"Bringing the Family": The family is moving - coffins and all.
"Hunter's Moon": Clinton Tucker has a disturbing past, and the present isn't looking much better.
"Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall": A mirror reflects the events of another era.
"A Glimpse of the Ankou": A dark man standing by an ox-cart may offer hope for the dying.
"Loco-Motive": A train from Hell has returned for one last run.
"Drilling Deep": When a well goes bad, you drill a new one. But what if you drill too deep?
©1992 Kevin J. Anderson; (P)2009 Trident Media Group
Hunter's Moon is a short book so my review will be just as short. Most of the storys were really well written, the mood well set, everything well laid out. Problem is that at the end of all but one or two, I kept waiting for an end! I was frequently surprised when just as I am totally into the story, Ashton would announce the following story! I kept feeling like my elbow was falling off of my arm chair (you probably have all felt that at least once in your life, right)!
Ashton Smith was perfectly cast to do the vocals for this book. His roughly, gravelly voice lent a perfect compliment to the all too short stories and I would like to listen to his narration in future stories.
Thank you for reading my review, I hope it helps.
Kindest Regards, m
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