Here's what FANGORIA had to say about a few of the tales: "Harper Hull's shocker "Amy Lou's Ice Cream Parlor" is an absolute sucker punch to the gut. Hull drags us down into the spectral depths of his protagonist's heartbreaking depravity-and never brings us back. Discovering this story at the tail end of the collection is just about enough to justify the entire purchase price. Hull is not alone. Desmond Warzel's "The Elephant in the Marble" allows the reader to rubberneck through his narrator's own compellingly hazy drug-induced demise. Craig Saunders' "The Hole in the Fence" strikes its own confident balance between character and concept, while the sheer dissoluteness of Barry Napier's "Lunatic Mile" deserves mention for tapping the reader's gag reflex rather than just settling for a simple gag."
Contents include stories by: Adrian Ludens; Pete Mesling; Jenna M. Pitman; Matthew Moore; Jessy Marie Roberts; G. Winston Hyatt; Monique Bos; Stephanie Kincaid; Desmond Warzel; David Bernstein; Bryan Oftedahl; Keith J. Scales; Stephen Hill; Craig Saunders; Murphy Edwards; Michael Hughes; Lawrence Conquest; Joshua Scribner; Piper Morgan; Lawrence Salani; Lee Clark Zumpe; Barry Napier; Kendra Lisum; Brendan P. Myers; Brian Barnett; Brick Marlin; Deena Lyvang; Kevin Brown; Harper Hull; Robert Essig and E.R. Delafield.
HorrorNews.net says: "Creepy, macabre subject matter fills the pages of Blood Bound Books first anthology. Night Terrors 31 tales of horror ranging from stories of serial killers, to monsters, to evil itself. There are stories here to satisfy anyone's palate and quench anyone's thirst for blood and gore."