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The Mirador Fantasmagoria by [Morris, Michael, Jubert, Tom, Jones, Jeff, Rowland, Claire, Hynes, Annabel, Berlin, Mike, Dipple, T J, Kirkby, Emma, Melville, Emma, Many Others, And]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 761 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Mirador Publishing (18 Jan. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004JXVW4W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #647,341 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A wonderfully eclectic combination of short stories that want to make you read more by the authors featured. So many good tales and something for everyone. Delighted to see Wilkie Martin in there. I recently discovered Wilkie on YouTube, where his style and delivery was a delight to watch, `No Bed of Roses' is another good example of his work and talent!
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What a find. I loved this, a great collection of weird and fantastic stories. Apparently these are all unpublished writers somebody ought to pick some of these guys up. There really is a lot of talent here. One of the stories, forget which one now, made me weep and another I was laughing out loud. I think my husband thought I'd gone mad!
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A fantastically imaginative book full of the most gripping short stories I've ever read! There was not one tale that didn't capture me and it's hard to believe they are all written by unpublished authors. Each one is written with such style and flair, from the mystical and uplifting to the downright creepy. One of my many favourites was 'Edward' by Claire Rowland which was truly inspirational and haunted me long after I'd finished reading. 'Fatal' by Emma Kirkby was another that left me absolutely chilled to the bone. But really there is something here for everyone. I'm not usually a fan of short stories but I literally couldn't put this down and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys getting lost in another world...
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This collection of short stories from new writers contains some real gems and some beautiful writing. Publication in this edition was the prize for winning a competition. There are 28 contributors with very different stories covering fantasy and horror, and involving a good deal of stormy weather. With such a varied collection there are some stories I enjoyed more than others and some stand out as far better written.

My favourites are (in the order they are in the book):

Edward by Claire Rowland
A Dream Adventure by Mike Berlin
The Foundling by Mark Knight
Main Street by Niki Aguirre
The Omega Challenge by Graham Sykes
No Bed of Roses by Wilkie Martin
You Never Know by Richard Adamski
The Impenetrable Thoughts Of William's New Brain by Luuk Imhann
Dragon Slayer by Barrie Gray
The Last Dreadnought by Drue Fairlie

Mirador, the publisher has included a couple that are less accomplished than these, probably as encouragement to other writers who may think they could do better and then enter their next competition. Some consistency of editing across the whole would have been nice as some stories have oddities in punctuation. One story made me laugh, although unfortunately due to spelling mistakes, and one author had used a thesaurus with confusion.

I really enjoyed this collection, and thought the majority were excellent and unique stories.

Congratulations to all those in this book, and good luck with your writing careers.
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This book was a joy to read. A few of the short stories were not to my taste but I enjoyed the variety. Some very skilled writing.
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