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The Voice from the Edge: Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes (Library Edition)

by Harlan Ellison

Series: The Voice from the Edge (book 3)

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Presents a collection of science fiction short stories.

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A horror tale involving a haunted slot machine - and a well-crafted story about the false hopes of gambling, and the bleak desperation of those who are drawn to it. ( )
  AltheaAnn | Feb 9, 2016 |
3.5 stars. Originally posted at FanLit.

This is the third collection of Harlan Ellison??s short stories which he has narrated himself. Each of these Voice from the Edge audiobooks is quite excellent. I canƒ??t say that I like every story ƒ?? some of them are just to gross for me ƒ?? but I can say that Ellison is a great storyteller and that thereƒ??s no better way to read his stories than to listen to him read them to you.

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ƒ??Between Heaven and Hellƒ? ƒ?? (first published in 1994 in Mind Fields: The Art of Jacek Yerka, the Fiction of Harlan Ellison) This is a very short piece (3 minutes) in which Ellison juxtaposes the wonderful and ... Read More: http://www.fantasyliterature.com/reviews/the-voice-from-the-edge-volume-3-pretty... ( )
  Kat_Hooper | Apr 6, 2014 |
A decent collection of stories by Ellison. Most of them are pretty good, taken as pure entertainment, though the ones in which he tries to make some kind of point are typically pretty bad thematically. But Ellison's narration of his own work is really fantastic. A special treat is Robert Bloch's reading of his story "A Toy for Juliette" from the Ellison-edited Dangerous Visions sci-fi anthology, included here as context for Ellison's story "The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World" which is a direct sequel to Bloch's. ( )
  AshRyan | Dec 20, 2011 |
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