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You must read the introduction to Poe's new book for the health and safety of your loved ones. Discover the answer to a mystery and fourteen tales guaranteed to entertain. Paperback version
Paperback, 114 pages
Published October 29th 2010 by Infinity Publishing (PA)
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Grace Krispy
Jan 07, 2011 Grace Krispy rated it really liked it
Frank Poe has compiled an intriguing collection of stories, poems, and artwork. The tales are short, very readable, and certainly twisted- some with better twists than others. Some made me cringe, some surprised me in a fun way, some made me think, and some just left me thinking "eh..."

The book starts off with a lengthy introduction that discusses the writer's own experiences with an illness that brought him close to death, and then discusses reincarnation and religion. It's a manifesto of sorts
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Chrissy
Jan 16, 2011 Chrissy rated it really liked it

Raven Wings and 13 more twisted tales are just that twisted. I enjoyed reading these short stories and the poems in this book. I read just about any kind of book out there some bother me and some don't but all are worth reading. With that said most of the stories in this book didn't bother me at all.... They were well written and kept my attention to the end....

There were two of the stories that bothered me getting threw them but that is because of the situation they were in not because of the a
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Nathalie Brault
Jan 23, 2011 Nathalie Brault rated it really liked it
Bravo to Frank G Poe, JR for this well written book. I absolutely loved it. Not only is it well written but it brought out in me some totally different emotions in me. As different as the14 tales and poems are so were the emotions that were stirring in me. And when an author stirs emotions in me whether good or bad, I says job well done. I read all sorts of book's work is always worth reading. And in this case, Poe's work is absolutely brilliant, that is my personal opinion. Each tale is ...more
Literary
Jan 02, 2011 Literary rated it really liked it
Well, the title is definitely accurate ... this book does encompass 14 twisted tales. I've always been a fan of Edgar Allen Poe, so when I saw this author's last name was Poe I was really intrigued to read this book. There's more than just the similarity of the last name. In the introduction, the author makes the insinuated claim that he is the reincarnation of E. A. Poe himself ... along with a few other people. Do I believe him? Well, that's not really the point of a review is it? =)

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Teresa Gabelman
Oct 07, 2012 Teresa Gabelman rated it it was amazing
Raven Wings and 13 More Twisted Tales was a pretty wild ride for me and I loved it. From the Introduction, which was very thought provoking, to the last twisted tale 'A Jersey Tale' I found myself wanting more. Actually a few of the stories I wished had a few more pages, but only to see where Mr. Poe may have went with it and not because the story fell short. In fact Mr. Poe is a excellent closer on his short stories which I believe is very hard to do. I'm just a selfish reader who always wants ...more
iamjenai
Jan 09, 2011 iamjenai rated it really liked it
Do you believe in reincarnation? If so, you will enjoy this book. According to the author, some of us have been here multiple times while others are new at it. He claims he was an old soul and that he's the reincarnation of someone famous.

I don't believe in reincarnation, that some of us are born again in another body after we have died but I must admit that this theory has long piqued my interest. If you believe in reincarnation, you might want to buy this book and that was just the introducti
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Lindsay
Apr 10, 2011 Lindsay rated it it was ok
Raven Wings and 13 More Twisted Tales is a compilation of short stories by Frank Poe written in a similar style to the popular tales written by his ancestor, Edgar Allen Poe. Frank’s tales range from his own personal stories to modern tales with strong influences from the famous works of Edgar A. Poe. From the back of the book- “You must read the introduction to Poe's new book for the health and safety of your loved ones. Discover the answer to a mystery over 160 years old and fourteen tales ...more
Carrie Green
Apr 29, 2012 Carrie Green rated it it was amazing
As I write this review, The Raven, a movie that stars John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe is scheduled to be released on Friday.  I'm a huge Poe fan, but I'm viewing this news with a mixture of anticipation and dread.  I'm hopeful that it might be good, a suitable tribute to the horror master who first sparked many readers' interest in the genre, but I'm worried that it may be a terrible.  At the very least, I'm hoping it will remind the general public about Poe and create a renewed interest in his ...more
Frank Poe
Jul 07, 2012 Frank Poe rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Fans of the genre
A must read introduction for Edgar Allan Poe fans, this book contains the spine-tingling title short short and 13 more twisted tales from humor to Twilight Zone style horror and science fiction.
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