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On reading this I discovered a balanced collection of micro horror and short stories. I liked the fact that several were long enough to really entertain the reader. Overall - a high quality of author style and editing.
Much like #1, the second Horror volume of Black hare Press's Lockdown series is a diverse, easy to read, page turner of an anthology; sure to satisfy Horror and Flash Fiction lovers. My favourites were "Rain" By Sarah Jayne Justice, for the focus on fear itself, "A Recovered Letter" by Horatio Marissa--wonderfully written, impossible to put down, not to mention frightening--and "Open Windows" by Frederick Pangbourne: believeable, human, horrific and humorous! The whole book is a very entertaining read from start to finish. Loved the drabbles too, and Jacqueline Moran Meyer's story "The Watcher" was like a 90s movie. Can't wait for #3.
Disclaimer, I have a story featured in this anthology! A fine volume of great horror stories compiled by Aussie publisher Black Hare Press. As usual, the quality of the book and the formatting is great and I enjoyed every line and every story of it. A must have!