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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: avon
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0739467182
  • ISBN-13: 978-0739467183
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.7 x 3.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,641,864 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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If you're a fan of vampire, werewolf and other such paranormal fiction, you do not want to miss this anthology! All four are masters in their genres and none fail to entertain the reader. If you've never read any of the authors, prepare to suspend your belief system (that means let loose, fellow readers--it makes for much more fun reading) and hang on for a great thrill of a reading ride.

"Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil" by Kim Harrison--A very exciting story as it is a prequel to Harrison's Rachel Morgan series (Dead Witch Walking). This one is told from Ivy's point of view. She's trying to climb the corporate ladder in her office, but must do so on her boss's terms. Art is a "dead" vampire, as opposed to Ivy, who is a living one with the vampire virus. He wants Ivy to feed off of. When she discover's Art is covering up a serious crime, she takes measures to put a stop to his interference in her job.--Loved this one as we get a more intimate view of Ivy's character, one I didn't fully understand, or like, till reading this short. If you're a fan of Harrison's books, pick this one up and enjoy. You'll be sorry you missed it otherwise. Five stars.

"The Claire Switch Project" by Lynsay Sands--Claire Beckett and Kyle Lockhart are scientists experimenting with and perfecting a molecular destabilizer. A rogue employee, impatient to test the device on humans, tricks Claire and zaps her with the device's beam. Concerned, Kyle takes her home with him to watch for any harmful effects. What neither knows is that teach of them has cared for one another for quite some time. Claire sees an opportunity to get close to Kevin, and Kevin wants the same.
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I brought the book primarily because it featured a short story by Kelley Armstrong featuring a character we know from the series. It was fantastic and i wish it could have had the whole book.

I didn't really like any of the other stories, i especially thought the Clare Switch Project to be pretty hard to read, finding its story particulary silly. I understand that this character is not featured in the authors other books but i think this has definately put me off picking up her books.

The other stories were ok but i felt the first story especially you needed to have read the authors books to understand all the little details as it got quite confusing trying to understand who the main character was and why she did the things she did.

If you like kelley armstrong, or you'd like to read a short story to get into her world i'd recommend this book.
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This book,is really for all vampire, werewolves and demon loving fans. However, its not a invigorating read. The best short story in this collection, was by KellEy Armstrong,"Chaotic". In which a half demon is employed to track down deviant supernaturals, only to have the tables turned, when she bumps into a rather lush werewolf.Very well written.

"Undead in the Garden of good and evil" Kim Harrison is about a vampire living with the virus, and a dead vampire of a boss who covers up a serious crime. The characters are interesting and dynamic, an excellent prequel to the Rachel Morgan series!

"The Clair Swich Project" is about a molecular destabilisation, when is effects Clair, she and her side kick Kyle have an interesting reunion.....not good but, funny in parts!

"Dead Man Dating", is by far the worst one in the book..it is for all your paranormal fans, but leaves the reader, how can one say..disappointed.

Overall, its an interesting read....for all that love romantic chaotic dates! (Holiday read only!)
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Her books are something to shout about. They are a real treat to read, everything connected, and interactive. Just hoping there will be a lot more.I've read 25 so far, and there are still more to read.
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i love this book of short stories by some of my favorite authors.kelly armstrong, lori handeland, kim harrison and lynsay sands"
Fans of urban fantasy and romance

I started this one and put it down almost two years ago. I was distinctly disturbed by Ivy's backstory (from the Rachel Morgan books by Kim Harrison), featured in Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil. It was not at all what I'd call a romance. Her relationships with the men in this story were dark, tangled, and unsettling. It's good to have some perspective on Ivy, but I'm afraid I don't have a good opinion of her character right now. Maybe that was the point, and we will see her evolve as ...more I started this one and put it down almost two years ago. I was distinctly disturbed by Ivy's backstory (from the Rachel Morgan books by Kim Harrison), featured in Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil. It was not at all what I'd call a romance. Her relationships with the men in this story were dark, tangled, and unsettling. It's good to have some perspective on Ivy, but I'm afraid I don't have a good opinion of her character right now. Maybe that was the point, and we will see her evolve as she spends more time around the more innocent and sweeter Rachel. This was a beautifully written, but dark, dark story. Kim Harrison is one heck of a writer and she pulls you into the stories that she spins. I'm not into dark and sexual so much, and this story has that edge to it, hence I was a bit turned off. I did love the banshee part. Very cool! Four stars for the quality of the story, even though this one disturbed me.

Attempt #2 Went much better as I finished the Lynsay Sands story. I actually enjoyed The Claire Switch Project, and I didn't expect to like it.
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