Otherworld Nights: and Anthology by Kelley Armstrong
Otherworld Stories III
October 28,2014 – Plume
368 pages – Adult, fiction, fantasy, supernatural, paranormal, urban fantasy, short stories
Source: Penguin First Reads
I was given a digital copy of this book, free, in exchange for my honest opinion.
To read what this book is about, check out the Goodreads summary here.
At this point in my reading relationship with Armstrong I am not going to comment on her writing skills. her words are like magic, transporting you into whatever world she’s created and daring you not to enjoy it. Whenever that magic stops for me I’ll stop picking up her books. Until then I will enjoy every last book that she puts out.
As for this anthology and the short stories that it contains, they are amazing and awesome. All of them. My favorite characters have always been Clay and Elena, but I truly enjoyed getting to know the other characters a bit more. There’s really no point in discussing each story individually since I enjoyed them all and I can’t pick a favorite.
I will say that I am not sure if any of the stories give anything away, but if you haven’t checked out Kelley Armstong’s other works and want a taste, any of her anthologies are worth checking out.
5 stars *****