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Magical Mayhem

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Magical Mayhem is the first of many anthologies to come from new tween/teen publisher Ambush Books. Compiled from a wide assortment of emerging YA talent plus award-winning veteran authors, this anthology truly has something for everyone featuring short tales that will twist your brain and wrap around your soul. From the creepy jumble of Eldritch Black’s ‘Three Curses for ...more
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Published October 1st 2012 by Ambush Books (first published September 27th 2012)
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I want this just so I can look at the cover!! WOW!
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Recommends it for: anyone who loves magical anthologies
Recommended to Su by: Laurie McLean @ PNWA conference
Magical Mayhem is a lot of magic with a little bit of mayhem. Most of the stories were great...but there were a couple that required some more editing. Big time. One in particular, I ended up skipping because there were so many mistakes I just couldn't stand it anymore. I especially liked 'A Piece of You' by Rhonda Helms; 'My Sister's a Witch' by Laurie McLean (probably because of the '65 Shelby Mustang); 'Drusila and the Bear' by Pam Van Hylckama Vliegm (now that's a mouthful); and 'The Gate' b ...more
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I was born on October 19th, 1947 in the hospital at March Air Force Base just outside Riverside, California. My father, Norman, was a career sergeant who'd served as an aircraft mechanic and infantryman in the Philippines campaign early in the war and was taken prisoner on Bataan. My mother, Agnes, was a nurse at the hospital where he was sent to recuperate after the war was over.

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