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Cold, Thin Air Volume #3: A Third Collection of Disturbing Narratives and Twisted Tales

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A beautiful chandelier that betrays a horror in the English countryside, an empty interstate that is more lonely than it seems, a debt to be paid in an unnatural currency, a pocket watch which holds the sins of the wearer, the things in the forest that terrify even the dead, and an ancient creature lurking at the bottom of a lake all dwell within. Come inside and see who ...more
Paperback, 166 pages
Published September 27th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Olivia
Sep 19, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
C.K. Walker is an absolute horror debut success. I am personally offended that Hollywood makes dribble into movies but overlooks talent like this. If you're a horror fiction fan: I promise you will like C.K. Walker. Horror is largely overdone as a genre, so its refreshing to see a new TAKE on popular themes and tropes. I guarantee theres more than one story in each book that will make you take a step back and say, "Well that was messed up and not at all what I expected."

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Judy Cadena
Mar 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: NoSleep readers, Anyone who loves being immersed in a damn good story!
Shelves: horror, short-stories
See first volume for entire review but everyone should definitely read it.
Sofie
Jun 19, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019, horror
The Things We See In The Woods was pretty good! Not a fan of the others, though.
Rikke Petersen
it seems uninspired and confused in general, also seems like there was no proof reader which is a shame because it does take away from the stories.
Last story in the book is however up to standard of what I have read before, from this otherwise totally amazing author.
Waru
Please no more "BUT I WAS PHONE!!!" endings. Cold, Thin Air Vol. I was good, but this was not.
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I really enjoyed Volumes 1 and 2. I expected the same from Volume 3. With the exception of the last story Lake Kagachante, I doubted whether these stories were even written by the same author as the first two. They weren't bad, just not that great. I am generally not a grammar Nazi. I usually look over a few errors and don't dwell on it but there were way too many to ignore in this book. I can see how forth instead of fourth, son instead of sun, etc. can be over looked by a grammar check because ...more
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C.K. Walker has been published by Jitter Press, The Altar Collective, and Thought Catalog. Her stories have been adapted for audio by Chilling Tales for Dark Nights and the NoSleep Podcast.