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"Five Thrillers" is "a masterpiece of action"

Speaking of "Five Thrillers," Jason Sanford declared in a review that it is "a masterpiece of action, fast-paced narration, and insightful examination of the attributes which make humans so successful and potentially scary" and added that he’d be "extremely disappointed" if it didn’t end up on many of the major SF award ballots. He also called Maurizio Manzieri’s cover art "mind blowingly great."

So, obviously, for Mr. Sanford, "Five Thrillers" = love. What did you think of it?

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2 Responses to “"Five Thrillers" is "a masterpiece of action"”

  1. Mike Hill on March 20th, 2008

    A thoroughly enjoyable romp. Quite chilling in places, sizzling in others; with a protagonist somewhere between jack Bauer on a bad-hair-day and Elric. More please.

  2. Syd on March 27th, 2008

    I enjoyed this story so much I went online just to see what type of reaction it has created! I thought it was the best R. Reed story I’ve ever read. Entertaining and thought provoking.

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