What makes a human a human? Is being a human all that great?
This anthology explores those tempting questions among many
more. There are switches concerning vampires, pets, robots,
etc... The authors take the reader on different tales of
horror, desire, promise, and intrigue. Though these stories
are actually very engaging, the characters can be sometimes
difficult to connect to - it is hard to fully develop
characters in a short novel. Some of the scenes would have
had more of an effect upon the reader if the reader was more
invested in the characters.
All in all, HUMAN FOR A DAY is very well thought-out
collection of short stories. The reader will be able to read
one story after the other without pause or awkward
transition. The events of each story were relatively fast-
paced, some verged on very exciting while others will leave
the reader with varying degrees of horror or an odd feeling.
The endings were all different, the reader cannot really
predict too much of anything in these stories - an
unpredictable book is always nice to read. If the cover of
this book doesn't grab the readers' attention, the first
story will and the reader will happily continue on. HUMAN
FOR A DAY covers many different subjects and gives the
reader food for thought. Definitely worth tracking down in
Here's an anthology that examines what it means to be human
in all its positive and negative aspects. If you were an
intelligent robot, would the opportunity to become human for
a day be worth the risks? If a magic spell switched the
bodies of a vampire and a teenage girl, would both savor the
experience or search for a way to undo the enchantment? What
tests would an angel face if transformed into a mortal for a
day? These are just a few of the inventive stories-some
humorous, some sad, many thought-provoking, and all unique-
to be found in Human for a Day.