I enjoyed the diversity of these stories because the variety helped keep the interest going throughout the pages. I really enjoy Mia Brown's work, so I flipped to her story first and was't disappointed, but when reading through the rest of the book, I was impressed most by Jon Penfold, a writer I had never heard of before. His tale, "Dream Machine," was extremely well written, fast-paced and original. I am also a fan of the editors, Adam and Sam, who never fail to add an interesting story of their own into their anthologies. Overall, it was a fun read.
I absolutely loved it! Each story was unique and wonderfully written. My favorites were "Sleepless" by J.A. Scarrott, "The Hunters" by Sam M. Phillips, and "A Plague Strikes Taylorville" by Alan Zacher. Every story in the anthology is an amazing read.
All of the stories were great, Look forward to reading more by these authors. I enjoyed Booty Call, and interesting perspective, got a laugh out of it. The authors used there imagination..good summer read.