Tales of the Otherworld

Tales of the Otherworld

Book - 2010
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"More of New YorkTimes bestselling author Kelley Armstong's most popular Otherworld characters get a chance to shine in this 2nd short fiction collection, following Men of Otherworld. With a similar format - a handful of reedited stories and one wholly original novella - Tales of the Otherworld gives readers glimpses into how Clay and Elena met, how Eve and Kristof first hooked up, and how Lucas and Paige got married."--Publisher.
Publisher: Toronto : Random House Canada, c2010.
ISBN: 9780307357564
Branch Call Number: ARMST
Characteristics: x, 387 p. ; 24 cm.

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Mahala
Jan 22, 2013

I loved this collection of short stories. It doesn't feel like a mishmashed, haphazard collection, hastily thrown together... rather, all of the stories in `Tales' offer new perspectives and insights into characters and side-stories. It sheds new light on the `Otherworld' universe.

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sweetpea222
Mar 15, 2011

Loved it! Never dissapointed by Kelley Armstrong and always looking forward to the next edition in the series.

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Jan 22, 2013

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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Mahala
Jan 22, 2013

Adored this book! This book was right up my alley as I love Kelley Armstrong, have really enjoyed all of her previous books, and am a big fan of short story collections. It's a win-win!

Several of my favorite characters make appearances, and it's nice to learn more of their history. Enjoyed all eight of the stories included (not sure why the blurb says there are seven), but my favorite two are Bewitched and Beginnings.

Bewitched gives us the story on how Eve Levine and Kristof Nast met and fell in love. It was nice to see a younger Eve who's not as confident and self-assured as we're used to, and the story gave a believable explanation for how these two total opposites came together.

Beginnings is similar to Bewitched in that we get the story of how two lovers met and fell in love, only this time it's Elena and Clay. I think that this is the longest story in the book, and it totally rocks! Elena and Clay are one of my favorite couples, and Kelley does a great job of walking us through their initial meeting and eventual courtship.

The book also includes stories featuring the vampires Aaron and Cassandra, werewolves Logan and Jeremy, Lucas Cortez and Paige Winterbourne, and Savannah Levine Nast. Not a single boring story in the whole bunch

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Jan 22, 2013

Other: PG

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