- File Size: 1911 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0999177664
- Publisher: HellBound BooksPublishing LLC (October 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07691YS24
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #590,918 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The book starts off with a story I've read previously in another anthology: Shadows and Teeth. The story, Picture Not So Perfect, is fantastic. It's a tale of revenge, but it's so much more than that. I enjoyed it even more the second time around.
Then we have Blackout, which I decided I was going to read at like 3 AM. Bad idea. It sent my anxiety through the roof. I don't like being in the dark, because my imagination runs wild, so this story is something one should read in the daytime.
The third story, Rooms for Rent, was crazy. It reminded me of this story I read as a kid in a collection called Twisted Tales. It also sort of reminded me a little of The Moving Finger by Stephen King. That's all I'm gonna say about that.
A Mirror Never Lies is story number four, and it's a bit strange. It definitely gave off a sort of Norman Bates sort of vibe.
Story five is my favorite. It's called Caution: Slippery When Wet. A very loyal janitor who takes his job quite seriously decides he's had enough with the newer, younger management at the establishment he works in. All I can say is, this one is pretty amazing.
I'm not going to give too much more away, but I want to add in a few other stories I enjoyed.
Dark Woods was just one big ball of nope. I have some odd fears (deer, sheep, goats, mutated bunnies, giant rats, werewolves, etc), and the premise of this story is terrifying. I was like, uh...no. The story is really good, but it scared me.
Filial Cannibalism is a story that bothered me. If you know the definition of the word Filial, you'll probably understand what the story is about. And, as a mother, it horrified me. That's all I'm going to say. It's sick. But it's also well-written and is meant to shock. It's not bad. It just bothered me.
Magic Beans was pretty great. I love fairytale retellings, and this one is seriously disturbed. Drugs, kink, and murder. That's all I can tell you.
Sleigh Sisters amused me. I liked the direction it went. That's a fun Christmas read.
And the last story, A Box Full of Kinks, was probably my second favorite. Jodie is into some really odd things. A first she thinks she's a pervert and there's something wrong with her, but then she decides to own it. The ending is one that will either make you cheer or cringe. I guess it depends on who you are.
Overall, I really enjoyed this collection of crazy, messed up horror stories. If you're into delving into the dark psyches of human beings, definitely pick up a copy of Psychological Breakdown. You won't be disappointed.
I give it 4.5 stars.