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Beasties: A Collected Uncollected Anthology

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Enjoy the urban fantasy stories of the Uncollected Anthology: Beasties now collected in this bundle.

Discover how to deal with raising chickens and feathered serpents or enjoy some tasty ice cream with a side of monsters. Rid your apartment of something small Commute with the dogs or take a strange-looking bird to the vet.

Explore the Uncollected Anthology wi
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Published March 28th 2019 by Kydala Publishing, Inc.
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May 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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If you feel dispirited or sad, this is a perfect pick-me up collection of fun, urban, upbeat fantasy stories that will move you to tears, be it Rebecca M. Senese's nice veterinarian finding a strange wounded bird in her clinic, or the Rob Jeshonek's werewolf howling for an ice cream cone, and having to help the sole ice cream parlor catering to monsters...

And did you try to raise chicken in the big bad city? (Leah Cutter, “The Challenges of Raising Urban Chickens”)

Or try to go a simple blind da
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