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Flesh and Bone: Rise of the Necromancers

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Twenty-one dark short stories about the undead, and the persons who raise them... Featuring: The Blade of Tears by Lydia Sharp, No Man's Land by K.G. McAbee, Wrists by Shennandoah Diaz, All the World a Grave by Michael McClung, Blood on the Beach by Anne Michaud, The Scarlet Cat by Rebecca Lloyd, The Mortician's Secret by Kelley Frank, The King's Accord by Alan Baxter, Nec ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published August 16th 2010 by Pill Hill Press
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Michael McClung
Aug 22, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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As I am a contributing aouthor to this anthology, I'll just briefly say that there are some fine and spooky stories here. If you like stories about the undead, this anthology is for you :)
Horror DNA
Dec 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
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If you were to ask me my top favorite genres to read are, I honestly don't know where I'd place "Dark Fantasy". Sure, growing up I read a ton of the more popular fantasy novels like The Lord of the Rings series, Terry Brooks' Shannara series, a lot of Piers Anthony, the Thieves World anthologies, and more. But as I grew older, I found less interest in reading about wizards and dragons and the like. I'm by no means saying fantasy is for kids, laws no. It's just something I slowly lost interest in ...more
Tarl
Dec 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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It took me a bit to get a copy of this book. I'd wanted to read it for some time now, as it dealt with a section of magic that you don't really find a lot of writers tackling. I mean, Necromancers and people who raise the dead, what more could you want?

Now, before I begin, the description of this book states that it is about the undead and the people who raise them. This is great, except there are a few stories in this anthology that are JUST about the undead and have nothing to do with the peop
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Kelley Frank
Apr 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm a contributing author to this anthology, and I'm very proud to appear here. I gave it a reread and it's still a fantastic collection of stories about necromancers -- and I say this as a huge fan of those horror stories where someone resurrects the dead for one reason or another.
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