For any homeowner who’s ever wondered, “What’s that creaking sound?” or fans of how-to television who’d like a little unreality mixed in with their reality shows, these 14 authors have constructed stories guaranteed to shake your foundations and rattle your pipes. With 14 frightening and funny fixer-upper tales, Home Improvement: Undead Edition takes listeners behind closed doors for a fresh perspective on why there really is no place like home....
Includes a never-before-published Sookie Stackhouse story!
©2011 Charlaine Harris, Toni L.P. Kelner (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
It is not easy to write about a multi-authored book. Not all stories is equally good. The mix and compiling is very nice. The reason I like to read these books is that it opens my eyes to new writers (new to me) and will help expand the group of authors I choose to read from. For that this book is excellent. I found 2 new authors with the reading of this book. As for reading from those I already know and like it is just icing on the cake.
I love to read and I read for fun. Escape and imagination are great reasons to love a book.
I occasionally buy short stories to scope out new authors. but this book and the series it is a part of are addicting. There are one or two that I liked but did not love, but the stories are all good stories and with one or two exceptions really well read.
I bought this one, not because I wanted to find a new author but because of the first set of short stories from these editors. I just bought all the rest I could find and now am waiting for the next set to be released.
Highly recommended - I told others who like this type of stories
Each story was different and could be listened to and finished on the way to work and back
did not like it at all. thought it was really boring and had really nothing to do with the Sookie stackhouse books except for the one story. Overall I hated it.
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