All-new Tales

Book - 2010
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A groundbreaking anthology that includes outstanding tales by Joe Hill, Lawrence Block, Carolyn Parkhurst, Joanne Harris, Richard Adams, Jeffery Deaver, and Neil Gaiman.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2010
ISBN: 9780061230929
Branch Call Number: STORIES
Characteristics: x, 428 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Gaiman, Neil
Sarrantonio, Al


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Apr 01, 2020

I read this for the "Set in the Future" part of my 2020 reading challenge, as some of the stories fit. I don't generally like short stories, but these were surprising and really good. A fantastic mix of authors and themes that I overall quite enjoyed.

rlbishop7880 Jun 03, 2013

A fantastic collection of short stories from some amazing authors. Those who see Neil Gaiman and instatntly think Fantasy, look again (though Gaiman makes a brillliant contibution). The stories range from straight-up fiction to fantasy, to horror, even romance. In short, the most incredible arrangement of only 26 letters you will find!

Jun 03, 2013

This was an enjoyable way to experience several different authors all at once. The title says Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio, but there are about 20 different authors with stories in here. I would say that there was really only one or two clunkers. Overall, very enjoyable.

omarkaviles Nov 18, 2011

Great first two chapters so far. Joyce Carol Oates is one of my favorite writers. Mrs. Oates short story entitled FOSSIL-FIGURES is a great cynical, poignant prose about two twin brothers who share a common bond of love, even though both are opposite. In addition, their are more great authors who contributed to this book. Some great short stories to read MTA subway train and at night!

Jul 11, 2011

This was one of the best anthologies I have ever read. All the stories were compelling and vibrant and an absolute joy to read.


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