Dec 172012

The Jurassic/Pandemonium team heads to the old, weird, west. Not so weird – though often otherworldly and seriously creepy – don’t read Will Hill’s “Sad Tale” before bed. These ten stories take place over a year in a shared world fictional town in a fictional old west. The curation of the stories and the world created is top class – no easy task, with stories that range from funny to twisted and terrifying. And then there’s Sam Sykes’ “Wish for a gun”, a deep meditation on sadness and loss in a nonsensical world, my personal favourite in a top-quality anthology.


Get it on Kindle here (UK) or here (US) or on Kobo here.

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