Friday, November 30, 2012

Another review of Low Noon

There's a new review of Low Noon out. This is shortened hence the . . . that indicate a gap. Why do they do that? Well, Fair Use of Copyright laws allow you to quote brief passages of things like reviews, such as the few sentences here. If I reprinted the entire review somebody could make a fderal csse out of it and that could be a bad thing. So, read the magazine if you want the entire review.

A collection of twelve stories, all of which use the Old West as the backdrop to tell their tales. As you can imagine these stories are filled with murder, mayhem, other worldly vengeance, Native American mysticism and even the old horror stalwart–vampires make an appearance... Low Noon is an enjoyable read. I like mixing the westerns and light horror. All contributions to this collection should be proud. This is the third collection of stories released by Science Fiction Trails, and I look forward to seeing what they come up with next.

- Shawn Oetzel
Tales of The Talisman vol viii no 2

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