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Moondust by Stephanie Payne

By Believing, One Sees.

For as long as anyone can remember, there have been stories. Stories of fairies and dragons and witches and magic. For thousands of years they were given the respect and awe they deserved, until recently. With fairies pictured as harmless little sprites who sleep in lanterns, mythical creatures nothing more than lies told to children to keep them in their . . .

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Becoming by Arielle Harris

I’m not supposed to tell anyone this, but my parents are vampires. You don’t have to believe me, but they’re the real deal alright, killing humans and drinking their blood to survive. That’s what you have to do when you’re a vampire, it’s either kill or die yourself. Just like my eight siblings before me, I’m training to become a . . .

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Korber’s Reflections by d. fay

The journal of korber ap grumbly, a greater apprentice in the crafting of Eoc’s Blood. His wife is dead, his best friend is dead (they are both melded with him in his mind), and he is being hunted by the society of the elite and his own kind—the terreni. . . .

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The Plot to End All Plots by Craig Borysowich & Kevin Amery

Follow a tour-de-force satire that contains a cast of thousands in this modern day portrayal of a world gone slightly mad when the physics of time and space start to come apart.

Enter the modern day world as it suffers from a few physics glitches in time and space that are starting to spiral out of control and threaten to collapse the universe. Even the authors themselves get caught up with the characters in a mayhem of satire and the forces of Good, Evil and the somewhat neutral but no quite fence . . .

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Good writing for sleepy stories.

By Donna Sirianni, editor

Jan 2, 2009: That’s not to say sleepy stories are bad but this work is far from action-packed. The execution of the story as a whole is made in through four different stories interwoven around this one little town that aren’t necessarily sequels to one another, but lightly interlaced together to form a believable connection. While the tales aren’t fantastical or guns-blowing with action, the voice and the plot is intriguing enough to keep reading.

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Plenty of Positives

By Tim Sevenhuysen, author of Special People

Dec 9, 2011: Though I haven’t read Above Ground, which this story is apparently related to, I found Theater of Horrors interesting to work through. There was definitely some CYOA nostalgia involved!

There were plenty of hints at a bigger story going on in the background, and a lot of world-building that I was only seeing bits and pieces of. I can only assume that I’d find these moments more specifically interesting if I had read more from AM Harte’s other Above Ground work.

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