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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 16, 2020
This is a collection of tales that deal with giant monsters, ranging from alien beings to leviathans of the deep. As with most anthologies, this collection of tales has some very well-written and entertaining stories. You have giant sea monsters, alien entities, cyborgs, LitRPG players, and more.
Some of the tales are very imaginative, especially the one by Roma Gray dealing with giant locust-like creatures living in the oceans ("Locusts of the Sea") and another entitled "Walking among the Trees" by Essel Pratt. Pratt's tale could be a good one to teach us about the problems involved with not taking care of the Earth in the proper way.
I also enjoyed "Battle of the Cyclops" by John T.M. Herres. This one took an unexpected twist that made it a story to remember for a long time. A couple of the stories were more Sci-fi, involving space travel to other worlds and the discovery of a cube of material that might have come from an alien planet.
All in all, if you love Godzilla and other giant monsters, you will enjoy this collection. The narrator did a good job with pacing and added a lot to my enjoyment of this audiobook. I was given the chance to listen to this book by the author/publisher and chose to review it.