SLD is, as most short story collections are, uneven, but overall entertaining. Neil Gaiman's tale is delightful, as is Peter S Beagle's. A few of the others are simply formulaic romance set in not-this-world, but nothing objectionable.
Neil Gaiman--always a favorite.
I loved both print and audio. The advantage of audio for me is that I tend to read too quickly to catch every important detail, and audio gives me the opportunity to hear what I sped past on my way to the conclusion. I own both print and audio.
Still Live (Louise Penny's first)--both are excellent.
Correia writes with a flair for fun, a good sense of the ridiculous, and an understanding of the way a story should flow.
Fay--strong, spunky, capable, adventurous, brave.
This author needs a good editor. It starts with a decent premise, but devolves into formulaic romance novel stuff. The narrator tried as hard as she could, but the writing was clumsy and heavy-handed.
Use a larger, more creative vocabulary, and better interactions between characters.
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