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Tale Spin: A Short Story Collection (Book Synopsis)
         by Neil Charles Cladingboel
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About the Book:

Tale Spin brings together an amazing collection of imaginative and often surprising short fiction.

From the subtle irony of Moonshadow and the humour of Tanked, to the romance of Queen of Hearts, or the startling Cabin Fever, each story presents a wonderful spin on its genre. There's even a treat for fans of the author's Erebus Equilibrium series with the story, Sandman, an enchanting tale that can be read as either a prequel, or sequel to the fantasy series!

This sometimes amusing, yet often thought-provoking compendium of original Science Fiction, Fantasy and Supernatural tales, creates a spellbinding journey filled with twists and turns, all of which are tied together beautifully with the tongue-in-cheek audacity of the title story, which completes the collection!

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Neil Cladingboel has previously published Reflections, The Anvil Amulet and Wraith Tide, books one, two and three of The Erebus Equilibrium, a fantasy trilogy due for completion in late 2001, and the short story, Ghost of Elysium.

Neil currently resides in Perth, Western Australia with his wife, Thea. He is currently working on Bortag's Curse, a sequel to The Erebus Equilibrium series.

Neil Cladingboel can be contacted at and you can read more about his fantasy trilogy by visiting his web site:

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