Megan's Reviews > 999: Twenty-nine Original Tales of Horror and Suspense

999 by Al Sarrantonio
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Mar 30, 10

bookshelves: courier, 2010, fiction, gaiman, horror, paranormal, anthology, adult
Read from March 23 to 26, 2010

I always have a hard time reviewing anthologies, at least when they are by multiple authors. I kind of feel like unless I rate each individual story, it doesn't really matter. I mean, my review is basically always gonna be the same unless an anthology totally sucks or every story is awesome. "Some stories were good, some just didn't keep my attention." I guess I could call out some stories that I liked, such as (of course) Neil's "Keepsakes & Treasures," Joe R. Landsdale's "Mad Dog Summer," Nancy A. Collins' "Catfish Gal Blues," etc., but it doesn't really matter unless you are the type to buy or check out an anthology just because somebody said they liked one story in it.

Anyway, it was good. Some of the stories were good, some just didn't keep my attention.
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