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Not Have A Favoritehave a favorite is a bit weird for me because after listening to 26 short stories you d think I would ve have one or five Yet I didn t because they were all so freaking good Some really creeped me out and others kind of felt like child s play In the end definitely happy that I dove into it and can t wait to dive into short stories written by these authors I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for
an honest reviewI also won this in a Goodreads giveaway so thanks tohonest reviewI also won this in a Goodreads giveaway so thanks to for this385I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it I just didn t expect to 1 get approved through Netgalley and 2 win a Goodreads giveaway I haven t won a giveaway on there since 2017 Been agesOverall I was very impressed by this collection I m not a huge short story person but I love Poe He s a very good author even if I don t enjoy every story of his What I loved about this collection across the stories were the diversity in them and the niue twists that they took I won t lie I m a pretty big purist with retellings I like them to be like the originals than not So in with retellings I like them to be like the originals than not So in I m so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world and thank you to everyone who s looking forward to it It is of course on the horror side so CWs below in the spoiler tags but h assume a lot of deathmurderrevenge I m not gonna put those tags in because it s basically every story Please Ders or discovered for the first time readers will revel in Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tales and how they’ve been brought to life in 13 niue and nforgettable waysContributors include Kendare Blake reimagining “Metzengerstein” Rin Chupeco “The Murders in the Rue Morge” Lamar Giles “The Oval Portrait” Tessa Gratto. I am so excited to be part of this anthology And hopefully I will resist the rge to make Poe themed puns Reviewed in my October Wrap Up with timestamps for titles in the description barhttpsyoutuberk2PIboA0ek Image TK Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest reviewDNF well that got old fast reasons why i will definitely love this book1 horror2 edgar allen poe3 a fully casted audiobook WHAT Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram hope someone retells the Cask Of Amontillado And of Amontillado and back the meme Oh my god EAP retellings Do you guys "Even Know How Much I Love Edgar Allan Poe Screaming "know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe screaming These stories were a lot of fun to listen to Creepy but satisfyingKind of wish I listened to His Hideous Heart back in October but eh details Why not start off November with a horror bang right In this book you will hear 13 different short stories about Edgar Allen Poe s classic talesLuckily for me I haven t really listened to or read any of this work Unless it was for school which has been a while for me So it was really interesting to get these Henry Fuckits Nursing Notes uniue stories a try Then on top of that we also get to hear the originals as well Still creepy but I definitely like the first ones instead Maybe it s because I spent countless hours listening to them that the originals were just meh to meLike my soul was already too dark that they seemed a bit fluffy Who knows but I still enjoy. Thirteen of YA’s most celebrated names reimagine Edgar Allan Poe’s most surprisingnsettling and popular tales for a new generationEdgar Allan Poe may be a hundred and fifty years beyond this world but the themes of his beloved works have much in common with modern young adult fiction Whether the stories are familiar to rea. .
Ote that these are intentional facets The Stories In Which They Appear YMMV stories in which they appear YMMV how you that but you aren t going to find these things checked on the page onlydealt with shall we say Animal death view spoilerShe Rode in on a Horse of Fire by Kendare Blake hide spoiler You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe but
then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted This is going to be the best anthology everI read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted This is going to be the best anthology ever a blessing Blog Instagram Twitter Tumblr Youtube Twitch Dark diverse feminist eerie memorable and twisted welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe It s a lot of fun in hereIn His Hideous Heart editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe s most famous tales reimagined for a 2019 audience I couldn t believe how nuanced and imaginative these retellings were and how eerily similar they felt to their original inspirations Having the original Poe tales in the back of the collection was such a good call I actually read each tale in tandem from new reimagining to old inspiration to compare and contrast each entryTo keep this review shorter than its original anthology here are my ick thoughts and ratings on each of the 13 talesShe Rode a Horse of Fire Metzengerstein by Kendare BlakeRating The perfect opener to this anthology this historically minded tale about a manor house experiencing the entrancement and death of its lord was. N “Annabel Lee” Tiffany D Jackson “The Cask of Amontillado” Stephanie Kuehn “The Tell Tale Heart” Emily Lloyd Jones “The Purloined Letter” Hillary Monahan “The Masue of the Red Death” Marieke Nijkamp “Hop Frog” Caleb Roehrig “The Pit and the Pendulum” and Fran Wilde “The Fall of the House of Usher?. ,