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A Christmas Horror Story - Sebastian Gregory
A Christmas Horror Story
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On the night before Christmas, lock the doors to the house…Forget the jolly old man in his red, big-buttoned suit. Because another creature is up on the roof, preparing for his annual visit to little children everywhere.With a belt of knives round his waist, a writhing bag on his back and a... show more
On the night before Christmas, lock the doors to the house…Forget the jolly old man in his red, big-buttoned suit. Because another creature is up on the roof, preparing for his annual visit to little children everywhere.With a belt of knives round his waist, a writhing bag on his back and a Santa-sized appetite, he’s a little…different to the St Nick you might be expecting. And you can leave out all the carrots and mince pies you like…but it’s you he’s after. A horrid Christmas to all, and a terrible night.Every white Christmas has a dark side. Don’t miss A Christmas Horror Story, the gruesomely festive new story from Sebastian Gregory. Praise for Sebastian Gregory'It reminded me of Tim Burton’s ‘The Corpse Bride’ and ‘The Nightmare before Christmas’ which I really loved - Candy's Bookcase on The Boy in the Cemetery 'Within the pages of The Boy in the Cemetery, I found that incredible part of my imagination that I realise I'd lost somewhere in the process of growing up. I was enthralled, entranced, and completely enchanted. I would happily, happily, happily read anything by Sebastian all day long.' - 5 cupcakes from Becca's Books to The Boy in the Cemetery 'Every now and then you come across a book that blows you away, this is one of those books.' - 5 stars from Nicky Peacock to The Asylum for Fairy Tale Creatures'This novella is magnificent. It is hauntingly magical.' - The Modest Verge on The Gruesome Adventures of Alice in Undeadland
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Format: kindle
ISBN: 9781474009119
ASIN: B00PW783BE
Publisher: Carina
Edition language: English
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
4.0 A Christmas Horror Story by Sebastian Gregory
This was a super creepy Christmas horror tale. The Child Eater has got to be one of the scariest holiday monsters I've ever encountered. With his sack full of children and the knives on his belt jingling, this is a monster with teeth. Highly recommended for fans of scary holiday stories!
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it
4.0 A Christmas Horror Story
Something is lurking in the shadows, and it's definitely not Santa Claus. During the last centuries children have not been safe from a terrible monster, Der Kinderfresser (The Child Eater). This year he might disrupt Christmas for Katy, Jake and Emily, unless they keep their fireplace burning and ...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it
4.0 Review: A Christmas Horror Story
Tradition has it that on Christmas Eve, Santa brings presents to the good boys and girls of the world. But there is a darker side to Christmas, where a black-scaled shadow traipses over the roof with metal chiming. Keep your fire high and your doors locked, however, because those are not bells and t...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it
5.0 A Christmas Horror Story by Sebastian Gregory
I received a copy of A Christmas Horror Story from the publisher in return for an honest review.A Christmas Horror Story was a quick and fun read, it's not your usual feel good happy Christmas story though!Katy, Emily and Jake are home alone on Christmas Eve waiting for their Mum coming home from wo...
Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it
5.0 A Christmas Horror Story by Sebastian Gregory
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Awaiting their mother to come home on Christmas eve, Katy, Jake and Emily are visited by something that is definitely not Santa Claus. Der Kinderfresser or the Child Eater, has terrorised children for centu...
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