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Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2018
This is a pretty good collection of short horror stories. As usual with books like this, there are some you may not like as much as others, but I liked the author’s style and found much more I did like than not. Some are really creepy. Some were downright disturbing. I remember thinking “wow” in my head more than once at the end of a story. Makes for a good rain/snow day read and is well worth the money.
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this in exchange for my honest review.
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2018
I myself like collections of short stories, bc if you're busy like me, you can still finish a story in 15 min instead of a few days. These are not all spooky/scary, but they all have a supernatural element. Some are sad, some are wholesome/happy ending, almost all are great. Some are a bit convoluted, and the wooden faced god story was a bit too long for me (kind of like a 2 hour movie that should've been edited to a little over an hour), but I'd say on the whole it was entertaining & enjoyable.
Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2018
This book holds quite the variety of short, original horror stories - most of which I enjoyed. However, this book also holds a lot of typos. Several of them (spelling errors that change the word entirely or first person narrative temporarily changing to third person) were glaring enough to take me right out of the story. But aside from that, the stories themselves are pretty good. The writer has clear talent and potential.
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2019
I love collections. This book has many stories that I enjoyed, we're terrifying, or brought tears to my eyes. To relate to, or even be disgusted with the pain and suffering of others is good for your soul.. Not all of an anthology can be yours, but one good story is like the haystack needle.