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Every Angel (2006): Short and Entirely Unsweetened

Gemma Files, Every Angel (Kelp Queen Press, 2006)

(note: review originally published 2Jan2009)

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We can’t show it to you because the Internet fails us (and it’s packed away somewhere I can’t easily get to it).

Another of Files’ loonie dreadfuls, this one revolving around a crime boss that wants an angel captured. Sometimes, however, when you get what you want, you find that you really didn’t want it at all… if you’re familiar with the wild world of Gemma Files, you know just what to expect here, and you’re guaranteed a good time. If you haven’t yet discovered her, the loonie dreadfuls, being that they’re well, very cheap, are a great way to get acquainted with one of Canada’s most underrated short story writers. Highly recommended. ****

About Robert "Goat" Beveridge

Media critic (amateur, semi-pro, and for one brief shining moment in 2000 pro) since 1986. Guy behind noise/powerelectronics band XTerminal (after many small stints in jazz, rock, and metal bands). Known for being tactless but honest.

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