The General's Wrath and Other Short Stories

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This collection of five short stories includes the genres of fantasy, horror, and paranormal- from dragons and mermaids to werewolves and Incubi. You'll find action, humor, romance, and vengeance. More
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About Laura M Austin

Laura has been published by many online and in print anthologies. She has proudly served as a judge for Ageless Authors and has self-published two picture books. She has a passion for writing about mental health and trying to reach out to others.

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Reviews of The General's Wrath and Other Short Stories by Laura M Austin

Christina Blackman reviewed on March 13, 2022

This is a wonder and intriguing piece! Always leaves me wanting to read more!!!
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
lucylux reviewed on March 12, 2022

This book is a selection of five short stories. The first story is about people hunting a dragon and alternates between the POV of the people and the POV of the dragon. The second story is about someone hunting a werewolf, again alternating between POVs. The third story follows a mermaid who discovers the seas are being destroyed by humans. The next story was an eerie job interview scenario. The last story was about a woman marrying for money and getting more than she bargained for.

My favourite story was the one about the mermaid. I loved how it was based on things that are happening to the oceans right now and how it brought these issues to the forefront. It was also really cool how part of it was based on real cave drawings! I found all five stories to have a unique turn of events which was really interesting to see. Additionally, the fourth story really intrigued me and I wished it had been a bit longer so I could find out what was going on! I particularly liked the latter four stories as I felt that they were the most unique and interesting to me personally.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book! It was filled with sinister turns of events much like Roald Dahl’s short stories were, mixed with supernatural features.

If you like fantasy or paranormal stories and particularly short stories, I would highly recommend reading this!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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