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SEVER, SLICE and STAB: 20 tales of horror

3.59  ·  Rating Details ·  17 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
20 horror short stories from author Ty Johnston.

Sever, Slice and Stab gathers together 18 tales published in three separate e-books, the first titled Sever, another titled Slice, and the third titled Stab. Also included are two new stories.

Inside you will find tales of ancient evils, modern terrors, serial killers, the walking dead, a touch of science fiction and much, mu
Kindle Edition, 162 pages
Published October 6th 2010 by Logical Misanthropy
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Melissa Vicente
Jan 18, 2012 Melissa Vicente rated it really liked it
Good amount of short stories and a perfect amount of scary. Recommended.
Nov 25, 2012 Jessica rated it liked it
This author has potential to be more and write more... Sadly, however, it took me a month to get through a book with only 20 stories because I just couldn't get into them. I couldn't get excited about them to WANT to keep reading. But, I pushed myself to finish because there are glimmers of some really good things in here. I hope he takes the time to further develop some of these into longer versions with more character and/or story development. He might do well. Of couse, this is just my opinio ...more
Jan 21, 2011 Dan rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
pretty good stories all around, really compelling, gripping. The only complaint I had was that the ibook I bought had about six of the stories I couldn't read due to some weird font situation where all the words ran together. Otherwise, I highly recommend this book.

Wanted to update this review to say the ibook version has been fixed, so my only complaint is no longer valid.
Aug 04, 2011 Shelley rated it really liked it
Another great collection of short stories that are not the average hum-drum horror stories. There are some surprises in here and they are very enjoyable. Good quick read.
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A former newspaper journalist, Ty Johnston was born and raised in central Kentucky. Now living in North Carolina and focused upon fiction writing, mainly fantasy, he spends his time writing, reading and recalling memories of his late wife.
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