Horror Anthology 2016

(6 customer reviews)

A plethora of powerful parables by prolific perpetrators of perverse print like Jonathan Maberry, Thomas Malafarina and other maleficent malcontents.

Description

A plethora of powerful parables by prolific perpetrators of perverse print like Jonathan Maberry, Thomas Malafarina and other maleficent malcontents.

Stories Included:
Jonathan Maberry – Mystic
Thomas Malafarina – Foreword and The Path
D.F. Holland – Gathering of Souls
Tim Marquitz – The Err Apparent
Jim Goforth – Dead Tree Creepers
Michael Thomas-Knight – Dead Song
Ken Goldman – Road Kill

 

 

 

 

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6 reviews for Horror Anthology 2016

  1. 4 out of 5

    Digital Dreamer

    This is a great anthology with a great mix of stories that I read through pretty quickly. Just like all anthologies there were some stories I liked better than others but there wasn’t a story that I hated or skipped. Each story brought something different to the table and I found myself getting lost in the stories.

    I would recommend this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    I enjoyed the majority of these stories. Most were well written and presented some interesting scenarios and worlds. A good collection.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike E. Walsh Jr.

    AWESOME

  4. 5 out of 5

    JET

    wonderful wonderful in every way. this book is too good to be true . really highly reccommended. i dont know what else to say.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachell W

    These short stories are great. None boring enough to skip and they were spooky in all the right spots. I will be looking into other books by these authors. Thank you for this compilation, it was very enjoyable.

  6. 2 out of 5

    Mase Hacker

    Read this through kindle unlimited. The stories read like they are from a college creative writing class. They are cohesive, have good editing, and are complete stories with beginnings, middles, and endings. A couple I was invested in the characters. But for the most part, they were just off on getting characters to have real depth or sometimes any interesting perspectives at all. The situations themselves were interesting concepts, though, which is why I gave this 2 stars.

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