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Shades of Fear: A Charity Anthology Paperback – February 28, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
Each story is so unique, yet they all deliver on the different "shades" of what we fear. The description and detail of the stories had me holding my breath with each turn of the page. It was like I was sixteen again and reading Stephen King under the covers.
I felt like I was right there with the characters, trying to survive their fears.
It was a very refreshing book and a relaxing way to spend a day, as I glided from one story to the next, some scarier than others and some more disturbing and graphic than others. I particularly enjoyed the story of young George, who touched my heart because of the underlying reasons for his actions. I could mention all the stories, as there was not one I didn't enjoy.
I must say that I would really like to see this being followed up because of the sheer enjoyment and pace of the material inside this scary cover...I am just glad I didn't read it at night by candlelight. A highly recommended book.
From twenty-two very disturbed minds, come tales of madness and terror that should not be read before bedtime.
The highlights are DK Cassidy's "George" and "T209" by Shannon McLoud, both of which are exemplary tales that demonstrate that fear is in the mind as much as it in the monsters.
If you enjoyed "The Mammoth Book of Horrors..." series, or the works of ST Joshi, then you will love these short stories.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
From the big C to the monster under the bed, the Shades of Fear anthology does indeed collect tales of fear in its many shades, offering word pictures and stories of dreads that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sheila Deeth
I read another collection by this author/group and loved it. This one is as great. I will keep buying them!Published 22 months ago by ADR
Fear comes in many shades and on many levels. I found some stories amusing and very entertaining, while others played havoc on my personal phobias and had me reaching for the nite... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gidget's Gadget
Intersting book. Most of the stories captured my imagination, letting me enter the world the author created. The Beginning of the End by Tom Deady is one of my favorites. Read morePublished on July 24, 2014 by Steve Leary
Fear comes in many different shades. Every story in this collection is a different take on fear. Some are traditional horror stories, while others range into the world of the... Read morePublished on May 25, 2014 by Paws
Great collection of horror stories.
I absolutely love charity books! What a great way to help the ones in need! Read more
Take my advice…. If you scare easily like I do, don’t read this book after the sun goes down. Some stories will leave you uneasy, while others will chill you right to the bone. Read morePublished on April 1, 2014 by Sc30
This is an excellent collection of well written short stories that are guaranteed to creep you out! My favorite was “George” by D.K. Cassidy. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Jim