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Title: The Best of Cemetery Dance Volume Two
Verdict: 4/5
Challenge: Back to school challenge, fifty books in sixty-two days

From the World Fantasy Award-winning pages of Cemetery Dance – “the best horror magazine in the horror field” – comes The Best of Cemetery Dance. This outstanding collection showcases the best short fiction and interviews from the magazine’s first 25 issues, featuring the greatest names ever to bring nightmares to life…

I quite liked this one. It was a mixed bag, like pretty much all anthologies, but there was more good than bad in it. There were just too many stories to really talk about the book in general, so I’ll just say that I’d recommend this to anyone who likes horror and short fiction. There’s a very nice range.

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