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Nightly Visits (The Re-release + 2 Brand New Stories)

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When you close your eyes, where do you go? What do you see? The moment you drift off into that world of the unknown, you are on a rollercoaster ride, speeding down a track that takes you anywhere it wants to take you. Often it takes us to places that we would never voluntarily go when we’re awake, into a world of darkness, tragedy, and fear. In this virtual reality world, ...more
Paperback, 2nd, 456 pages
Published October 18th 2016 by Jaded Books Publishing (first published February 13th 2014)
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Matthew Williams
Jun 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It's been a long while since I read a collection of short stories and I'd forgotten how much I enjoyed them. Stephen Helmes does a great job with Nightly Visits and he does have a great imagination and an immersive writing style. I was able to picture the characters and the scenes with ease, and I thoroughly enjoyed the mad and twisted stories (I do mean that in a good way!) Definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys horror and the strange world of dreams. A great read!
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Nightmares inspire me. Crazy? Perhaps, or maybe I just have such a love for horror that the virtual reality world you go into deep within your unconscious mind is so realistic that it's better than any film you can watch or book you can read. This is what made me want to write my first book, Nightly Visits, and the reason I am still writing today, and will be writing for as long as I am able to h ...more