Praise for Yaggoth-Voor.
“Yaggoth-Voor” by Bruce Durham: The best story in the anthology, a tale of Mortlock the Footman, this one focuses on a wrecked ship, an injured little girl, and a beast that seems to be toying with the crew. Wonderful dialogue, spot-on characterization, and a fast-paced plot, all wrapped up with a style that works perfectly for this type of story, makes this a true gem, and one of the best fantasy shorts I have read this year. - Luke Forney of Luke Reviews
“Yaggoth-Voor: A Tale of Mortlock” reads rather like the recently unearthed love child of RE Howard and HP Lovecraft.” - Theodore Beale - Black Gate Magazine
Bruce Durham's "Yaggoth-Voor" has as a hero a normal soldier, making it a stand-out from all the others in the anthology... A greatly entertaining story. - John Ottinger III of Grasping for the Wind
“Yaggoth-Voor” by Bruce Durham-excellent tale with twists and turns-I read this one first. It can be tough when the gods play games with men. - David J. West of Nephite Blood, Spartan Heart
Last, but not least Bruce Durham’s “Yaggoth-Voor” with another appealing character for me and with a surprising twist (to end) the story. - Dark Wolf’s Fantasy Reviews
Bruce Durham’s “Yaggoth Voor” tells the tale of some sailors who come upon the wrong set of mischievous twins in a marvellous first-person narrative. - Gustavo Bondoni at SFReader.com