One story; each thing i show you is a piece of my death, creeped me out so badly I was really worried about sleeping, ever again.
"With her keen eye for craftsmanship, prolific anthologist Datlow always delivers first-class entertainment, whether her genre-at-hand is sf, fantasy, or, in this case, horror. Apart from the prerequisite chills and occasional nods to commonplace genre motifs, the outstanding feature of her second annual horror best-of is an abundance of fresh, original plot scenarios. A film production crew holes up in an isolated mansion near Cannes when a biological epidemic sweeps across Europe, only to confront a more psychological pestilence within themselves. A killer discovers that the zombies roaming around following an apocalyptic outbreak have no appetite for him. A game show host preparing for a fund-raiser to save a derelict London theater stumbles on a lost—and deadly—clue to Jack the Ripper's real identity. A group of Antarctic explorers almost perishes in a yawning crevasse harboring unseen creatures. As usual, Datlow provides a thorough summation of the year's genre highlights and publishing trends and insightful introductory notes about each story's author" From Booklist.
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