Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror
The five freshest voices in horror will make you reconsider leaving the house on October 31st with these all-new Halloween tales:• A brother and sister creep out of the darkness with bags full of deadly tricks in Gregor Xane’s THE RIGGLE TWINS.• A boy with a misshapen skull just wants to be... show more
The five freshest voices in horror will make you reconsider leaving the house on October 31st with these all-new Halloween tales:• A brother and sister creep out of the darkness with bags full of deadly tricks in Gregor Xane’s THE RIGGLE TWINS.• A boy with a misshapen skull just wants to be normal in Evans Light’s PUMPKINHEAD TED.• A group of thrill seekers learn that look
Publish date: 2014-09
Publisher: corpus press
Pages no: 225
Edition language: English
Bad Apples is Five Slices of Halloween Horror. I received and read this book in October of 2014, but… MY REVIEW These unique, gruesome and devilishly delicious stories will have you looking over your shoulder, jumping at every noise and shadow. Be careful of wandering dark streets at night....
I saved Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror for Halloween weekend and boy was I glad I did. This was a great collection of stories and I enjoyed each of them very much.I won't go into any details and rate each story as I normally do with collections as many other reviewers have done that alr...
*Book source ~ Won in a BookLikes giveaway. Five slices of juicy goodness in this Halloween anthology. Juicy may not be a good word choice to use here. How about shudder inducing? Yeah, that’s about right. The Riggle Twins by Gregor Xane ~ I think this is my favorite of the five. I was confused ...
The young guns of horror offer up a fine bag of Halloween treats, from Gregor Xane's impressive tale that reaches back to the roots of the holiday and creates a new mythos, Evans Light's chilling cautionary concerning how cold vengence can be, Adam Light's spin on an urban legend that truly is a tal...
Horror explores monstrosity, not only in the forms of monsters, but in those aspects of human nature that are monstrous. The cruelty of children and teenagers is a repeated theme in this collection. This being a Halloween collection, our inherent fascination with scaring ourselves is also a theme. I...
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