Book Review – The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack

How about a blast from the past. This wonderful review is for one of my collections. It’s like a 99¢ entry point to my writing. Visit Jessica and check out her site while you’re there.

Jessica Bakkers

The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack by [C. S. Boyack]I’ve recently become a big fan of C. S. Boyack (The Hat grabbed me, and Viral Blues sealed the deal). So when I had a chance to slip The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack to the top spot of my TBR pile, I did. A whole book of short stories from the twisted brain of C.S. Boyack? Yes please!

And I wasn’t disappointed.

As I’ve already said, this is a series of short stories – some only a page or two long – with a speculative flavour, covering everything from robots and sci-fi, to myhtological creatures like genies and dragons. Most of the stories have a delicious twist at the end, though some are more like mini novellas and focus on character development (ie, the Lisa Burton and Jason Fogg stories); characters that will later appear in other works by Boyack.

Some standout stories for me were “Jack O…

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7 responses to “Book Review – The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack

  1. Don’t you love when that happens?

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  2. I just came from Jessica’s site, and really enjoyed this glowing review. How very wonderful for you, Craig, and how very wonderful for us that you continue to crank out such incredible stories starting way back from your earlier times. Congratulations, my friend.

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  3. How awesome! Sometimes we think everyone has forgotten our older titles, but this is proof that they are still out there and brand new to anyone who hasn’t read them yet! Congrats, Craig!

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