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- Print Length: 341 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1534818367
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: CHBB Publishing (June 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HDOT9IO
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #368,061 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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All the authors did a great job with the suspense and 'horror' in their own tales - some scarier than others!
The book, as a whole, was an enjoyable read. As always with an anthology, I had some favourites!
I loved the suspense and creepiness of Lily Luchesi's Too Young to Kill, although at the end I wanted it to continue so that Drew and Adrienne 'got what they deserved', as Elisa wasn't portrayed as a bad person through the story!
I also enjoyed the tension of both Living Nightmare by Savannah Rohleder and The House on Juniper Lane by Jaidis Shaw. Both of these stories were menacing and had great unexpected endings.
The entire book proved to be a fun read, but I definitely had a couple of favorite shorts; The House on Juniper Lane, by Jaidis Shaw, and Dorcha Scath, by Liz Butcher. Both of these stories had twists I did not see coming!
If you're looking for a fun and spooky summer read, I think Lurking in the Shadows is worth picking up!
An anthology of Paranormal, Supernatural, thrillers and horror.
I am not normally a horror fan but sometimes it's good to give yourself a good scare...lol
I find horror movies funny I know weird right but books I find harder they seem more real even though I know it's a work of fiction my mind tends to work in over drive making the horror stories come to life in my mind.
Lurking in the Shadows was a great compilation of short stories I really enjoyed the whole anthology each author has a unique was of spinning a story, I will definitely be looking for more from each of these authors, Especillay Liz Butcher, Jaidis Shaw and Tania Hagan their stories are my top three from this anthology.
Lurking in the Shadows comprises the following short stories:
“Release” by E.M. Fitch
I loved the first line 'I wonder if I'm wearing clean underwear', this was something my grandmother always told me to do lol and not just make it clean underwear but nice girly underwear, just in case cause you never know what will happen :-)
“On Two Lane Roads” by Shelly Schulz
Perfect partners, light and dark, opposites in so many ways but with one common goal to save humanity and above all else save Anna.
“Too Young to Kill” by Lily Luchesi
Well I have to start with Elisa Walker obviously a great character how could she not be when we share a first name :-)..... ok this really was a weird one I didn't get the impression that Elisa Walker was a bad person at all Adrienne yes she came across as really weirdly creepy and the boyfriend Drew came across as a real jerk but it was weird Elisa came across as a good person but she was the one who ended up dead I'm not happy with this story at all for those reasons, what I did like was the spooky side of the story, the description of the creepy house was good but the actual story as a whole just didn't make sense, if Elisa was a bad person she certainly wasn't portrayed that way throughout the story.
“An Empty Building” by Jacqueline E. Smith
Demons and churches, dark shadows a guys with a video recorder, you just know this is gonna be a good scare. Oh yes that was a good scare lol Loved it.
“Living Nightmare” by Savannah Rohleder
Kids imaginations always get the better of them, it's only as adults we can truly see whats lurking in the shadows or can we? Adelaide sees shadows everywhere what do they really want. Living Nightmare is dark and freaky I couldn't put it down.
“The House on Juniper Lane” by Jaidis Shaw
A creepy house where murder and mayhem surround.
Teenagers and creepy houses just fit together...lol but seriously where is the romance, guy's taking your dates to a haunted house thats just so wrong...lol oh the end was good. I am so not giving spoilers away but there were shocks and twists in this one I did not see coming.
“Dorcha Scath” by Liz Butcher
When friends get together and rituals go very very wrong. A great short. A scary, thrilling story with great twists. I loved how the story started out seemingly innocent friends getting together, bonding and then a twist and a scare and...... wow
“Scream for the Night” by Gina A. Watson
Banshee's and lots of screaming what more can you ask for. I have not read a banshee story before I really enjoyed this short it had a great thrilling storyline and good characters.
“Bump in the Night, Inc” by Melody Black
Bitch slapping ghosts, there really is nothing better than a good ghost story and this one was extra spooky.
“Revenant” by Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Vampires, Wraiths and a scary good story. A great take on a vampire story. I loved that Aisling wasn't willing to just give up even after everything she had been through.
“Lizzie” by Tania Hagan.
Ok this was my number 1 favourite of them all, oh sweet Lizzie and Laura omg what she went through to crawl out of her darkness Lizzie helped her find the light and Brad truly loves her there was a ghostly romantic mystery about this story and it was sweet, really sweet
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