Today’s hottest urban fantasy authors come together in this delicious brew that crackles and boils over with tales of powerful witches and dark magic!
In Charlaine Harris’ “Bacon,” a beautiful vampire joins forces with a witch from an ancient line to find out who killed her beloved husband. In “Seeing Eye” by Patricia Briggs, a blind witch helps sexy werewolf Tom Franklin find his missing brother—and helps him in more ways than either of them ever suspected. And in Jim Butcher’s “Last Call,” wizard Harry Dresden takes on the darkest of dark powers—the ones who dare to mess with this favorite beer.
For anyone who’s ever wondered what lies beyond the limits of reality, who’s imagined the secret spaces where witches wield fearsome magic, come and drink deep. Let yourself fall under the spell of this bewitching collection of short stories!
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The best include Patricia Briggs’s wistful “Seeing Eye,” wherein blind witch Wendy Moira Keller helps werewolf Tom Franklin search for his missing brother, and Jim Butcher’s funny “Last Call,” which finds wizard Harry Dresden hot on the tail of Meditrina Bassarid, a wicked wine-loving maenad who ...May 18 2009 | Read Full Review of Strange Brew
The main story is about a witch Molly who is called upon to stop a nest of vampires from killing any more families.| Read Full Review of Strange Brew
Initially Dahlia is a hard character to like but the story effectively twists readers’ perceptions to a complete turn around from where the story started.May 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Strange Brew
My favorite stories were “Seeing Eye,” which was the most emotionally engaging, and “Last Call,” which was the funniest, with an honorable mention to “Bacon,” which set a deliciously nasty mood by playing on some of the older, more sinister views of witches.Jul 11 2009 | Read Full Review of Strange Brew
The first five stories are by authors (Patricia Briggs, Charlaine Harris, Jim Butcher, Rachel Caine and Karen Chance) who have established that they can craft a good story, and for the most part these stories are set in the worlds of their most famous creations.Sep 14 2009 | Read Full Review of Strange Brew
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