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Women and Other Monsters by Bernard Schaffer
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Jun 20, 11

Read from June 15 to 19, 2011

Very interesting and diverse set of Short Stories! Enjoy it.

The Reluctant Death:
This was a well written story that brings about the truth of racism in the south way back when. Great twist in this and this story really kept my interest. I was sorry that it was over when I got to the last line.

Codename Omega:
I enjoyed this story and wish this was more of a novella then a short story. So much could be done with that I hope the author will dwell more into this and bring it to life in a longer book. Very intriguing.

Room Service:
I found great humor in this story. The frustration of the human and his anger towards the vampire made for a good story. I was not surprised at the ending of this one either, and found myself laughing.

Cold Comforts:
I found this story to be evil and very twisted and of course I liked it the best out of all the stories for just that reason. This story alone gave importance to the title of this book. I was really hoping the author would follow through with this one just a bit more and bring it up to the point where the man comes in contact, but with that said, my imagination went wild on this and I can actually see this being done to someone.

Nazareth:
I was confused at this fast paced Sci-fi short story at first, and it took me some time to think through what was being said. I’m not a big Sci-fi fan, but once I figured things out, it intrigued me and I wanted to see more.

Digestif:
Enjoyed this information. As all people have fears of our childhood, it is nice to hear people share others and then show how they come to life through words on a page. Very nice.
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