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A Metazen Christmas

4.44 of 5 stars 4.44  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  3 reviews
I know, I know… “E” book. It is a strange thing. They are different than regular books. But this is special. This is a charity E-book. Also, we’ve brought together some of the most amazing, upcoming independent authors to produce some real nice literary Christmas shit.
Published December 25th 2010 by

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Jul 25, 2011 Kate rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
Since everyone is having "Christmas in July" specials, I decided to jump aboard the band wagon and read this awesome e-book of short stories.

First of all, I just love the cover. I mean how could you not?

Second of all, each and every single one of these stories were fantastically written. I don't have a favorite because they were all just that well done.

Finally, I am most certainly looking forward to read more from these authors, as well as, the Metazen blog too.
Donald Armfield
This collection of short stories caught my eye while browsing books by Bradley Sands. He has a short in this funny collection along with a couple other Bizarro Authors.

Marcus Speh starts out and continues throughout with a Christmas countdown. Vaughn Simons does the twelve days of Xmas " Two Turtle Doves & Six Geese" had me laughing. Cameron Pierce's dad makes us some pancakes better eat up or get your throat slit. Annie Evett story of waiting for death is a awesome read. Bradley Sands send
Frankie Saxx
The Twelve Days of Christmas stories by Vaughan Simons are killer.
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