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Running with the Pack (Kitty Norville) [Kindle Edition]

Ekaterina Sedia

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Book Description

Remember the werewolves of classic stories and films, those bloodthirsty monsters that transformed under the full moon, reminding us of the terrible nature that lives within all of us? Today’s werewolves are much more suave — and even sexy — and they’ve moved from British moors to New York City lofts, shaved, and got jobs. But as the tales of these writers will show you, they remain no less wild and passionate, and they still tug at the part of our being where a wild animal used to be. Running With the Pack includes stories from Carrie Vaughn, Laura Anne Gilman, and C.E. Murphy, and they will convince you that despite their gentrification, werewolves remain as fascinating and terrifying as ever.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 928 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1607012197
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Prime Books (18 Dec. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #560,417 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 22 very good to really outstanding stories 27 Jun. 2010
By G. Robinson - Published on
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I almost never give 5 stars to an anthology as there are usually some poor stories in there. These range from a trip to the underworld kind of boring and very symbolic but very well written and if you aren't a lore master might be better; to the tragedy of the last story. The Vaughn is a back story on T.J. and is better if you have read Kitty and the Midnight Hour (Kitty Norville, Book 1) but that isn't needed I recommend the book is the start of an excellent series.

But many of the authors are unfamiliar and most of the stories are great, a really good surprise. The Editor has refrained for writing for he volume and shows a lot of talent in selecting excellent stories. I look forward to hearing more from her.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mixed Bag, but Overall Good Read 27 July 2010
By Amy Henley - Published on
I like paranormal stories with vampires, witches, and of course, werewolves. I think this anthology is a mixed bag - it contains some good, average, and bad. I have read a lot of different authors with werewolves as characters. Perhaps, that is why this book fell a bit short for me. I have read a lot of good stories about werewolves, and I had high expectations for this book. I was looking forward to reading authors I enjoy and discovering some new ones. Overall, the book was good. There are good stories by authors I enjoy like C.E. Murphy, Laura Ann Gilman, and Maria V. Snyder, but also some duds. I was especially disappointed in Carrie Vaughn's story that starts out the book because I love her Kitty books. I felt that the story TJ's viewpoint didn't cover any new area that wasn't hinted in her first book. I did come across some new to me authors whose work I enjoyed like Stephanie Burgis, Karen Everson, N.K. Jemisin, and Mike Brotherton. I liked the new ideas or new twists to old stories they brought to the book. I gave the review 4 stars instead of 3 because the good stories make up for those I could have done without reading.
3.0 out of 5 stars A readable variety, but uninspired on the whole with only a few exceptions. Not recommended 6 Nov. 2011
By Juushika - Published on
Werewolves on motorcycles, in suburbs, locked in the basement; family curses, aquired diseases, accidental side-effects—Running with the Pack offers up 22 werewolf stories from a variety of modern urban fantasy authors. Those offerings are plentiful and brief, and werewolves are an engaging base premise, and so the collection is more consumable than most short story anthologies. However, few of the stories stand out: there's a number which are decent but forgettable, just as many which are disappointing, and only a handful I'd consider good--of which only two are must-reads. Too often the stories are written to theme, even if they weren't written for this collection; they rely on the fact of their werewolves, putting all their energy into basic world/monsterbuilding, and say little more than that: where werewolves are an analogy, it's cursory or blatant; in large part, there's nothing alive or wild in these beasts. Downum's "The Garden, The Moon, The Wall" is one exception--her story is dreamlike, liminal, and haunted. Palwick's "Gestella" is another, a brutal experiment in voice which turns werewolves into incisive social critique. "Blended," "The Direwolf," and "Inside Out" are also pretty good, and some of them are unique to this collection. But on the whole, Running with the Pack is uninspired. It can be an addictive mix, and offers an interesting (if not particularly promising) overview of modern urban fantasy authors, but that's about all. I can't recommend it.
3.0 out of 5 stars Running with the pack 11 Jun. 2011
By SL - Published on
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This was an ok read, Some of the stories better than others. All of the stories were short and
tales of wolves and werewolves. Some had happy endings, some not. There wasn't a lot of character build or ends wrapped up, but they were short stories and some good, some not.
I struggled to finish the book, after hitting a few poor ones....
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loves it 5 Jun. 2010
By Meta Eliot-Smith - Published on
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This volume represents the best werewolf anthology money can buy. If you only have two minutes, hit purchase. You won't regret it.
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