This book has beautiful illustrations and amazing stories!
This book is made up of five illustrated short stories, all of which were creepy, mysterious, and spine-chillingly awesome.
Emily Carroll is one of my absolute favorite cartoonists, this book is gorgeous and spooky and absolutely worth a read!
Short graphic novels. Entertaining. The drawings are a big part of the story; setting the tone and atmosphere - not too many words.Published 3 days ago by Fork
I don't know a whole lot about Emily Carroll, but what encouraged me to check this book out is that I saw and rather enjoyed her short story in Kazu Kibuishi's "Explorer"... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mowalski
The art-style in this graphic novel is very casual, but the content is quite graphic and that makes for a unique combination. Read morePublished 5 days ago by James Agee
While her style is completely different, I had the same visceral reaction from Emily Carroll's art as I did the original illustrator of "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,"... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Emily Carroll is one of my absolute favorite cartoonists, this book is gorgeous and spooky and absolutely worth a read! Make sure to check out her other work, too!Published 10 days ago by SC
Seriously creepy. Powerful images. Leaves the reader rattled.
Unsettling and unhappy read that makes you a lite sleeper.
No magic , just an effort to create unrest.
This was somewhat a disappointing read. Not really scary and I did not get into the characters as much as I thought I should.Published 11 days ago by Kathleen Berry
Wonderful artwork and fantastic, dark fables. I absolutely loved this book. Fans of Emily Carroll will be happy to see the haunting "His Face All Red" in this collection,... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Rosa Delafarge
This is a work of art. Honestly, this is a collection of five, creepy as all-get-out, perfect stories. 100% worth every minute.Published 17 days ago by nuinithil