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D: Collection of horror stories Paperback – March 12, 2013
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The outcomes of the stories are very predictable, however that didn't diminish my pleasure. They're well written, and while other reviews have mentioned spelling and grammatical errors, I didn't notice any--at least, not enough to be taken out of the story.
There is some nice original imagery and it's very easy to orientate yourself within the story. It's a perfect rainy day weather book and ideally should be read with comfort food nearby and a cat on your feet.
Another feature of this book is defining the limits of rational. The characters of some other horror stories behave so irrationally that it causes an inverse effect and the source of their fear gains more sympathy than they themselves, thus turning horror into comedy. In this book, on the contrary, the characters are maybe even too rational, and that makes them continue to deny the reality until it is too late. It's a very true observation that for a rational person the supernatural is so terrible not even because it is dangerous but first of all because it is irrational.