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At Death's Door

4.20  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Walk down a cracked and mossy path to twenty-four unique and imaginative tales of death and beyond. Inside these pages you will discover death in its many forms, from natural causes and accidents, to the not so accidental. Families bid emotional farewells, killers plan their crimes, and creatures from the other side seek their prey.

Death keeps a place for everyone.

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Paperback, 225 pages
Published February 17th 2020 by Pixie Forest Publishing
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Ashley Lambright
Great Variety

This anthology has a fantastic variety from a great group of authors. Some stories will pull all your heartstrings while others will have you sleeping with the lights on. Well done.
Christy Myers
Too depressing

I'm a big fan of horror in just about any form, if it's a novel, short stories of somewhere in between. But to me these stories were more sad than scary.

Mar 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
24 engaging, well written stories about death

At Death's Door is a new anthology, recently published on 17th February. All 24 stories have very different takes on the subject of death. Some are supernatural, some have dark humour, while others are heartbreaking. All were engaging, well-written and with thrilling, unpredictable twists. Many of the stories left me reeling from the unpredictable endings, and I had to take time to process what just happened!

I also really liked the little drawings at
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Elizabeth Joyce is an essayist, poet, and author. Her eclectic collection of works can be found in a variety of online and print publications.

Elizabeth shares her truths as a cancer survivor, mom via IVF/FET & gestational surrogacy, anxiety struggler, family historian, budget traveler, and simple, ordinary life enthusiast. She lives in Illinois with her husband, son, and twin daughters.

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