebekah Campbell. The first was a nice short story that was easily read, but the short stories after that were just plain confusing. I haven't read any of her books and I had no idea what was going on. I just felt like I missed pieces and I think these stories are more enjoyable if you hav actually read her books.

The two short stories after that were written by David Estes, I have read the 3 books in the Dwellers series so far and I love this series. I loved getting to know more about Tawni and Anna. These two short stories already made it worth picking up this anthology.

I actually have to say I don't remember much of the short stories after that. They didn't make a lasting impression although I do plan on reading some of the books these authors have written because I am interested in reading more of them.

The last three short stories by Leigh Micheal where short stories I really enjoyed. Even though I haven't read her series yet, I enjoyed the short stories and enough explanation was given to still understand what was going on. I really am looking forward to read this series and I loved getting introduced to this world and her writing style in this way.

To conclude: while I normally an not a huge fan of anthologies I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Some short stories were really confusing, but I enjoyed getting a glimpse of different stories and writing styles and I added quite some books to my to-read list thanks to reading this.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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