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Unnatural Disasters by [Nicholson, Scott, Pyle, Daniel, Meikle, William, Duperre, Robert J., Bourdon, Danielle, Gouveia, Keith, Titus, J. A., Francisco, Ruth, Reed, Robin M.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 477 KB
  • Print Length: 168 pages
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  • Publisher: Blood Brothers Publishing (31 Oct. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0061BT9FO
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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This collection of short stories by various writers is a refreshing burst of quick reads. Some of the writers were new to me but all the stories were of a very high quality. The end of the world never seemed so exciting! Full marks for the imagination of the various writers who all managed to create chilling worlds, each one unique and interesting. If you fancy a change from zombies and vampires then give this collection a try.
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This is one of my favourite horror short story collections. The stories within are wonderfully descriptive and you cannot help yourself from becoming immersed.

From men resorting to desperate measures during a snow storm in order to fend off starvation to a normal day looking after her children turning into a fight for survival for one brave woman.
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This is one of the best short story collections that I have read in a while. I can honestly say I enjoyed each and every one. Dinosaurs, asteroids, man eating animals, never ending snow storms plus many others. Very well written and original. Loved every single page of it.
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very good book, would recommend buyer to freinds
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Decent and Original Anthology 22 Feb. 2013
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Being a fan of 'monster' and 'creature' fiction, I had to check this tome out. Overall it was pretty good, although I confess I was expecting more along the lines of 'Godzilla-type giant monster attack' kind of stories. To be sure, most of the nine stories do involve monsters, although a few are head scratchers as to what their connection is to the main event (i.e. disasters). Then again, sometimes the worst monsters are ourselves...

I'd have to say 'The Meek' by Scott Nicholson (about undead livestock) and 'Narobrian Afternoon' by Robin Morris (involving time-travel) were my favorites. '39 Days' by Robert J Dupree (couple surviving asteroid impact) and 'Rickman's Plasma' by William Meikle (experiment gone awry) were also good. 'Sourdough' by Ruth Francisco had a very original monster, a baker's nightmare!

The only disappointing tale was 'Wild Release' by Keith Gouveia, (forest fire and sasquatch), which had an awkward, clumsy 'twist' ending. Otherwise, all the stories are quite readable. 'Twist' by Daniel Pyle involving tornados and mystifying creatures, tugged at my heartstrings.

Overall I recommend it, and at 162 pages is a good book for a fairly quick read at the cabin.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A fun break from reality 17 Feb. 2013
By Ionia Froment - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are a fan of the horror genre then this collection will be perfect. What I liked most about this book, is it gave me a chance to more or less have an author buffet to choose from. I was able to sample a little of each writing style and now I have a better grasp of which authors would appeal to my reading preferences. The stories are fun and some of them are actually pretty frightening. I would recommend this collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars °*°awesome read°*° 9 Oct. 2012
By butterflydeath - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is for the weird person in all of us..I got the book cuz it was free so I decided what the heck I'll give it a try and I was NOT disappointed at all..I would have pd for this book and will buy anymore like this from him..this book is excellent..and his book mountain madness is just as good..the 2nd story in the mountain madness is just like unnatural disasters..very very excellent writing by the author Daniel Pyle..I will for sure be looking for more of his books..BUT u must remember this is not ur average book {ie no romance no luv no junk like that} its for that weird person in all of us..its an awesome book and I DEFINITELY advise people to read this book..if nothing else escape real life for awhile and go to the other side for awhile..hope u read and enjoy the book like I did..
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4.0 out of 5 stars Some great scifi shorts 20 Dec. 2012
By patiscynical - Published on Amazon.com
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Thought provoking, insightful, scary, and even humorous. I recommend this to anyone who misses SciFi Mag's like "Amazing", or the anthologies of the '60's and '70s. I particularly enjoyed the last story, which had a fabulous ending line. You won't regret purchasing this book. The stories will stay with you. I am not usually impressed by stories from current authors, as I grew up reading Zelazny, Harlon Ellison, Heinlein, etc, but this book was a pleasant surprise. I believe at least one story is destined to become a classic, which is not something I say lightly. Go for it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unnatural disasters. 7 Feb. 2015
By Lisa - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a really good collection of stories. It covered a huge range of strange! There wasn't a single story to hate on, and most of them I would read again. Yep, I'd recommend this book and authors.
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