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A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine by Jeani Rector
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it was amazing

I am a huge fan of anthologies, so when I saw this one full of well established writers and those new to the scene, I was anxious to get a copy. I was not disappointed. Jeani Rector has packed the book with so much talent, it is a steal for the cost. It is full of fiction, poetry, art and articles that should leave everyone satisfied.

Some of the best stories would have to be "The Soldier" by Shaun Meeks, "Scream Queen" by Ed Gorman, "The Night Visitor" by Joe McKinney, "Clawed Sod" by Christian A. Larsen, "The Audit" by Susie Maloney, "What Darkness Does" by Graham Masterton, Husks and Formless Ruins" by Tom Piccirilli and "Masks" by Taylor Grant. Not to say the rest of the stories aren't good, there isn't a stinker in the bunch. This is a must for true horror fans.
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Taylor Dave, thanks so much for the review and for taking the time to acknowledge my story. I greatly appreciate it. I'm honored to share pages with so many incredible authors.

Best, Taylor


Michael Fierce Dave, sounds way up my alley and I hadn't come across this one yet. I've been following Joe R. Lansdale's career since I was a teen. Thx!!!


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