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A good collection of story’s. Great creativity. Good quick read. No noticeable typos. Would really like to see some of these expanded into a full length novel. Have read other works by Stephen Jenkins and haven’t really been disappointed, besides the first installment of ‘Touch’ which I thought could have been a game changer novel for him and instead he chose to fast forward the story and end it halfway to make it a 2 part series. I didn’t leave a review yet and I haven’t read the 2nd book. I was so dismayed to see a brand new idea from an author in the zombie genre, but maybe this guy doesn’t have novel length works in him. So far it’s all short story’s and easy reads. I’ve read his ‘Burn The Dead’ series and loved it.
every story which is rare in a collection. Steven has a fresh eye on horror that draws you in very quickly and inviting so that you feel for the character immediately. Went two check volume two, if does not disappoint. In a new fan.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 11, 2020
My Review of Little Horrors:
Little Horrors is made up of twelve different stories. Twelve stories about life and death, love and hate, good and evil, and the choices we make to take us from one world to another, from one life to another.
I so enjoyed each and every one of the twelve stories. I loved the deeper meaning that is hidden between the words on each page. Each story is very intriguing in its own way giving you something to take with you on your journey through life long after the last page is read.
My Review of Skinless Scarlet:
Skinless Scarlet is about love. About how love sees deep inside. It doesn’t see what is on the outside. It's about how true love, soulmates can always recognize its mate.
My Review of Christmas Eve:
Christmas Eve tells the story a nine-year-old little girl and her little brother as tragedy enters their world on Christmas Eve that will more than likely change the way they see the world and Christmas forever.
My Review of The Possession of Molly Barker:
A little girl filled with rage. Likes to break things and set them on fire. A priest is called in to check on the little girl. A twist with a very surprising ending.
My Review of The Death and Life of Edward Crowe:
A man has a fight with his wife and walks out. He decides to take a hike and falls. As he lays there fighting for his life it flashes before his eyes. As the man make his way home to his wife he is fighting to stay alive.
My Review of The Cull:
The Earth is dying. People are being murdered to save the Earth. The Cull is one person’s story of how they became the next person on the reaper’s list. A very thought-provoking story.
My Review of Age of Decay:
The story of one woman living in a zombie apocalypse. Not remembering anything before the zombies came. Finding the love of her life and raising a family in a zombie-filled world.
My Review of The Bottomless Pit:
A man afraid of taking risks, afraid of change finds himself falling into a bottomless pit not knowing if there is an end or a way out. The darkness goes on and on fearing there is no one to come looking for him. There is no end to the darkness. He is locked in his own mind.
My Review of The Afterdeath:
A man dies and steps into a new world, a world where he gets to reinvent his life. He can live his afterlife anyway he chooses. Live where he wants. Have the kind of life he always wanted or live his life the way he did before he died. The Afteredeath is the story of one man living what he perceives as being the perfect life and still not being happy. Always wanting something you don’t have.
My Review of The Tenant:
A story about a family having to learn to live with ghosts in the attic. A family moves into a new house and starts to hear a scratching in the attic. Before they can call for reinforcements COVID-19 hits and they are quarantined in their home learning to live with what is in the attic.
My Review of Miss Casey Tamper:
Miss Casey Tamper is told from the point of view of her attacker. Casey’s attacker is chasing her through the woods. Her attacker wants to kill her, stating that she is their life and that he or she loves her more than anyone on Earth and if they can’t have her then no one can.
My Review of veil:
Three friends are sitting around getting high when the hallucinations set in. Or are they hallucinations? Is it real or is it the effects of the drug? Read the story to find out.
My Review of The Wish:
A man comes upon a legend that will give him a wish, one wish to change his life forever. He can make his life whatever he chooses. All he has to do is make a wish but the question is what is the catch?
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 8, 2020
As a fan of some of the Masters of Horror, I was intrigued by this volume of short stories. I love a good scare, or just that creepy tingly hair on the back of your neck feeling. Each of these stories has its own merits. Several of them gave me that "someone's watching me" feeling that I love from good scares. Heartily recommend this as a good start on your frightful nightmares
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 8, 2020
I really enjoyed this Twisty Little Book..In fact I would call it a Large Twisty book.. I love short stories and just when you think it is going in one direction it swerves off into another.. These delicious 13 Tales will keep you warm and toasty on a cold winters night.. Make a cup of tea and snuggle under your blanket, light a fire in your fireplace and lose yourself in these 12 delightful tales .."Horrifically Twisted & Just Plain FUN !! " Enjoy..