Spies and Heroes

Spies and Heroes Seventeen original stories by English speaking authors from various corners of the globe Some of the stories are potpourri subtle clouds of poignant fragrances while others are awash with the stench

  • Title: Spies and Heroes
  • Author: Dixiane Hallaj Marjorie Rommel Liz Fyne Lenora Rain-Lee Good Maria Elizabeth McVoy J.D. Kipfer Margaret Pearce Olympia George
  • ISBN: 9781633200289
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen original stories by English speaking authors from various corners of the globe Some of the stories are potpourri, subtle clouds of poignant fragrances, while others are awash with the stench of human evils Some open wide windows to the smallest of domestic detail, and some observe cogs in the greatest of cataclysms This book has everything from humor to fantasSeventeen original stories by English speaking authors from various corners of the globe Some of the stories are potpourri, subtle clouds of poignant fragrances, while others are awash with the stench of human evils Some open wide windows to the smallest of domestic detail, and some observe cogs in the greatest of cataclysms This book has everything from humor to fantasy to true to life historic fictions, even to a gaze into possible futures.

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    1. Every individual person has a particular image that pops into their mind or a set of traits when thinking about a spy or a hero. Some see heroes as infallible. Others find heroes in the unexpected, the flawed. As for spies, you never know who they are.In the anthology, Spies and Heroes, various authors give their take on what it means to be a spy or a hero, and not one of the stories is ever the same. The face of a spy or a hero constantly changes as you read through this collection of stories. [...]

    2. How difficult it is to rate short stories when they are so different! Some are rather serious, others more humorous, most happen more than a while ago, but some have a quite recent ending. Those stories are rather moral, the bad characters are punished for their treason, no matter in which country they happen.I hesitate between a 3 and a 4 star rating. Some are clearly above average, others, though interesting, rely on themes previously used (like the man who settles in a village for two weeks t [...]

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