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by more…Michael Thomas-Knight (Goodreads Author), Carl Barker (Goodreads Author), Pete Aldin (Goodreads Author), Tim Jeffreys (Goodreads Author), Michael R. Colangelo, Tim Tobin, Kerry G.S. Lipp, Greg McWhorter (Goodreads Author), S.J.I. Holliday (Goodreads Author), T. Fox Dunham (Goodreads Author), Kathy Ferrell (Goodreads Author), Chris White (Goodreads Author), Timothy McGivney (Goodreads Author), Trevor Firetog (Goodreads Author), Layla Cummins (Goodreads Author), C.C. Adams (Goodreads Author), James Dorr (Goodreads Author), Matthew R. Davis (Goodreads Author), Steven Grassie (Goodreads Author), Miranda Kate (Goodreads Author), Susi Holliday (Goodreads Author) …less , , , , , , ,
From one hundred of the world's finest storytellers of the macabre comes an epic anthology of short form terror fiction that will frighten, disturb and delight the reader. With stories from award-winning writers and emerging stars.
Paperback, First, 482 pages
Published October 4th 2013 by CreateSpace
(first published January 5th 2013)
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Oct 21, 2018 Bea Charmed rated it liked it
Super short stories, under 10 pages, and some authors didn't pull it off but overall it's a good collection of dark fantasy and horror.
This is a big book. 100 stories are packed into this one and I am surprised at how amazing they were. There might have been one or two that didn't grab me, but they are short and still worth a read. Normally I do a breakdown of my favorite stories and why, but with 100 of them to choose from, it's not going to happen. I will mention the gems in this one, the ones that stand out and deserve a 5 1/2 star rating. These are the top 10 in no particular order: Michael Bailey's It Tears Away, Eric J. G ...more
Jan 20, 2015 K.N. rated it really liked it
This was a fun collection of (very) short stories. A handful of them even managed to scare me! The collection includes some classic short stories towards the end, but at first I found the transition confusing. The older stories aren't really introduced, but overall this was a good, fun anthology.