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The Dimension Next Door

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13 original stories about the realities just around the corner...

Movements glimpsed out of the corner of your eye, inexplicable sounds, knowledge for which there is no rational explanation, dreams that seem as real as our own everyday life—products of overactive imaginations, or unexpected glimpses into dimensions beyond our own? Join thirteen intrepid writers as they exp

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Published July 1st 2008 by Penguin Group (USA) (first published 2008)
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Paul Genesse
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I truly, truly enjoyed this anthology. So much so that I have to give it 5 tombstones. With 13 stories to choose from, it was difficult to only pick a few stories to highlight in this review. I probably could have mentioned each and every one of them and I found something to like in all 13...

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This is one of the best anthologies I've read in the past couple of years. All of the authors had very different takes on "the dimension next door", and that made it a treat.

While some stories were better than others, they were all very well-written (and in my experience, usually an anthology had at least a couple of duds).

Most of the time, if I keep an anthology, it's because of 1 -3 really good stories, and the rest range from duds to meh. With this one- I really was taken with almost all of t...more
I primarily bought this book because of the Anton Strout story "The Fourteenth Virtue." It's a short back story from his Simon Canderous world, and we learn a little more about the F.O.G.gies and some surprising "facts" about Benjamin Franklin. It's a great story, and a must-have if you are collecting the Canderous series.

The other short stories are terrific as well. Frankly, I haven't met an anthology edited by Martin H. Greenberg that I didn't like. He's definitely the reigning king of antholo...more
Joseph Young
Interesting assortment of stories. Got me to think about scenarios I had never considered before. Would read again.
Didn't get to the book quickly enough; returned it unfinished and overdue to the library after already renewing it twice.
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Martin Harry Greenberg was an American academic and speculative fiction anthologist. In all, he compiled 1,298 anthologies and commissioned over 8,200 original short stories. He founded Tekno Books, a packager of more than 2000 published books. In addition, he was a co-founder of the Sci-Fi Channel.
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