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- Print Length: 174 pages
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- Publisher: Omnium Gatherum (January 11, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 11, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006WPW5YG
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This collection is also very unique because it isn't just completely horror or fantasy or bizarro but a combination of many different genres. While there was one, maybe two I didn't care too much for, it wasn't due to poor writing or grammar. All stories are banging. Two of the ones that really stood out for me were "Let Them Into Your Heart" by Lee Widener and "Shots and Cuts" by Mary Borsellino. There were also some names of authors I recognized in the anthology like Patrick Kealan Burke, Jeremy C. Shipp, and Louise Bohmer.
This collection is a must have if you enjoy creepy stories that make you think long and hard about things after you've finished reading for the night.
(Shots and Cuts by Mary Borsellino) Real articles about killers and lesbians doing shitty stuff. And YouTube videos with people's reactions. After watching them. 3.5★'s
(The Tick Rock Heart by L.S. Murphy) When her sister comes to visit with her heart out of tune. She says "I can fix it" 3.5★'s
(Candy Lady by Neil Davies) a bloody collection. The story of a stalker. 4★'s
(Crawling the Insect Life by Opal Edgar) A Creepy taxidermist finally set free of his cumbersome emotions. Sure to have you checking you pillows before you go to bed 4★'s
But L.S. Murphy (author) of The Tick-Tock Heart was one of the best stories in the book. It was a little predictable, but it was written well.
Brent Michael Kelley (author) of Ride, was the most twisted but he writes very well so it was a twisted fun read.
There were others to be sure but those are the first two that came to mind, at the moment.
Note: This book was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest review.