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  • Fantastic anthology!

    What a great anthology! When I pick up an anthology, I always expect that I will find a story or two that just doesn’t work all that well for me. It is almost an unwritten rule but this collection broke that rule because I liked every single story. Yes, every single one! I did like some stories more than others but there wasn’t any part of this book that I didn’t enjoy reading which was a real treat. This collection features stories from some of my favorite series written by some of my favorite authors. I loved the story featuring Asil from Patricia Brigg’s Mercy Thompson world. It was a fun surprise to find a story from Oberon’s point of view written by Kevin Hearne. We also got a short story from the world of The Others by Anne Bishop. I was thrilled to get a little bit of The Dresden Files with a story from Toot Toot’s point of view. The stories by Kelley Armstrong and Chloe Neill were also a real treat. I liked the variety in the collection. There was a little bit of everything from the genre of urban fantasy in this group of stories. I have read quite a few books written by the authors featured in this anthology. While some of the stories were a part of a long-running series, everything in this collection would work as a stand-alone so it is a great way to sample the writing of this group of authors. I would definitely recommend this book to others. I found this to be a very impressive collection of stories and had a hard time putting the book down because I was having such a good time with it. Urban Fantasy fans will not want to miss this anthology. I received a digital review copy of this book from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley.

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  • Patricia Briggs writes about anAsil Moreno meeting

    Wonderful story by Patricia Briggs about Asil Moreno being sent on a quest to go on a date. The other dates have been incredibly eventful. He has had to right wrongs at every turn. In this short story, he drives to Seattle from Montana. He left Spain a long while ago, because he thinks that he should be put down. We are reminded of his unending pain now that Sarai is dead, as she has been for a long time. Alan Choo rang a distant bell, and then when Moira the white witch was mentioned, I realized that Alana must have been in a previous book. Anyhow, there is a wendigo involved in the story who tries to defeat Asil.

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  • Loved it!

    My favorite stories were by Jim Butcher and Patricia Briggs. Major General Toot toot Maximus is a fine warrior and great protector of Sir Harry Dresdon. And a great story teller! And has The Moor finally found a new mate!?! Inquiring minds want to know!

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  • Every story a great read

    The only thing wrong was that it was over before I was ready for it to end AAAAAA+ all my fave authors in the same spot

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