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The Collected Nightmares by Fred Wiehe
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Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewer: Alice Clary
A collection of stories, poems and novellas covering pretty much every scary thing you can imagine, including monsters, ghosts, demons, evil doppelgangers and good old-fashioned murderers. Some of my favorites were The Reckoning, a satisfying story about vengeance and bullies. Another was My Only Daddy. This one was a bit sad, yet clever and spine-chilling. Another of my top choices was the final one, Dead Girl, about a romance with a dead woman, though not in a perverted way. You’d just have to read it to understand. What a great way to end the collection.

“The Collection of Nightmares” is a fitting title. These tales encompass pretty much everything nightmares are made of—in a creepily fun way. I thoroughly enjoyed each of the included works of this author. The only thing that would have made it better is just a bit of editing, although the minor issues were not enough to detract from my enjoyment. I’m not into poetry, but even the poems were entertaining and chilling. It’s been a long time since I’ve read scary stories, and these satisfied my craving. Settle in for a dark, deliciously chilling joy ride through this collection of stories. You’ll want to sleep with one eye open, if you can sleep at all.


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August 2, 2019 – Shelved

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