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Reviewed by Melanie Kennedy for Readers' Favorite
ADA: An Anthology of Short Stories comprises three stories by Shawn P. B. Robinson. The novella begins with ADA, the main story and an action-packed thriller following Teran as he must infiltrate the corrupt Sigma group. Set in a future where the population has been driven underground, Teran must maintain his cover and finally assassinate the leader of Sigma. However, all is not as it seems, as Teran’s loyalties are tested and shocking revelations are made as to the true identity of the bad guys. Can Teran remember who he really is and which side he should be fighting for? Robinson changes genre with the eerie Eyes in the Garden. The story follows Phil as he wakes up in a strange house. He makes the critical mistake of looking out the window – onto an audience of the undead. The anthology concludes with Tap, another horror-filled tale of man’s search for wisdom and the folly it brings.
Shawn P. B. Robinson is a master of both horror and thriller. ADA kept me on my toes from beginning to end, whether it was the suspense of Tap, the general creepiness of Eyes in the Garden, or the plot twists in ADA. Robinson has written a wonderful anthology of short stories and I hope he explores all the worlds he has created in full-length novels. My favorite story was Eyes in the Garden as it left me with so many questions and hit the little macabre soft spot in my heart.