The Trees Have Eyes: Horror Stories From The Forest (Haunted Library) Paperback – June 9, 2018
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If someone screams in the forest and no one is around, will they regret ever making a sound?
Stepping into the forest, you're surrounded by the natural grandeur of a world which has no need of you. The silence is so heavy that you can hear your blood thundering through your veins. The stir of dry leaves in the darkness could be your friend finding his way back, but it sounds more like a primordial monster stalking its prey. And the lights between the trees? And the haunting songs which lure you ever deeper?
It's time to admit that you aren't afraid of being alone in the woods. You're afraid of not being alone.
Journey through the minds of 22 horror authors who have teamed up to reveal the most terrifying aspects of the forest. Over 400 pages of original supernatural and psychological horror stories include: ghosts, demons, serial-killers, true stories and unsolved mysteries, unique monsters, classic myths and legends, and above all else, a profound respect for the terror hidden within the mysterious trees.
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- Publisher : Independently published (June 9, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 536 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1983125024
- ISBN-13 : 978-1983125027
- Item Weight : 1.71 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 1.34 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,682,322 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #81,461 in Horror Literature & Fiction
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I really enjoyed the diverse interpretation of the theme from the long list of writers, each with a unique voice and tone that added to the setting and horror. The stories aren't necessarily in your face, shock-and-awe horror, but rather dark and unsettling, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Many of the authors did a great job with setting, strong characters, and knowing what to leave out so your imagination can fill in the blanks. It's often what we don't know or see that it most terrifying.
Great read. I will definitely recommend this to others.
Absolutely enjoyable stories starting with camp stories similar to ones I remember frightening my younger brothers with. Don't miss this fun collection!
It has a little something for everyone and I love that there are a variety of authors to choose from.
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Yeah, it's a bit of a struggle to read through the errors, but I'm hoping they'll push out a new version of the book soon.
Some of the stories: Scarecrow; Don't Stop on Route 33; The Wall in Grandpa's Backyard; Camp Credence; The Last Bus; The Devil's Cauldron; Seeker and Lucie & Snaggletooth, this reader found especially disturbing. Happy reading. Annemarie