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Unknown Pleasures

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Sentient power tools, snuff film ghosts, conjoined twins, and a very, very inconvenient demonic possession...

A collection of dark fiction, including the Dark Recesses Press Deja Vu Horror contest-winning story "Severance," and fan favorite "TEETHgrinder."

Table of Contents

Severance
Commitments
Dust
The Proposal
TEETHgrinder
Carrion Moon
Still Life, with Tools
Dead Things
Soft, like
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ebook, 133 pages
Published February 24th 2012 (first published February 23rd 2012)
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Darcia Helle
After reading Changes by Charles Colyott, I was eager to dive into more of his writing. I'd been warned that this collection is dark and twisted, and indeed it is. But I like dark and twisted, so I proceeded past the caution sign. I found these stories are well written and oddly captivating (like a bad accident you can't look away from).

The Proposal explores the question of what we'd do for love, and what happens when the one we love is in love with another. But, of course, the story is deeper t
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NumberLord
Aug 27, 2012 NumberLord rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
This book is like Chicken Soup for the Soul, if your soul has been crushed by a dark unspeakable evil. The standouts:

Severance -- A cool tale of vengeance with a Twilight Zoney feel.
The Proposal -- A tale of true love, but probably not the good kind.
TEETHgrinder -- He had 49 teeth by the time he was 6. And no matter how many were pulled, more came in. So, of course, he had to do something with those teeth.
Carrion Moon -- A mixture of werewolf and zombies.
Soft, like Her -- Another tale of love
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Patricia Ward
read it already but nothing memorable.
Tiffany
Aug 07, 2012 Tiffany rated it liked it
A collection of dark, twisted, and rather entertaining short stories, more than a few of them I wished there had been more of. One is pretty gross, but to the authors credit, you are warned...doesn't stop you from reading it, but at least you can prepare yourself.
Sheri White
Jun 07, 2012 Sheri White rated it really liked it
Pretty good stories, a strong collection. Review to come soon.
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