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I was given a early copy of this anthology basically because I begged for it. I mean I seriously begged and prayed and begged a little more. With some of my charm and wit, I was able to secure a copy and here is my review.
Alvah Manor by Nykki Mills
This was a way to start a horror anthology. I made the mistake of reading this story after getting off of work at 2 a.m.. I will recommend not doing that if you plan on sleeping or not having awful dreams. It was creepy and twisted and had a element of a demented family. I must say that I highly enjoyed this story.
Demented by Taylor Henderson
Now this story was eerie. It gave me the chills. It was a psychology mind bender that kept me guessing and I didn't anticipate where it was going to go. The story was clear and flowed naturally. It is something that I could easily see to be a movie someday.
Into Mama's Lair by Elizabeth Roderick
This story took me on an adventure. It was tense and it was an creepy and interesting story. I wish there was a little more to it. I want to know more of the past of the main character Tara. There is much more to this story and I hope to one day get her background.
Mama's Closet by Erin Lee
Now this story was my oh my. It actually left me with my mouth wide open. I don't know why this story touched me in such a way that I was bawling while reading it. It hit me on such a major emotional level that I was scared I wouldn't recover. It was well written and definitely one of my favorites during the anthology.
Mommy Hold Me by Kristin Jacques
This story will take you on a rollercoaster ride. It had me depressed, scared, perplexed and a unusual hint of joy. The beginning of the story was heart breaking but then it takes you on some eerie twists and turns that I didn't see coming. It was mind blowing.
Room 158 by Thomas S Flowers
First I must say that I love how when each 13 anthology Mr Flowers adds on a creepy and intriguing story based out of the same hotel. It gives it a sense of familiarity even though each story is completing different. It is soooooo goooooood. It all weaves expertly together and adds a sense of suspense and horror. I love all of the stories so far and feel that it could easily be made in to a tv show.
The Best of Intentions by Joshua Macmillian
In the beginning of the anthology there are several stories that contained "mommy issues". They were all different and all good but Mr Macmillian gives us our first example of "daddy issues". His story was well written that it was easy to put yourself in Corey's point of view and understand him. I think that is what made this story so horrifying to me because I could understand why. Now if that isn't a mind bender than I don't know what is.
The Body Farm by Marissa Farrar
Now this is a classic story about what if's. I hate giving away spoilers and I'm going to try not to. I like the twist that happened on why things happen. I would also love if this story got brought into a full novel. There is enough meat there to do it. See what I did there meat.
The Day That... by Samie Sands
Now this was interesting. I quickly became immersed in this story. I liked that the point of view was in a essay form by a girl named Gaby. It was not so much horrifying but more of a jaw dropper. I mean the things that happens is overwhelming but really well done. I enjoyed this story very much.
The House of Tabott Hill by D.A. Roach
This was my favorite story. I'm a little obsessed with this author because I just fell in love with her writing style awhile ago. I'm sure you are wondering with so many great involved how did I choose this as my favorite. I will tell you it was because it gave me an element of a classic horror movie vibe with a modern twists. It touches that part of soul that still looks under your bed and checks the back seat of your car at night. The main character was awesome and I loved how she was able to keep a relatively clear head despite of the horrifying events that are happening. It was very entertaining.
The Slit-Mouthed Woman by Jackie Sonnenberg
This story has some Japanese folklore in it. It twists and bends the folklore until you are absolutely mortified and you can't believe what you are reading. I made the mistake of reading this before I went to bed last night. I was going to keep reading to try and finish the anthology but I got so many chills that I had to turn on the light and go bed. My heart couldn't take much more.
The Sounds of Deep Waters by Jennifer Loving
I started reading this story and kept thinking what is wrong with the main character Lisa. I keep thinking there was no way a mother could act that way towards a six year old. As the story progresses I now know why. It takes some unusual twists that kept me guessing. I enjoyed it.
Unlocked by Sara Scheon
Awwwwww how creepy was this story. I mean seriously the last paragraph. How could you do that me? It was well written and it flowed naturally and more importantly it scared the bejesus out of me.
Overall, I highly enjoyed this anthology even though I've been having nightmares for weeks. I will be recommending this anthology to all of my horror loving friends. Thank you for falling for my charm and begging. I really appreciate it.
This third entry in Limitless Publishing's wonderful "13" Anthology series is every bit as delightful and engrossing as the first two entries. You want page-turning thrills? You got it here, you truly do. Horror, dark, grief, spooky, shocking, your choice. The added benefit is that this is a multi-author anthology. Got a favorite author or two? Go for it. A weekend free for reading? Sit down and read straight through. Not enough time? Sample a story; the rest will be there when you are ready. Or follow a returning author from one entry to the next. You can't go wrong. But you can take some truly scary pathways.
The writing was both surprising and original. Ms. Jacques has a keen understanding of what it means for a couple to suffer loss and how it can bind or break love. Highly recommend.
I'm not making fun of this. I still enjoy reading horror stories because I enjoy the story itself. Authors who write horror have to make up for the non visuals, so they usually write damn good stories. I like to know the reasoning behind why a killer does what he does, even if the killer is a creature of the dark or a demon. Even if they wind up telling you, they do it just for fun. There is something about the explanation that puts it there for me. I love the tension, the thrill, the build up to the final, 'a-ha!' moment. Not all stories end with a good note and that's good. Specially in horror. This anthology does it for me with great writing. Great story builds and great character creations. Each story does its job to try and scare and creep you out you or in my case, intrigue me and leave me wanting more. I was very excited to be chosen to get an advanced copy of this Anthology to read and review and it did NOT disappoint! If you love Horror and scary stories, then this set is for you! Creative writing and even more creative stories as the end result, 13 Night Terrors is a terrifying grab for those who wished to be spooked.
I received an advanced copy of this title from one of the authors. The opinion in this review is solely that of my own.