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Campus Chills Paperback – October 22, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
Now imagine arriving at campus on that first day. And all of your worst fears, your darkest nightmares are about to become a reality. That's what you will find in Campus Chills, a collection of thirteen college-themed tales of the supernatural by some of the best writers in the industry.
In Harbinger, Kelley Armstrong enthralls us with the tale of Jenna, a student haunted by the ghost of a naked dead girl. Is the girl a threat or is she trying to warn Jenna of impending danger?
Julie E. Czerneda's The Forever Brotherhood introduces us to Dougie, who feels threatened by the presence of thirteen glassy-eyed Goth students seated at the back of the lecture hall, thirteen students whom nobody ever sees enter or leave the room, but who are always there.
The ghost of a professor obsessed with an authentic leather-bound Shakespearean collection haunts the library in Kimberly Foottit and Mark Leslie's Prospero's Ghost.
In Truth-Poison, James Alan Gardner tells of the discovery a fruit that contains a compound that proves deadly to some, but has the ability to reveal the cosmic truth to others.Read more ›
No chills here. I didn't finish reading all the stories and deleted book from my Kindle.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love horror novels this was just OK. A couple of good stories a couple of not so good stories.Published on February 12, 2013 by cheribob
These stories weren't scary at all. Definitely did not meet my expectations. I guess I'll stick to Stephen King novels.Published on February 12, 2013 by S. Young