Don‘t bother

The Taste of Different Dimensions: 15 Fantasy Tales from a Master StorytellerThe Taste of Different Dimensions: 15 Fantasy Tales from a Master Storyteller by Alan Dean Foster
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

The first story is an utterly forgettable piece about genies and the classic three wishes gone slightly wrong.
The second story is about dreams, what is real, how do our dreams affect our reality, how do I tell the difference… also nothing exciting.
Halfway through the third story I decided that this isn‘t doing much for me. So, DNF at 22%.
I am also not happy how women are portrayed. It feels a bit dated. Actually, the entirety of what I read felt dated, which is par for the course for a 70-year old author, I guess… And a bit like the author spooled off something by rote. Not sure why he bothered.

I received this free e-copy from the publisher/author via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review, thank you!

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