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The Horror Collection: White Edition Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07ZHCXXCZ
- Publisher : KJK Publishing (October 22, 2019)
- Publication date : October 22, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3273 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 179 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #536,770 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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CHRISTMAS EVE-A delivery driver who is forced to work on (you guessed it) Christmas Eve becomes emasculated, and in the process, has to choose between good and evil.
SANTA’S GIFT-Short and sweet, but a bit contentious. Hint: Involves a shopping center, a little girl, and a gun.
THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE-A man is up against the clock save his bedridden son, and has to find a matching donor to do so.
Overall, another solid holiday horror collection that Mr. Kennedy has produced for readers that need some Christmas cheers and Yuletide fears!
There are ten all together so I will just set them out with a once sentence cryptic taste without giving away spoilers.
'Twas the Night Before Yuletide by James Matthew Byers
Twisted poem about Santa along with some cannibalism - that is about all I can give on that one.
Christmas Eve by Mark Tufo
Death is just another journey
The Advent of Father Hirst by Lex H. Jones
Advent candle obsession becomes a possible possession
Santa's Claws by Mark Allan Gunnells
Naughty or Nice poem
Santa's Gift by Mark Allan Gunnells
Santa screwed up the year before and now a little girl wants revenge.
White Oleanders by Steven Stacy
A ghost truck that makes itself known on the highway and causes havoc.
Santa's Elite by Mark Cassell
Sometimes just one mistake can cause chaos even at Santa's workshop.
A Christmas Ghost Story, 1985 by Amy Cross
Ghost stories to some might be more than just stories.
The Christmas Miracle by Chris Miller
How far would you go to save the ones you love? Would you commit murder? This is an interesting story that is twisted but heartfelt too.
Down the Bizarro Watering Hole by Kevin J. Kennedy
Drinking shots at a bar turns out to be reflections of the past for one woman. Twisted tale but with a soft touch.
All in all this was a great bunch of stories and I was happy that I read it! New authors to pursue in here as well as that is what I always seem to find when reading these collection books by KJK Publishing a/k/a Kevin J. Kennedy. Five "Twisted Santa" Stars for this one!
This time I’m shouting about Chris Miller, Lex M. Jones, Mark
Tufo, Mark Alan Gunnells, Mark Cassell, Amy Cross and Kevin J. Kennedy, and others.
Let’s take a look, shall we?
“Twas the Night Before Yuletide” by James Matthews Byers is a dark and shocking yuletide poem to educate you on the difference between Christmas and Yuletide and make you think twice about the holiday season.
“Christmas Eve” by Mark Tufo is a devilish tale of choices and consequences.
“The Advent of Father Hirst” by Lex H Jones is a creative dark story about past things coming back to haunt the present, but absolutely not in the vein of a Scrooge story.
“Santa’s Claws” by Mark Allan Gunnells is a frightful little Christmas poem that’s sure to give me nightmares.
“Santa’s Gift” by Mark Allen Gunnells is straight-up Christmas horror as only Mark can deliver it.
“White Oleanders” by Steven Stacy is a suspense horror thriller in the tradition of old school Stephen King, but with Steven’s distinct, impactful flair.
“Santa’s Elite” by Mark Cassell wins the FU to the Author Award for this collection. It is a dark and gruesome backstory about Santa’s helpers, unique and disturbing in the Mark Cassell way. Christmas is ruined forever in my head.
“A Christmas Ghost Story, 1985” by Amy Cross is actually a Christmas ghost story set in 1895. It is well executed and quite humorous, but not really horror.
“The Christmas Miracle” by Chris Miller is a gut-wrenching, horrifying tale of desperation, masterfully told as one expects of this rising master of the genre.
“Down the Bizarro Watering Hole” by Kevin J Kennedy is definitive bizarro horror with an old school Christmas theme.
No matter how you celebrate the holiday season, there is something here to make it twisted.
Top reviews from other countries
All of the stories kept me gripped and it had a nice Christmas themed ghost story included from my favourite author Amy Cross.
Well worth a read.