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#1 2011-12-27 09:08:53

ylvs
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A Stark and Wormy Knight

his is Tad's latest collection of short stories. You get it as ebook in the kindle store for 5$.

I just finished the first story and liked it A LOT!

Proper review will follow ...


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#2 2011-12-27 14:57:10

Olaf
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Re: A Stark and Wormy Knight

I read some of the stories in this collection when they came out in their respective anthologies, and I think that this has some of Tad`s finest work to date and demonstrates that he has a much wider range than people give him credit for.

May favourites are "And Ministers of Grace"  and "The Tenth Muse".


I also bought the collection for my kindle, so I can read all the stories in one place:-)


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