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Collective Ramblings Volume One

Collective Ramblings Volume One Twenty stories four genres See where these talented and varied authors take your imagination Travel to worlds with superheroes mystical time warped islands a world where criminals are tortured to

  • Title: Collective Ramblings Volume One
  • Author: John Langmaack
  • ISBN: 9780692653296
  • Page: 402
  • Format: ebook
  • Twenty stories, four genres See where these talented and varied authors take your imagination Travel to worlds with superheroes, mystical, time warped islands, a world where criminals are tortured to death, and a city plagued by mosquitoes.Collective Ramblings Volume One is the first in an annual short story compilation by Rambunctious Ramblings Publishing Inc.

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    1. Brilliant, brilliant collection. This is the perfect book to buy and read if, like me, you enjoy a variety of genres, all top of their game.This collection is put together very well. It is easy to see that each of the stories has been Cadillac selected, ss each is ell above the standards of a good read. The fact that they are some of the best, in their given genre, makes the ease of use, of them being collated into one book, even more exciting and enjoyable. I felt that the collection was put to [...]

    2. This review is featured on my blog: Writerly Bookish StuffI have yet to find an anthology of works where every story appeals to me in some way, however, there were more intriguing stories in this collection than in similar works I have read. Most of the stories were well written and had unique narratives.There are only four genres covered in this book, which I prefer to an array, and jumping from one story to the next, or one genre to the next, didn’t feel jarring. That being said, a lot of th [...]

    3. ***Disclaimer: I received a free copy in exchange for a review.***What's Good: As advertised, it's a diverse collection of shorts split into four categories. Some of which I found pretty interesting and kept me turning pages, ready to find out what was happening. Never gonna complain about that. What's Bad: too many of the stories are truncated, finishing without a true resolution or finale. Don't understand what the reason for this is and left me a feeling kinda flat.What's Left: a nifty showca [...]

    4. I’m a fan of short stories and anthologies so I was excited to read this collection.I’ll give you a few samples.The first story, The Era of Super Weapons, was fun and packed with action. The super weapons were humans with extra powers, some an interesting combination of animal and human.One such weapon, while on a mission, bumps into other super weapons, and that saying “The enemy of my enemy is my friend,” couldn’t be more true when they come up against a deadly foe.This was fun. My i [...]

    5. Eclectic group of authors and their short-storiesI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.As it often the case with collections and anthologies, not all stories will have the same level of quality and polish nor will appeal equally to the readers. It’s not different with this one except the number of stories I disliked was exactly ZERO. I liked some less than I enjoyed others but that was about it. Being a writer of mainly short-stories myself, I was looking forward to r [...]

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