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  1. says:

    Just reading this for the Seanan McGuire and Faith Hunter stories for now Next year I'll come back for the rest Best in Show by Seanan McGuireA little predictable other than that one extra twist I was a little confused when Thea's named changed to Fiona partway through 35 starsAnzu Duba Beast by Faith HunterI love Jane Yellowrock I love the world the mythology the characters the magic 5 stars


  2. says:

    “Anzu Duba Beast” by Faith Hunter 35 stars


  3. says:

    All I have to say is that not everything should be made into a were creature


  4. says:

    Werewolves rule the night in urban fantasy but everyone knows there are other were creatures out there just as dangerous and deadly if not as common each with their own issues as they struggle to fit into—or prey upon—society What about the were goats? The were crows and were wasps? Here are seventeen stories of urban fantasy by today’s leading science fiction and fantasy authors that introduce you to some of those other were creatures the ones hiding in the dark background shadows waiting to bite Join Seanan McGuire Ashley McConnell Susan Jett Eliora Smith David B Coe April Steenburgh Gini Koch Mike Barretta Elizabeth Kite Danielle Ackley McPhail Jean Marie Ward Katharine Kerr Sarah Brand Anneliese Belmond Faith Hunter Patricia Bray and Phyllis Ames as they take you into the hidden corners of our world to see some lesser known were creatures You may want to bring along some silver just in caseThis story were ok The ones I liked the most were Seanan McGuire's story The story I liked the least was Mike Barretta's There were several other that were cute and a few that were forgettable I did not read the Jane Yellowrock story as I am reading that series and not yet to that book I will come back and read it when I have gotten to it in the story line


  5. says:

    One of those rare amazing anthologies that I read every single story and enjoy them enough to reread a few of them


  6. says:

    Only read 1 story in this anthology Anzu Diba Beast by Faith Hunter I rate it 35 stars I'm not reading the anthology as a whole bc the only author I'm familiar with was the reason for the purchase


  7. says:

    Any anthology edited by Bray and Palmatier have become insta buys for me This is the third anthology from these two and again I was not disappointed The first two anthologies are The Modern Fae's Guide to Surviving Humanity sheep review and After Hours Tales from Ur Bar sheep review Trivia this was the very first review I did for I Smell Sheep Were was one I helped bring to life via the kick starter campaign Bray and Palmatier manage to recruit some of the top authors in urban fantasy and science fiction You really can't go wrong with any of these anthologiesBack to Were the stories range from 5 sheep to 3 12 sheep most on the high end of the scale And as the title suggests all the stories are about were creatures But not the ordinary kindthese are unusual weres crows possums wasps and some I won't mention because they are surprises All the stories are fun you can tell the authors had a good time playing with this theme and some do have slight dark edge to them but they all the werecreatures have happy endingsWere starts out with a bang with Best is Show by Seanan McGuire The story is a fun detective story with a were twist Beast from Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series is as cheeky as ever and David Coe writes about some naughty little bears Belmond's The Whale addresses the issue of mass differences between a person and their were form that I've always wondered about These are just a few of the great stories425 were Sheephttpwwwismellsheepcom201610bo


  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this collection As always some stories are better than others but overall enjoyable


  9. says:

    I'm giving it 4 stars; as with most anthologies some of the stories are 5s and some are 3s


  10. says:

    I got this for the Hunter and McGuire stories but was really enjoyed the others as well Overall a well written anthology and a fun read


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Were [PDF / EPUB] Were Werewolves rule the night in urban fantasy but everyone knows there are other were creatures out there just as dangerous and deadly if not as common each with their own issues as they struggle to fit Werewolves rule the night in urban fantasy but everyone knows there are other Were creatures out there just as dangerous and deadly if not as common each with their own issues as they struggle to fit into—or prey upon—society What about the Were goats The Were crows and Were wasps Here are seventeen stories of urban fantasy by today’s leading science fiction and fantasy authors that introduce you to some of those other Were creatures the ones hiding in the dark background shadows waiting to bite Join Seanan McGuire Ashley McConnell Susan Jett Eliora Smith David B Coe April Steenburgh Gini Koch Mike Barretta Elizabeth Kite Danielle Ackley McPhail Jean Marie Ward Katharine Kerr Sarah Brand Anneliese Belmond Faith Hunter Patricia Bray and Phyllis Ames as they take you into the hidden corners of our world to see some lesser known Were creatures You may want to bring along some silver just in caseIntroduction copyright © by Joshua Palmatier“Best In Show” copyright © by Seanan McGuire“We Dig” copyright © by Ashley McConnell“Eyes Like Pearls” copyright © by Susan Jett“Among the Grapevines Growing” copyright © by Eliora Smith“A Party For Bailey” copyright © by David B Coe“Cry Murder” copyright © by April Steenburgh“Missy the Were Pomeranian vs the Masters of Mediocre Doom” copyright © by Jeanne Cook Gini Koch“Paper Wasp” copyright © by Mike Barretta“Point Five” copyright © by Elizabeth Kite“The Promise of Death” copyright © by Danielle Ackley McPhail“The Five Bean Solution” copyright © by Jean Marie Ward“Witness Report” copyright © by Katharine Kerr“Attack of the Were Zombie Friendship With Benefits”copyright © by Sarah Brand“The Whale” copyright © by Anneliese Belmond“Anzu Duba Beast” copyright © by Faith Hunter“Shiftr” copyright © by Patricia Bray“Sniff For Your Life” copyright © by Phyllis Irene Radford.