REVIEW: “Inconceivable This Volume Won’t Send Readers Back to the Original Novels.”

“David Barr Kirtley’s ‘Three Deaths’ comes from the point of view of one of the dreaded Green Men, as does Catherynne M. Valente’s mournful standout, ‘A Child of Thark’; Jonathan Maberry’s ‘The Death Song of Dwar Guntha,’ meanwhile, puts us in the shoes of an anonymous Red Man warrior. … It’s inconceivable that this volume won’t send readers back to the original novels.” —Booklist