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Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt

Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

An odd assortment of "tales of the weird". One could call them horror stories but they cross many genres. I found the collection a decent enough read but less than stellar. Most tables seemed to just miss the mark, needing a final touch to make them more satisfying reading.

Introduction by Simon Strantzas

1. Beside Me Singing in the Wilderness (2014) - A 130yo woman comes back to the shack she lived in for a while as a child. Her twin sister has died and she is returning to the "bloodfall" to return her and Sissa's tainted blood back to where it came from. A brief history of the two and the main character's thoughts reveal they are blood-hungry creatures but just what kind is never made clear. Well-written and looking forward to the next story. (3/5)

2. Onanon (2014) - Vague. missing something to make me be interested or care. Bee people? Why? (1/5)

3. Greener Pastures (2015) - This one has more of …

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