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Demonic Visions 50 Horror Tales Book 5 Kindle Edition
What you hold in your hands is the combined work of fifty people who have opened up that dark door in their hearts and minds to offer you one thing—just one thing each—that frightens them, selecting from the gamut of fears they’ve had in their lives, from childhood to now. Disappearing children, ghosts, road rage, mental instability, vampires and more: somewhere in this book, possibly many places in this book, you’ll find the things you are afraid of—even some things you thought you’d forgotten. We hope you enjoy Demonic Visions 5, a book filled with frightening thoughts and boogeymen so numerous and familiar you’ll put it down knowing you are not alone in your fears. Especially on those basement stairs. Whatever you do, don’t look back. —Rob Smales
1. CARRION MAN by Naching T. Kassa
2. BEHOLD THE HURRICANE by Chris Leek
3. DRIPS by Patrick Freivald
4. WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH KIDS TODAY? by Winifred Burniston
5. THROUGH THE MASK by Jeff McFarland
6. THE ORIGINAL SULLIVAN by S.C. Hayden
7. MUSE by Shaun Avery
8. A PLACE OF FEAR by William Holden
9. A MOMENT OF SILENCE by Max Booth III
10. FALLING IN LOVE by Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger
11. DEATH COMES TO US ALL by Julianne Snow
12. PIECES OF GOD by Chris Robertson
13. SKY TALK by April Bullard
14. SWARM by Nicholas Paschall
15. THE BALLOON MAN by Justin Hunter
16. THE HERO, THE FAIR MAIDEN, AND THE LUNATIC by Peter Adam Salomon
17. ASHAMED by Doug Robbins
18. A TRUTHFUL REPORT CONCERNING THE RECENT EVENTS AT SERPENT’S HILL by Christopher Conlon
19. ANGELS LOOKING OUT FOR US by Jay Wilburn
20. CHEESECAKE NIGHTMARE by C. L. Hesser
21. CONTINUITY by Raymond Gates
22. SAYING GOODBYE by Rob Smales
23. THERE WAS NO BODY by Michele Tallarita
24. ONE LAST DRAG by Bruce L. Priddy
25. THE BREAK UP by Mike Leon
26. ONE OF GRANNY’S TALES by James Pratt
27. BROKEN GLASS by Kerry G.S. Lipp
28. THE JANITOR by Jeani Rector
29. HEADACHE by Marc Sorondo
30. THE TREEHOUSE by Rick McQuiston
31. THE DITCH by Arran McDermott
32. SENTINELS OF THE ENDLESS UNKNOWING by DJ Tyrer
33. THE DEVIL’S SPOTLIGHT by Vince Liberato
34. HEALING MISTRESS by Mark Slade
35. BELIEVE by Marc Shapiro
36. MATRIARCH by Adam Millard
37. A WHISPER IN THE STORM by Robert Friedrich
38. THE REAPING OF THE SEAWEED by Megan N. Watson
39. OPRAH FUNDS “END OF THE WORLD” PROJECT IN MEMORY OF SAVANT CHILD AUTHOR by Trisha J. Wooldridge
40. ON TILT by Devlin Giroux
41. ENTRAPPED by K. Trap
42. TEAMWORK by Jody Neil Ruth
43. GRAVEYARD GAMES by J.T. Seate
44. THE ELEVENTH PIPER by Rebecca Fung
45. THE COLOR OF PEPTO BISMOL by John Alfred Taylor
46. SMOKE by Rick A. Carroll
47. PAYING AT THE PUMP by Ken MacGregor
48. MARGIE DON’T KNOW WHAT SHE WANTS by R.L. Ugolini
49. MADE TO BE BROKEN by Shenoa Carroll-Brad
50. HERE BE VAMPYRE
- ASIN : B00QZT84P8
- Publication date : December 13, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 3116 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 267 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,831,737 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As usual, I had a hard time narrowing my top picks to just a few, but, here goes:
“Muse Sick” by Shaun Avery will speak to the creative and artistic types among us … it’ll speak, and what it has to say may be tempting, but is also kind of clammy, cold, and skin-crawly repulsive. Meanwhile, Mike Leon’s “The Break Up” and Kerry G.S. Lipp’s “Broken Glass” bring two different but very squickworthy doses of graphic gore to make even the seasoned splatterhound flinch.
Jay Wilburn’s “Angels Looking Out For Us” is a view of the End of Days from a side not often seen: the thankless side of those stuck with the fiddly nuisance finishing touches and cleanup of a big job.
“The Eleventh Piper” by Rebecca Fung gives the twisted fairy tale treatment to a classic holiday carol, with evilicious results. Rick A. Carroll’s “Smoke” is like folklore of another sort, a darker sort, beautifully written.
Max Booth’s “A Moment of Silence” hit a particular nerve; they may say people don’t talk anymore, only text, but imagine if speech was suddenly not an option.
“Swarm” by Nicholas Paschal was one I’d been privileged to read beforehand; a real treat to see it here and know that the clattering bones found a good home! Likewise Shenoa Carroll-Bradd’s “Made to be Broken,” a touching tale of beyond mere until-death-do-us-part.
Vince Liberato’s “The Devil’s Spotlight” shines harsh and unforgiving on the nature of self-sacrifice vs. self-preservation, in a hungry world gone mad, while “Believe” by Marc Shapiro wonders what we’d lose if we started getting proof that the wackjob conspiracy theorists had it right all along.
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