Nick Wisseman lives in the woods of Michigan with his wife and daughter, ten dogs, sixty cats, and forty horses. (The true number of pets is an order of magnitude smaller, but most days it feels like more.) He’s not quite sure why he loves writing twisted fiction, but there’s no stopping the weirdness once he’s in front of a computer. You can find the complete list of oddities on his website: www.nickwisseman.com.
on Nov. 18, 2012 :
The stories in Outcasts are fresh, original, and diverse. A nice cure from generic fantasy and sf. Wisseman moves between fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal with ease. His characters are real people. They aren't always in the best of situations, and not all of them are likeable. But you care about what happens to them. Even when they're their own worst enemies. The stories will stick with you after you finish the book. This is a writer to watch.
(reviewed 73 days after purchase)