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The stories were all short, easy to read in 5-10 minutes. The first two stories in the book were amazing, The Clown at Midnight, and Fair Game. I loved the dark humor in The Clown at Midnight. There were only a couple stories I didn't like as much. Tommorow is a Long Time and To Know the End were a little weak on the horror for me. Overall, I thought this was a great collection.
The shorter the story, the harder it is to do well. These tales are both short and good. They span a wide range of topics, never preach, always entertain. Lots of twisted thought went into this book. I bet you will like it, too.
Billy Wells has a knack for leading you down the path to what you might think the ending would be and then in the last few paragraphs it twists to something unexpected. His style of writing is like other great writers that paint the scene in your mind with very descriptive phrases and words. I really like reading Billy's work. I would give him 4 1/2 starts if the system would allow it.
I loved this book. Wells has this interesting way of displaying a side of evil you may not have seen before. It's like he has a chilling blueprint which makes his dark side methodical and disturbing. I like this guy's stuff.
The short stories were quite diverse and had unforgetable endings. It was easy reading. The stories were very descriptive with the words being used you feel as if you were the person that this was happening to. I would recommend this book if you would like to be scared.
Billy has changed my mind about the horror and fantasy genre. My favorite read is one that surprises me at the end. These characters could be living in my neighborhood or yours. Keep your eyes open and your wits about you. I enjoy the twists of fortune in many of these short stories and am looking forward to his next book "Shivers".