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Tesseracts 14: Strange Canadian Stories (Tesseracts #14)

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This unique collection of short stories features the work of some of Canada’s finest speculative fiction writers. Included in this collection are short stories and poems by: Michelle Barker, Tony Burgess, Suzanne Church, David Clink, Michael Colangelo, Margaret Curelas, Susan Forest, L.L. Hannett, Brent Hayward, Patrick Johanneson, Sandra Kasturi, Claude Lalumiere, Michael ...more
Paperback, 344 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Hades Publications (first published October 1st 2010)
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Ale
Very strange book. "Harvest Moon", "Vermilion Dreams" and "The Short Medical Career of Fine Sam Fine" were the best in the collection.
Jason Donev
A very wide range of stories and quality.

M. L. D. Curelas's Harvest Moon is superb. Her story is chilling and moving. I got very attached to her characters and I'm hoping that she does more in this world, I'd like to see what happens! Her story is a must read.
Alison
Very enjoyable. My favorite (and I admit that I'm biased) was Harvest Moon by M.L.D. Curelas. However I also liked: Random Access Memory and Flight of Passage.
Andy Taylor
A mixed bag of weird tales and outright horror stories. A third of the stories left me scratching my head, a third were okay, and about 1/3 had me thinking about the stories long after I put down the book. Definitely by it for the 1/3 that were memorable. It's worth it.
Natalie
As usual with short stories, only a few were interesting. Quite a few here were dull, frankly. I only read it for John Park's Nightward, really (it landed squarely in the interesting bucket btw). Heat Death (Patrick Johanneson), Flight of Passage (Jon Martin Watts), and One Nation Under Gods (Jerome Stueart) were also kind of interesting.
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Heat Death 1 11 Oct 08, 2010 12:04PM  
Also called “Canada’s Mr. Mystery”, Mr. Colombo lives in Toronto with his wife. In addition to writing and running a publishing company, Mr. Colombo has appeared on both television and radio.
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