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Inaccurate Realities #3 Kindle Edition
“Cupid’s Magic” by MK McFadden “The Black Forest” by Kasidy Manisco “The Killing Jar” by Jan Eldredge “Grieftaker” by T. Eric Bakutis “The Paper Doll” by Nancy O’Toole and “Defining Justice: A prequel to Threats of Sea and Sky” by Jennifer Ellision
As well as interviews with Jessica Spotswood, Michelle Krys and Danielle L Jensen and reviews of Half Bad by Sally Green, The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski and Born of Deception by Teri Brown.
- ASIN : B00K34HB82
- Publication date : May 1, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1037 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 104 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Customer Reviews:
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Side note: I rated this based on the stories in this collection that I ~didn't write. I have always been partial to magic!
Since the theme of this volume was 'magic' the collection was very fantasy based, but the stories were different enough that it didn't feel repetitive while I was reading. I especially liked The Paper Doll, by Nancy O'Toole, and Grieftaker, by T. Eric Bakutis, and would recommend them to a variety of readers. Both have strong values built into unique and colorful worlds, and I enjoyed the character depth. Grieftaker is an emotional toll- but I think that's the point- well done.
The remaining stories and prequel were all interesting and engaging, but didn't have the same resonance with me as the two mentioned above.
I found a few typos scattered around, and I find them incredibly distracting, but aside from that I really enjoyed this collection.