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Raney and Mazer join forces in this variety pack of short stories that skew toward the horrific side of the fantastical. Short story collections are great because you can sneak in a story real quick--though in this case, you'll probably find yourself sneaking more than one at a time. (I mean, who eats just one M & M?)
You really don't know what you're in for. There are short stories, flash fiction, and even short screenplays in here. The change in pace and format keeps it interesting.
The authors took the interesting approach of not letting you know who wrote which story until the end, so it's up to you to see if you can figure out which of them is trying to get inside your head at any particular point. The authors do have what I would call distinct-but-compatible styles. By the time you're done, the authorship seems like more of a collective entity, with recurring themes woven throughout.
Short stories don't always wrap things up in a neat package for you, so you can expect that here, so be prepared for the emotional satisfaction/trauma that comes from that. Most of the stories are at least ankle deep in horror, if not fully-immersed. I'm pleased to report that Ms. Mazer and Ms. Raney aren't afraid of veering into the bloody and the grotesque on numerous occasions (see Mazer's Lucky #48).