ARC Review — Snake Eyes 

  • Title: Snake Eyes (Planet Scumm #11)
  • Author: Planet Scumm, including Hailey Piper (Guest Editor), Maura McGonagle (Illustrator), Sim Kern, Ana Gardner, Avery Kit Malone, LC von Hessen, Stephanie Gray, Diana Fenves, Laura Barker, Lindsay King-Miller
  • Genre: Sci-fi short stories
  • Pages: 112 pages
  • Publication date: August 13, 2021

Thank you, Planet Scumm, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review!

It has been a while since I’ve read a journal full of stories from various writers, but I enjoyed reading these different tales in Snake Eyes. All the sci-fi stories are full of unique worlds and characters. Even though they don’t have much in common, they all feel connected. 

My favorites out of the whole batch were A Defiance of Violins, The Secret of Theta Pi, Real Sugar is Hard to Find, and An Eventual Feast. These stories’ voices reached out to me a bit more than the others.

The only thing to critique is that I didn’t connect with a couple of the stories as much as the others. But that is just my taste and has nothing to do with the writers’ abilities.

Overall, I enjoyed this journal and would read from them again.

Score: 8.3/10
Average rating on Goodreads: 4.35/5

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