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Tales Of Terror From The Tunnel's Mouth by Chris Priestley
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Sep 22, 11

Read in September, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Ah, the horror story. I absolutely love a good spine-tingler, though sometimes it compromises my sleep. :( This wasn't horrifying, but it was a neat little ditty. I did appreciate that each story was scarier then the last, and I loved the flavour of this book. It harkened back to olden days England, Victorian era sort of magical and colourful and yet it was bleak and disturbing. I also loved the way the author teased you with hints to the mystery, always just keeping the answer out of reach. It was like exploring the imagination darkly. And, there was something just so disturbing you can't quite put your finger on till the end, when it's all wrapped up tight. This book isn't seriously scary, as it warns, but if you want a book of creepy little tales for the dark imagination, this is the book for you.
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