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Twisted Imaginings: Vol 2

3.35 of 5 stars 3.35  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Another two blood soaked tales from the author The Horror Channel is calling "The UK's Horror Supremo"... In 'The Greatest Show on Earth' we are given a new reason to fear the Big Top and clowns haven't been this scary since Pennywise... In 'The Tunnel' something is waiting in the dark and its hungry... very hungry.
ebook, 40 pages
Published October 18th 2010
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Zach Sweets
Volume 2 is much better than first volume since I liked both short story.

"The Greatest Show on Earth"

Who wouldn't be creeped out from a clown story? The story actually does look familiar. I have seen it on tv show or movie that was almost as similar as this story. The author wrote it so clear and it made it easier for me to picture them inside my head. I couldn't imagine what my life would be like if I was that innocent young boy. Although, the ending sucks. I didn't understand why.

"The Tunnel"

Now I can settle back, secure in the knowledge that I was right.
I didn't really love the first volume I read from Garry Charles, but I felt like he was an author that I would like if I read more from him. And guess what, the second set of stories was better!
Much creepier, with really well done atmosphere. I really liked the second story, "The Tunnel." Mirrors and darkened windows are such innocent things that can be so upsetting. Thanks for dredging up -those- nightmares...
This is a reread for me, these stories can be read over and over again. Can't wait to read more by this author!
Probably more of a 3.5/5 but benefit of the doubt and all of that. I mean it is Xmas eve and all so I'll round up for the guy to give 'em 4/5. The second story is the best of this little duet, at least in my opinion. The first one is about scary clowns and a demonic circus, which I normally don't like at all. That said, I was getting into this one a little bit until I felt like it had a weak ending that could have been better.
Sarah Spelbring
Still not terribly original, but good horror nonetheless. The more I read from this author the more I like his writing style.
Again, two enjoyable horror stories. I have read the first one before but it was still very good. Well worth the read.
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