Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020
I’ve gotta be honest, I’m not much for anthologies. I find them very hit and miss typically, and although I’ve read some great ones this year, I’m not much of a fan of short stories in general. I just find it hard to get into a book where every 20 or 30 pages one story ends and another begins. I’ve tried to get over that by reading one or two stories at a time, over a longer period of time, rather than powering through like it’s a novel.

BUT, this being a book published by silver shamrock, I had some high hopes. I’ve yet to read anything they’ve put out that hasn’t been good.

I’m very pleased to say, this is one of my favorite anthologies I’ve ever read. There are a lot of authors I was familiar with, but quite a few I hadn’t read prior to this. After reading this, I’ve got a few more authors I need to read.

Some of my favorites were stories by Shannon Felton, Jeremy Hepler, Todd Kiesling and Glenn Rolfe, although there wasn’t really anything in here that wasn’t good.

If you’re looking for a spooky anthology, you can’t go wrong with midnight in a graveyard.
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