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Kensington Gore's Twisted Tails Paperback – October 2, 2013
About the Author
Kensington Gore is the infamous Hammered Horror film director, that according to myth and legend fake theatre and movie blood was named after. One of Horror's most shocking founding fathers Kensington has always courted controversy with some of his banned classics "The Mummy's Ring" "Kiss of the Spider Monkey!" and The Human Caterpillar!" That are soon to be turned into books, with unique book first "Director's Commentaries!" After a twenty year break, and reports of his death being somewhat exaggerated, he's back writing and directing. His popular Twisted Tales short story collections which currently number seven are going into novellas and helping up and coming young authors. As is his short story collection Kensington Gore's Twisted Tails, a collection with all royalties going to animal charity the RSPCA. His Hammered Horror series of books, are all about horror and gore. These scary novellas and novels will be out soon to scare you and educate you into the horrific side of horror and the movie business.
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Top Customer Reviews
Normally I find collections from a variety of authors like this to be a bit of a mixed bag but I'm glad to say that wasn't the case with this well compiled collection. Each story was satisfying in it's own way and all of them were of a well written standard. I enjoyed My Wife Bob, The Scared Crow, The Lucky Rabbit's Foot and Kensington Gore's own short stories the most. My Wife Bob was twisted in a clever and amusing way. The Scared Crow was atmospheric and spooky with a very unexpected twist. The Lucky Rabbit's Foot read a bit like a fable and it both horrified and amused me. Kensington Gore's stories were immensely entertaining.
All in all, I really enjoyed reading these fantastic stories and was entertained from start to finish. I would recommend this collection to anyone who enjoys a good short story. The collection has been put together very well and not only that, the profits also go to charity. What more can you really ask for?