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by Thomas F. Monteleone (Goodreads Author) , Elizabeth Massie (Goodreads Author) , Ronald Kelly (Goodreads Author) , Kathleen Jurgens , Michael Cassutt , John Edward Ames , Kathe Koja , Lawrence C. Connolly , more…Marthayn Pelegrimas , David Bischoff (Goodreads Author) , John Maclay , Thomas Tessier , Andrew Vachss (Goodreads Author) , Steve Rasnic Tem (Goodreads Author) , Whitley Strieber (Goodreads Author) , J.J. Comeau , Avram Davidson , John Alfred Taylor , Poppy Z. Brite , Bentley Little , Kristine Kathryn Rusch , Ed Gorman …less
The stories we tell are not limited to monsters and harsh otherworlds. Yet the fiction books in the Borealis imprint certainly belong to a world other than our own. This line encompasses our science fiction, fantasy and horror novels and anthologies.
Mass Market Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 12th 1991 by White Wolf Games Studio
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1 • Introduction (Borderlands 3) • (1993) • essay by Thomas F. Monteleone
7 • Brazo de Dios • (1993) • shortstory by Elizabeth Massie
23 • Witch Hunt • (1992) • shortstory by Andrew Vachss
29 • The Owen Street Monster • (1993) • shortstory by J. L. Comeau
37 • The Man Who Was Made of Money • (1993) • shortstory by Avram Davidson
51 • The Brotherhood • (1993) • shortstory by John Alfred Taylor
59 • The Sixth Sentinel • (1993) • shortstory by Poppy Z. Brite
76 • The Man in the Passenger Seat • (1 ...more
I liked most of the stories in this book. It's an old book, from 1994, that I've had for a long time that I finally got around to reading. I skipped the introductions to all the stories because I didn't find them interesting, but the stories themselves were mostly good. The first one was about a nun who was captured by an evil regime in a South American country. She is forced to sacrifice "to save a life" but there's a twist in the end. Another story was about a greedy wife who believes her husb ...more
Borderlands 3 does not disappoint. The stories are a cohesive collection of horror stories that present quality commercial fiction at its best: Andrew Vachss, Poppy Z. Brite, Bentley Little, Thomas Tessier, and Steve Rasnic Tem among others. My favorite is Midnight Grinding by Ronald Kelly. A southern yarn that's chilling to the bone.This book is a fast read and a study in the style of writing that helps develop the budding novelist.
Not quite as shocking after being immersed in the previous volumes, but several great stories here lots of good ones and no real stinkers. Of course, as is the case with the other books in the series, the great ones often reveal themselves long after you've read them. Definitely worth reading.