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- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (October 4, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 4, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LZ8JEHP
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This was a good story to kick things off. It read fast and was rather captivating. My favorite part of this story was Abram. He had a kind heart and it I felt connected to him and his relationship with Lake. It actually brought a few tears to my eyes in the end.
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I enjoyed this story. It was different going in to a different country and culture. I really enjoyed the main character Erika because I understood why she was feeling the way she was feeling. My favorite part of this story was watching the little girl sleeping at the meeting center in the morning. It was a shocking moment and made me gasp.
Haverly Insane Asylum by Taylor Henderson
Ok wow. There is just something creepy about an abandoned asylum and the secrets that it holds. Henderson transplants you to a very creepy one where there are no escapes. I thought this was extremely well done and I could easily imagine this being a movie. My favorite part was the ending and it was epic.
Anesthesia by D.A. Roach
Now this was my favorite story. It captures your attention and it won't let you go. It has a subtle build up to horrifying ending. I am a fan of this author and have been for awhile so it was the first story I read. It made me want to read the rest of the stories because this one was just so good. I felt connected to the main character from the first moment and it made me laugh and it got my heart racing like I was running from the cops. My favorite part was in the basement. I can't say much more than that without spoiling it but it was fast paced and scary.
This One's Broken by Bradon Nave
I have read some of Nave's work before so I was ready for some more of his twisted thoughts. This story did not disappoint. It had you hooked with no idea where it was going to go before you got there. I enjoyed not being able to guess. It was sick and twisted and a must read for any horror fan.
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