Twenty-four pieces of short fiction, inspired by pieces of digital photography taken with varying phone cameras. The subject matter covers everything from the undead and what they want from you to the latest in neural viruses and cleansing.
Would you consider the audio edition of Something Else: The Complete First Season to be better than the print version?
Yes. While the little photographs are missing, almost any book is superior when read by the author. And this particular author is a talented performer.
What about John A. Robinson’s performance did you like?
It was a performance, rather than just a straight reading. And again, he's good at this.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes, but it was the ending to a story, so I'm not going to spoil it.
Any additional comments?
This is a book of VERY short stories-- brief glimpses of a universe, or a person's life. Brilliant ideas, sketched out quickly and in remarkable detail. Some are fascinating. Some are amusing. Some are CREEPY. And many are a combination of both. But all are very well done.