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Dawn of the Monsters (Amazing Monster Tales Book 1)

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Love pulp fiction?
Amazing Monster Tales is here to provide it!

11 tales of monsters, mayhem, strange and inexplicable events, uncanny technologies, wildly improbable events, and more. Some monsters you’ve seen before…
And some of them you haven’t!
Some monsters are the good guys…
And some of them are very, very bad indeed!

Featuring stories by:

Dean Wesley Smith • Ro
Kindle Edition, 276 pages
Published December 6th 2018 by Borogrove Press
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A really great collection of stories - of monsters from vampires to Swamp Monsters. I enjoyed every story a lot. I think my favorites were 'Bitch' by PD Cacek and 'Bargain Hunter' by Rebeccas M. Senese. Also got introduced to many more great authors I will have to read more from. ...more
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This collection of classic style pulp monster tales was a delightful treat.

Yes, I have a story in it, and that's how I discovered it. But I was impressed with the tales by the other authors in this collection that reminded me of some of the creepy and eerie comics I used to enjoy reading when I was a kid. It brought back all the same wonderful goosebumps and fun atmospheric tales that I loved getting lost in.
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