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The Toilet Zone: Number Two Paperback – December 19, 2020
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In this world, it takes between 2,500 and 4,000 reading words to pay a visit to the smallest, but terrifyingly necessary, room, and stories are written precisely to chill the bones as you wait for nature to make its call.
You open up the book, and one of the 32 tales skulking within its hellish pages chooses you…
It’s too late to turn back now.You are about to set foot into another dimension, so best watch out for that signpost up ahead...You’ve just crossed over into...
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- Publisher : HellBound Books Publishing (December 19, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 363 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1953905048
- ISBN-13 : 978-1953905048
- Item Weight : 13.9 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.91 x 8 inches
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Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2020
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This was such a fun, gruesome anthology! One of the great things about the length of these tales is that, if you hit on one that doesn't quite resonate, you quickly move on to the next.
But there are plenty of great stories here. There were some fresh takes on old classics, like fear of the dark, cemeteries, Elder Gods, cannibalism, vampires. Some are particularly gore-y (stabbing someone with your own bone?) which made for shocking, entertaining reads. There's a bizarre retelling of The Christmas Carol that was spectacularly fun.
There's even a story literally about fecal matter, which was entirely nauseating and absolutely fitting for an anthology called The Toilet Zone: Number Two.
Some of my personal favorites were:
Any Port in a Storm
by Matthew A. Clarke
by Gerri R. Gray
by Drew Nicks
by Pamela Scott
But the stories are varied, and I'm sure other readers will have a different list of favorites. There were only one or two stories that were misses for me. I don't know that I would keep this book literally in the bathroom as a toilet read, but I would certainly keep it on a bookshelf.
If you're looking for a bit of terror that might make it hard to sleep at night, this is your book! The creepy tales in this book are well thought out, building up mesmerizing imagery for the reader to enjoy.
This is a fun book to read, though some cliche s pop up here and there. I like that this book is by many different authors, not falling flat in uniqueness and theme. It's a good book to read to spice up your boring workday or read all Sunday afternoon.
By Carlton Herzog on December 30, 2020
Thank you for this fantastic collection.