Author C.V. Hunt, who has written ENDLESSLY, LEGACY, PHANTOM, DANSE MACABRE, HAND RAMBLINGS, and HOW TO KILL YOURSELF, reviews FORTUNE: LOST AND FOUND which includes my short story, “The Plagiarist’s Wireless.”

There’s always this difficult task when it comes to reviewing an anthology. Specifically, one that doesn’t belong to a single author, but to plethora of authors scattered across different – but relevant – genres. I always find a couple I really enjoy and wish they were full length novels. Some of them I feel didn’t have the correct length the author needed to tell the story. Then there are others I might not have read under other circumstances.

The reading list within FORTUNE is the following:

  • “A Friend in Paga” by Brent Michael Kelley
  • “The Bottom Line” by Kurt Fawver
  • “The Plagiarist’s Wireless” by Christian A. Larsen
  • “Down the Pan” by Phil Hickes
  • “Trabajando Alegre” by Wednesday Lee Friday
  • “Things They Took from Luke” by Garrett Cook
  • “The Rules” by Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi
  • “The Second Vault” by Andrew G. Dombalagian
  • “Best Laid Plans” by Lydia Ondrusek and John Jasper Owens
  • “Hungry” by Eric J. Guignard
  • “Twisted Words” by Andrew M. Stockton
  • “Storbeck’s Gold” by Cory J. Herndon

The best way to rate this collection is with a 4 star review. There were three stories that stood out to me as being my favorites…

Read the rest of the review here.

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