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They Move Below by Karl Drinkwater
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it was amazing
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Talk about shivers and skin crawls... I'm still recovering. All these wonderful short stories, every one of them different and only varying on the scales weighing 'creepies' by the emotion and the level of it. Good sized tales, very reminiscent of Stephen King early days and Skeleton Crew, (and we all know where 'Children of the Corn' went on to become). I especially didn't like the one where he was lodged in the dark crack underground, no... come to think on it... there was a few I especially didn't like. I'd recommend this Book to anyone who can sit alone reading comfortably with this genre. Can't fault the writing (you know how we do that even when we're not trying), it flows nicely, getting the message across with ease.
Thank you to Story Cartel for their free download File for Review.
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May 15, 2016 – Finished Reading
May 23, 2016 – Shelved
May 23, 2016 – Shelved as: reviewed

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