- Paperback: 342 pages
- Publisher: Staccato Publishing (December 17, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1940202914
- ISBN-13: 978-1940202914
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,414,553 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I decided to rate every story as i read them and just mention the ones that stood out to me.
Almost a 1 star hotel 3★ Kind of felt bad for the guy, in an I'm laughing at your pain way.
After until death do us part 3★ This went in an unexpected way.
The park 3★
Hell mouth 4★ Had a great twist that I really didn't see coming.
Noise pollution 2★
Camp conifer 4★ I may never look at well behaved kids the same way.
Autumnal equinoox 2★ Was confused by the end of this one.
Family reunion 4★
Two degrees closer to hell 4★ Loved how this one turned out.
The storm 2★
Obsessed 4★ Very creepy.
In loving memory 3★
Freak accident 5★ Played on my fear of everytime I try to tow something.
The devil takes a vacation 4★ I found this one hilarious.
Tax exempt status 3★ I could actually see the IRS doing this.
Mourning a friend 4★
The frozen lake 3★
Cat scratch fever 4★
Pray to eddie winkle 5★ What a twisted kid.
The weatherman 3★
Night shift 5★ I kind of understand where the nurse is coming from.
Kind of like that Twilight Zone episode 5★ By far my favorite of them.
A cockroach tale 3★
25 stories average rating of 3.6★
Since these are short stories there's not really much I can say on them without giving away something. I suggest if you're fans of Adam and/or Evans Light you check this out.
I was sent a copy by the author in exchange for a honest review through Book Review Buzz. Thank you.
Two Degrees Closer to Hell is a single-author anthology of short stories about demons, death, and the unknown where tales ranging from supernatural to science fiction to downright horror fill the pages.
There were a few spelling and grammar errors, but they didn't hinder my reading much.
I would recommend this collection of short stories to lovers of horror as well as fans of spooky campfire stories. Despite some sexual situations and foul language, I feel Two Degrees Closer to Hell would be suitable for older, more mature teens.
Overall, I enjoyed each short story and each glimpse into the author's mind. I'm usually a fan of novels rather than short stories because it's easier for me to connect with the characters. With this collection of shorts however, I found myself at the mercy of my Kindle's page-turning speed, desperate to read more without pause. I made a small list of favorites including Until After Death Do Us Part, Hell Mouth, Camp Conifer, Freak Accident, Tax Exempt Status, and Mourning a Friend. I loved the imagery and twists in those particular stories. Having never heard of David Fingerman prior to signing up for this tour, I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I can't wait to pick up more of his works in the near future.
Hunt evil on a perfect day, keep away from Hell Mouth, and watch out for the Devil on Vacation. But take this collection on vacation with you and you’ll have plenty of reading to keep you awake at night.
Disclosure: I found a free ecopy and I enjoyed it.
The thing that really made this read so terrifying was that, while some of the story were supernatural/horror based fiction, some of them were so close to the madness I see in the news every day, that they were closer to non-fiction.
This book has a story in it that will speak to every type of reader, and once you are caught up in the creepiness of one story, you will want to continue until you have devoured every short story on offer. Thrilling and exciting.
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