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The Twilight Zone Revisited
by Rue Sorling

Rod Sering
Rue Sorling
Rue Sorling is something of a mystery man (or possibily woman).

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A review by Steve Lazarowitz

It is hard to imagine the The Twilight Zone without Rod Serling. Which is why, when I first learned of this book, I had to assume that it wouldn't hold up. That was until I read the preface. Amazingly, the author claims that Rod Serling has dictated this entire volume, through a ouija board. After reading the book, I'm not certain I could gainsay that tidbit.

According to Mr. Sorling, the stories are actually dictated from someplace in the Twilight Zone and he is just the medium. And mighty good stories they are too. Just remember that even in the publishing world, the Twlight Zone is not far away.

The thirteen stories in this volume are more than evocative. They are the Twilight Zone that I know and love.

Copyright © 1999 Steve Lazarowitz

Steve Lazarowitz reads and writes fantasy and SF. His work has been published in a number of online 'zines and he is the editor of the Dragonclaw Showcase. His short story anthology A Creative Edge: Tales of Speculation is due out from Domhan books in 1999.


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