Read Heroes & Villains (Writers Anarchy III) by Ariel Hudnall R.W. Ware G.T. Lines J. Rose Alexander Hemanth Gorur Roy C. Booth R. Thomas Riley Pamela Murray Online

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We all wear masks.Fiction Writers Group strikes again with Writers’ Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains, an action-packed anthology of truly epic proportions. What makes a hero? What makes a villain? Can good and evil really be separated so easily?Travel from the distant past of epic poems to the high-tech futures of tomorrow as our contributors consider these questions, asWe all wear masks.Fiction Writers Group strikes again with Writers’ Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains, an action-packed anthology of truly epic proportions. What makes a hero? What makes a villain? Can good and evil really be separated so easily?Travel from the distant past of epic poems to the high-tech futures of tomorrow as our contributors consider these questions, as well as external influences that mold and shape us into the heroes, or villains, that we become.Writers’ Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains isn’t all about the latex, though the collection boasts stories like “The Rise and Fall of Red Brick and Humble Pie”, “The Truth About Tony”, “Hero Hazha”, “Birth of a Villain”, “Let Sirius into Fire Melt”, and “The Matchmaker”, and “D.N.A.” for those seeking all things “super”.Fall in with kidnappers, werewolves, ancient warriors, Egyptian gods, tooth fairies, and thieves. Animals and humans alike grace the pages of this wildly diverse anthology that blurs the line between right and wrong.Which mask fits you?...

Title : Heroes & Villains (Writers Anarchy III)
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ISBN : 9780692230480
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 315 Pages
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Heroes & Villains (Writers Anarchy III) Reviews

  • Kerry
    2018-12-19 13:26

    Reading an anthology is always a bit of an adventure. You never know what the next story will be, genre-wise, stylistically, or regarding content. In the past, I’ve enjoyed other Fiction Writer’s Group anthologies, so I gave this one a try. I enjoyed it. The stories are as varied as the authors, delving into fantasy, the supernatural, true life, and sci-fi. All of the pieces have merit, exploring heroes and villains, including an intense look at PTSD in Anthony Hulse’s “Quest for Pain,” an eccentric dive into a pool of growing in “Life Sucks” by Renee La Viness, and an interesting exploration personifying Past and Future in Angel Cox’s “Go Toward the Light.” A child’s love for her pet transforms her into a hero in TD Harvey’s sentimental story. Jada Ryker writes of the heroism of love in “As the Crow Flies,” and Gene Le Viness’ “Truth About Tony” was adorable. “Let Sirius Into Fire Melt” by Roy C. Booth and R. Thomas Riley put me in mind of “Unbreakable.” My favorites include the quirky “Matter of Extraction” by Lynn Mahoney, “Everyday Heroes” by Don Miskel (who wrote an adorable bio as well) and Pam Murray, and “Alastair” by Debbie Manber Kupfer. This book of short stories might be best defined by this quote from “Red Brick and Humble Pie:” “It’s not who you were, brother. It’s who you have become that matters.”

  • Debbie
    2018-12-29 14:48

  • Ariel Hudnall
    2018-12-25 13:40

  • H.M.C. H.M.C.
    2019-01-06 17:50

  • Anthony Hulse
    2018-12-26 14:49

  • Renee' Viness
    2019-01-11 12:55

  • Casey Fry
    2019-01-01 12:34