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Dark Nature: A Horror Anthology Kindle Edition
From the depths of the darkest minds of horror comes mother nature’s final retribution. It’s time for Gaia to fight back, and karma really is a b*tch.
Dark Nature is an anthology of thirteen dark tales of nature.
She Weeps Vermillion (O, Harbinger) by Hayden Waller
In the Wych Elm by Emma Kathryn
Invasive Species by Mark Wheaton
Pt. Reyes by B.F. Vega
Polarion by Shea Herlihy-Abba
Natural Predators by Rami Ungar
Gator March by Robert H. Cherny
The Cicada’s Song by M.Betterelli
Things are Pretty Much the Same Everywhere by Robert DeLeskie
Things We Throw Away by Leanne Olson
Prey by Mike Marcus
The Uncut Hair of Graves by Daniel R. Robichaud
A Walk in the Woods by Marc Sorondo
Warning: These are dark/horror stories and do contain violence, gore, and other disturbing content. Proceed with care.
- ASIN : B09J9CDLJ5
- Publisher : Macabre Ladies Publishing (October 31, 2021)
- Publication date : October 31, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3044 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 294 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B09KN5V2RL
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,006,352 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Each of the stories is thoroughly enjoyable and moves along nicely. I wanted to know what would happen next – would the girl who mocked the tree spirit get away with it? Would the campers find a way to escape? Could anything stop the gator march? What happens when the mistreated earth bubbles up and looks for revenge? Does anyone survive?! All of these authors are new to me, and now I want to seek out more by them.
And, while there is violence in these stories, it is not graphic. These are not stories with vivid scenes of carnage. The descriptions are sufficient for you to envision your own images of the horrors that take place.
All the stories relate to the common theme, but each is unique. No two stories tell the same tale. The mix is good and the variety of ways the earth reprimands us is creative. The stories are all enjoyable, well written, and I know this is a book I’ll read again. And while I don’t want to rate or rank each of the stories because each person’s perspective is unique, and the diversity of what we like makes reading so enjoyable, I found myself drawn to Leanne Olson’s story, “Things We Throw Away.” While the “villain” in this story is a huge island of floating garbage in the sea, the story is also about the narrator and her tale of fall and redemption. The story travels on two paths, each a horror story on its own. It’s beautifully written, and not one to forget. Both stories within this story truly reflect the book’s title, “Dark Nature.”
Each of these carefully crafted stories in this anthology carries a warning, and those who read them, in addition to enjoying them, should heed them, for who knows what tomorrow brings.
I received an advance reader copy of “Dark Nature.”
This is a magnificent collection of stories written exceptionally well by the authors and might be considered a “wake up call”.
I dare you to find a story in here that doesn’t frighten you and make you sit up straight.
I received a free copy of this book. I am freely leaving a review of my own opinion.