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Woodcliff Anthology

3.80  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
The “Woodcliff Anthology” is a fascinating collection of short stories introducing you to people who are familiar and a little unusual. Each of the settings are familiar to all of us: busy city streets, a real-estate office, a cabin in the woods, or a courtroom. The stories explore life’s big questions, including the courage to defend innocence, personal freedom, the meani ...more
Paperback, 199 pages
Published by Barred Owl Publishing (first published September 22nd 2010)
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Sep 16, 2011 Quincidence rated it really liked it
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Aug 27, 2011 Francine rated it really liked it
Shelves: anthology
I love anthologies and this collection does not disappoint. Woodcliff Anthology is a collection of short stories that all have a moral meaning. The main characters in each story each have something unique about them that isn't recognized by those around them. Most are mistreated in some way and eventually find some happiness from sources not in the norm. The stories are quick reads, interesting enough at times to make you wish the story was a whole book instead of a short story. They are gems th ...more
Apr 24, 2012 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
If you like well written, thought provoking stories then this anthology is for you. There was not one story that was not enjoyable. Reminded me a lot of Howard Fast's Time and the Riddle. A Very PLEASANT way to spend an afternoon int he sun.
Linda Rollins
Aug 29, 2011 Linda Rollins rated it liked it
This is a delightful collection of charming tales, with a decent twist at the end of each story. It is very much along the lines of ‘Tales of the Unexpected.’ I found it to be very enjoyable and easy to read.
D.A. Blankinship
Sep 13, 2011 D.A. Blankinship added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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