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Sinister Stitches: a collection of short horror stories (Shadow Fabric Mythos) by [Cassell, Mark]
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  • File Size: 3087 KB
  • Print Length: 128 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Herbs House; 1 edition (October 31, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0136AB6XK
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Sinister Stitches is an excellent collection of short stories by an aspiring author. I was first introduced to the author when I read his novel The Shadow Fabric. I was hooked. The talent that was clearly visible within that first book has spilled over into this collection. Cassell has a great ability to weave a tale that is full of suspense mixed with a bit of blood and gore. I enjoyed reading each short in this collection, though many of them seemed to end the same. I don't feel this is a negative though, as the collection is clearly based on the Shadow Fabric mythos he has created. Even with similar end results, each story was entertaining on their own. I highly recommend this collection to the fan of blood, gore, slimey black ooze, horror and terror.
4.25 of 5 Stars (rounds to 4)
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Terrific collection of short stories sure to keep you awake at night! My personal favorite is Red, White, and Black. If you've ever thought about participating in a clinical trial, Red, White, and Black is likely to push that thought right out of your mind. Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy today.
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Sinister Stitches is a collection. As such questions of pace, character development and an over all plot of the book isn't exactly the best. But that's Amazon's issue. If you want a collection of quick reads, some that will leave you thinking, others that will leave your imagination flowing.. Then Sinister Stitches is the book for you.

Old men, young boys, maids and maidens sometimes evil, sometimes good, sometimes possessed by evil, and sometimes given to good. All of which can be found in the various stories within. The best parts for me has been that the stories are various lengths some shorter than others and so a few minutes is well rewarded with a shiver, or a thought that keeps you going till your next stitch.
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I am new to Mark Cassell's books. I became aware of him from an advertisement on Twitter for another book of his. The advertisement was a tweeted by author Iain Rob Wright. I am a big fan of Wright, so I trusted him to promote a good author. I looked at Amazon to read a description of the book and came across this one. I love short horror stories, so this was the one for me. I downloaded it right away and read it in two sittings.

Perhaps if I was familiar with Mr. Cassell's works, some things he refers in this book to might have been clearer for me. The cover says "In The Shadow Fabric Mythos". I don't know what that is and I don't know what "mythos" means. Shadows are mentioned in other stories. Some stories take place in or near a town called Mabley Holt. I don't know if that town is significant or if it has played a role of any of his other works. I wish I was more clear on these points.

I love short horror stories and I enjoyed these very much. The writing is very good and the stories held my interest. I really enjoyed "On The Vine", a story about two campers who get tied up in a creepy situation. I also like "Red, White and Black" You might want to think twice before participating in any clinical trial after reading this one. It is the longest story in the book. However, it was not boring and held my interest throughout the entire story. "Meeting Mum" was also very good. Tells the story of a young man who finally brings his girlfriend home to meet his mother. Read the story to find out what took him so long. I had a difficult time staying interested in "The Artist and the Crone". This was the only story I did not like. It did not take away the fact that I enjoyed this collection of short horror stories very much.

I plan to read more books and stories by Mark Cassell. I just need to learn what "In The Shadow Fabric Myrhos" means!
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