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The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Two

(Black Room Manuscripts #2)

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Some words are born in shadows.
Some tales told only in whispers.
Under the paper thin veneer of our sanity is a world that exists. Hidden just beyond, in plain sight, waiting to consume you should you dare stray from the street-lit paths that sedate our fears.
For centuries the Black Room has stored stories of these encounters, suppressing the knowledge of the rarely seen
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Kindle Edition, 323 pages
Published July 9th 2016 by Sinister Horror Company
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David Dubrow
Jul 22, 2016 rated it liked it
The problem with reviewing a charity anthology is that if you give it anything less than a positive rating, you run the risk of shorting the charity in some way. So how to tackle The Black Room Manuscripts Volume 2, the profits of which are set to be donated to Alzheimer’s Research UK? With honesty, of course. Every piece of writing must be judged on its outcome, not its intentions.

Lacking an organizing theme, the anthology encompasses a broad variety of horror motifs, from zombie apocalypse to
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Zoe Dingwall
Aug 03, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great collection of short stories from all different areas of the horror genre. I bought this having only read previous work by one author, so it was a great introduction to the other contributors. One story fell a bit flat, and one I just plain didn't like - but all the rest are little gems waiting to be discovered. There's even one that made me genuinely sleep with the light on for the first time since I was a kid!
Nicole
Jan 25, 2018 rated it liked it
So-so

Can't say this is the best or most exciting anthology I've read, despite some big names attaches to the project. Give me stories that make me shudder, that make me laugh or give me goosebumps. Not stories that feel like a chore to get through. Still, it passed the time and its for a good cause.
Chip
Aug 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Some really fun stuff here

I have always liked anthologies as a way to introduce myself to new authors. It helps more when two of my favorites are also in it.
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J. R. Park is a writer of Horror Fiction based in Bristol, UK.

Regularly citing Guy N Smith as an influence and inspiration, it was an interview with the said author in Darkside Magazine that was the catalyst for Park to begin his career in literature.

He writes his books as if they were video nasties beamed straight from the golden era of exploitation cinema.

Other books in the series

Black Room Manuscripts (4 books)
  • The Black Room Manuscripts - Volume One
  • The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Three
  • The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Four