Check out Scott Reads It! for giveaways, reviews & more!The problem with reviewing anthologies is that usually the stories are extremely inconsistent and uneven. Diverse Energies' stories range from excellent page turners to absolutely terrible stories that I could barely read. All of the stories feature people of diverse ethnicities, it was definitely nice to read about POCs for a change. My Favorites:Freshee's Frogurt by Daniel H. Wilson - This short story is actually an excerpt from Robopocalypse, a book that I've had on my "To-Read" list for a while. This story is in the form of an interview, "World War-Z" style, and it is 100% mindless fun. I definitely need to read Robopocalypse soon. Gods Of The Dimming Light by Greg Van Eekhout- This story was so unusual and original! I love how Norse mythology was incorporated into it and I'll definitely check out the author's novels. Good Girl by Malinda Lo - A strange story that reminded me of Enclave for some reason, but it still was pretty original. This story features an unconventional LGBT romance which was interesting to read. Not-So-Good Stories: A Pocket Full Of Dharma by Paolo Bacigalupi - I expected alot more from this short story considering how popular Shipbreaker is. This story was pretty generic and was nothing special. Solitude by Ursula K. Le Guin - This story was so uninteresting and I couldn't bear to read any more of it. I actually quit reading this story because I was so bored out of my mind.