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Lost Signals Paperback – July 30, 2016
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"This book will probably make you paranoid, if you weren't already. And if you were already, well, I have it on good authority that tinfoil only amplifies the signals." -Christine Morgan, The Horror Fiction Review "The voices gathered here are as diverse and disturbing as sussurating whispers between radio stations or a signal from a dead man's hand. Lost Signals is one of the most haunting and engaging anthologies I've read in a long time, filled with equal measures of darkness and brilliance. If you're looking to be terrified and entertained, read on but do exercise some caution." -Shane Douglas Keene, Shotgun Logic "Lost Signals is a superb anthology. [ . . . ] Creepy and weird." -Adrian Shotbolt, BeavistheBookhead "One of the most genuinely disturbing anthologies in recent memory." -Brian O'Connell
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Long story short: this is a great collection and you should have already picked it up and checked it out, so stop wasting your life.
Since I use text-to-speech on my Kindle to read, it threw me off when it jumped from one story to the next without mention of the story title.
So I liked the concept. And I liked a couple of storries. But many I skipped after a page or two as it *was* the multiple personalities talking through the pages.
Not my cup of tea, which is quite broad, but it may well be yours.