Anthology, Wandering Weeds: Tales of Rabid Vegetation by 10 very imaginative authors.
Here is the blurb:
They roll in from unknown places, mysterious and unexplained. They take root, take over, spread to all corners and refuse to be eradicated. no one can say why they came, but there’s no arguing that they’re up to no good.
David J. West
These plants are out for blood, and getting rid of them will take a certain kind of hero – the best kind. Twenty-five tales of evil weeds to entertain, enthrall and change the way you look at the unwelcome invaders in your lawn.
Eric J. Guignard
From feral tumbleweeds to ravenous seaweed, from alien life forms to migrating asteroid fields, in these pages you will find fairy tales and weird westerns, space romps and chilling horror stories. Scary or silly, wicked or wily, these plants are here to stay.
This book contains some wild tales of all genres and kinds. They are some twenty-four far-fetched but very entertaining tales to please all tastes.
You will find westerns tales, futuristic ones, a Sci-Fi poem and everything under the sun. They are well edited and they flow easily from the pen of each author.
I am amazed to see so many tales with only one word in common â€œTumbleweeds.â€ I am also impressed at the way such a boring word can bring such an array of ideas to be set in the same book.
Rebecca L. Brown
It only goes to say that these authors have great imaginations and they have spilled it over the pages of this book. It is certainly a different and completely wonderful set of tales.
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
This is a great book for a wintery day, or a next to the pool summer read. Awesome work.
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