I liked this book okay. The major problem was just that the stories ended at bad points I think. I wanted to know more. But I guess that is the way with short stories, there seems to be always more to them that is not told.
The thing I liked the most about this book was the stories of Gargoyles. I have been fascinated by Gargoyles since I watched the cartoon that used to be on with the Gargoyle who fell in love with a human and she fell in love with him. They could not be together for obvious reasons but it didn't make them love each other less.
This is a book basically about things that everyone things of as myths, etc. I think after reading this book everyone will look at their crazy next door neighbor, or the cranky old homeless guy who lives in the alley, etc, just a little differently from now on. I know I will, of course I have always had a great imagination and have seen things where others do not so it won't be too much of a difference for me.
This book has some great short stories in it. Some I didn't like so much, but just like everyone some myths you like and others not so much. I don't like things like gremlins, trolls and anything gross, so some stories I liked better than others as I am sure any reader will. But I think all readers will find something that sparks their interest in this book as the stories are spread across the page with their supernatural beings in them. Definitely a book not to miss.