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Nightmare Fuel: Volume 1

4.45  ·  Rating Details  ·  11 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Nightmare Fuel is twenty short horror fictions, plucked from the mind of the author in a wild attempt to stave off an annual influx of sleep-deprivation-inducing nightmares. From werewolves to walking statues to the question of humanity in tiny alien cephalopods, there's fuel aplenty for your own nightmares from under the bed.
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Published April 20th 2012
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Brian Harmon
May 27, 2012 Brian Harmon rated it really liked it
An enjoyable read with some really entertaining stories. Absolutely worth checking out, especially if you like your horror a tad on the lighter side. It could probably benefit from one more thorough edit, but overall it was quite well done. I look forward to more.
Sara M.
This is the second collection of short stories I am reviewing for Andrea. If you missed my other review of her erotica collection, check it out. Honestly, I enjoyed this collection much more than the erotica collection. It’s unfair to call this collection a fantasy collection, horror, or a sci-fi collection. The focus on these stories is: nightmares and the things that scare us. These are predominately pieces of writing exercises put together from her own Nightmare Fuel project on Google+. After ...more
Eoghann Irving
May 24, 2012 Eoghann Irving rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
Nightmare Fuel is an short fiction (flash fiction if you want to get specific) anthology. As the name suggests these speculative fiction shorts are aimed at creeping you out or making you shudder.

Flash fiction anthologies can be a little frustrating to read. Sometimes you're just getting into a story and already it's done. There's little time for building characters of any depth.

But there are certain rewards too. The variety of settings and ideas on display here is impressive and there was no si
Ilyanna kreske
Sep 28, 2012 Ilyanna kreske rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction, erotica
Don't be fooled by how short these stories are - they will sneak up on you days later with an idea or image that's hard to shake. Artfully odd, sparely written, each one is unique and a refreshing change of pace from modern "horror" writing.
Eric Bahle
Aug 08, 2012 Eric Bahle rated it really liked it
Very cool collection of short fiction. Here's my Amazon review...
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