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Ravens in the Library anthology

I'm not done with it yet. I'm savoring each story as I get a chance to read something I -want- to read. This is an absolutely fabulous anthology. I have loved every story so far but two have stood out. Both of them made me cry (in a good way) for different reasons:

King of Crows by Midori Synder and Pipsqueak by Angel Leigh McCoy.

Seriously, if you have not bought and read Ravens in the Library, you are missing out. I have only nine stories left to go and I'm hoarding them like my favorite pieces of candy.



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Apr. 17th, 2009 01:07 am (UTC)
I've got Ravens at home and haven't yet gotten to it, though I'm looking forward to it after I dig through the to-read pile more.

If you're enjoying this book, I suspect you'd really love this one:

It's another one of the books that made it into my collection because it had work by Charles de Lint, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Neil Gaiman in it.
Apr. 18th, 2009 08:34 pm (UTC)
I totally bought a copy of this. Thanks.
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