This third installment of Aussie author Margo Lanaganâ€™s short story collections is just as bizarre and mind-bending as her previous two. My favorites include â€œA Good Heart,â€ about a medieval peasant boy who discovers that the girl he loves, a lady above his station, is harboring a dark secret, and â€œUnder Hell, Over Heaven,â€ which takes place in Purgatory, where some souls try to earn their way into Heaven by forcibly transporting other unfortunate souls to Hell. â€œWinkie,â€ in which Lanagan reinterprets the benign Wee Willie Winkie from Mother Goose into a tall, scrawny, child-snatching bogeyman gave me the heebie jeebies, which were soothed away by â€œA Feather in the Breast of God,â€ a sweet story that suggests sometimes our pets come back to watch over us after death. Another thing I appreciate about Lanaganâ€™s books is that she always includes notes at the end that let readers know where the inspiration for her weird, wonderful stories comes from. I loved the shout-out she gave to fellow Aussie Garth Nix when she wrote that the title of her last story, â€œDaughter of the Clayâ€ came from reading about the Clayr in his Abhorson trilogy. If you want to take a short trip to a strange place, then these stories are just the ticket. Donâ€™t forget to go back and check out her first two books, Black Juice (a Printz-honor title) and White Time.