Ride the Moon

Ride the Moon For thousands of years the Moon has inspired stories and legends about heroic animals violent deities and criminal humans In modern times those tales have been overshadowed by vampires and werewol

  • Title: Ride the Moon
  • Author: M.L.D. Curelas Krista D. Ball Amy Laurens Billie Milholland Tony Noland Jay Raven A. Merc Rustad Rebecca M. Senese
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: ebook
  • For thousands of years, the Moon has inspired stories and legends about heroic animals, violent deities, and criminal humans In modern times, those tales have been overshadowed by vampires and werewolves It s time for the Moon and her denizens to take back the night Follow us down a twisting path of fantasy and science fiction and rediscover the magic of the Moon FromFor thousands of years, the Moon has inspired stories and legends about heroic animals, violent deities, and criminal humans In modern times, those tales have been overshadowed by vampires and werewolves It s time for the Moon and her denizens to take back the night Follow us down a twisting path of fantasy and science fiction and rediscover the magic of the Moon From Mermaids that collect souls to lunar colonies on the brink of disaster, inside these pages you will find out which lunar gods still walk among us and what new breed of monster should keep you fearful of the night Ride the Moon contains 19 speculative fiction tales that showcase the breadth of writing styles from around the globe.

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    • M.L.D. Curelas Krista D. Ball Amy Laurens Billie Milholland Tony Noland Jay Raven A. Merc Rustad Rebecca M. Senese

      M.L.D. Curelas Krista D. Ball Amy Laurens Billie Milholland Tony Noland Jay Raven A. Merc Rustad Rebecca M. Senese Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Ride the Moon book, this is one of the most wanted M.L.D. Curelas Krista D. Ball Amy Laurens Billie Milholland Tony Noland Jay Raven A. Merc Rustad Rebecca M. Senese author readers around the world.

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    • Although not all stories worked equally well for me, there is plenty to enjoy in this anthology. Variety is the word here, I think there something for is everybody. The e-book version I've read is professionally edited and apart from a few mistakes in the page numbers it was remarkably clean as e-books go. It is always nice to see a publisher take care with the e-book edition of their books. If this is the standard Tyche Books means to keep itself to, I think we'll see some very interesting publ [...]


    • When I think about the anthologies I have read, I tend to break them out into three different types: exploring a particular style (e.g. Supernatural Noir ed. Ellen Datlow, reviewed here), showcasing a particular sub-genre (e.g. Steampunk ed. Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer), or plumbing the depths of a specific theme (e.g. Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy ed. Ekaterina Sedia). Through painstaking editorial curation, anthologists consolidate different voices and stories into a meani [...]


    • The topic, stories about the moon, has lead to a fun collection of wide ranging stories. My favourite of the shorts in here is probably Moon Dream, a touching portrayal of a dream that I myself have, and hope to work for, but never with the commitment that the protagonist has. Rebecca Senese's powerful ending brought tears to my eyes.I also rather liked Kevin Cockle's short "The Dowser", living in Calgary myself, this wry take on my town and the way our industry runs is darkly amusing. In re-rea [...]


    • Juliet Taylor, the narrator of Julian Gough's Juno and Juliet, delineates the vices of both Victorian and modern writing. The Victorians, per Taylor, are overly given to sentiment, while the moderns are too fond of irony. Ride the Moon has a nice mixture of both the sentimental and the ironic.M. L. D. Curelas's freshman book has an astonishing breadth of style and subject matter. In its pages one may find changelings- albeit very definitely non-traditional changelings, a Lovecraftian horror or t [...]


    • The authors contributing on this anthology provide quite a varied interpretation of the theme of the moon. A few stories that stood out for me were "Husks", "With the Sun and the Moon in his Eyes", "On the Labrador Shore, She Waits" and "Moon Dream". Most of the stories are more on the dark side, going from melancholic to frightening without resorting to the usual suspects of moon related creatures. I'm still undecided about "The Dowser"


    • A great read! Each story has its own perception of the moon. For some, it's simply where the action happens and for others it causes the action or perhaps it is the action itself. The stories have different tones and you go from one to the next never knowing where the roller coaster is going to take you.But don't take my word for it


    • My favourite in this eclectic collection of moon stories is Aloha Moon, which features a mysterious dragon character who wears glasses.


    • This collection of short stories was an eclectic mix of happy and sad. The moon was featured in several different ways, more than just the average outerspace feature or mythical goddess.I enjoyed most of the stories in this collection. My favourites were:- Small Seven’s Secret by Billie Milholland – This would make an intriguing full length story. It was centered around the message “don’t judge a book by its cover”.- Cherry Blossoms by Amy Laurens – This was a sad story about waiting [...]










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