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Hannah-Beast - Jennifer McMahon
Hannah-Beast
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The fate of a lonely girl becomes part of a town’s shameful secret history in Thriller Award winner Jennifer McMahon’s terrifying story of guilt, retribution, and one tragic Halloween night. Thirty-four years ago, on October 31, poor Hannah Talbott took part in a scavenger hunt gone violently... show more
The fate of a lonely girl becomes part of a town’s shameful secret history in Thriller Award winner Jennifer McMahon’s terrifying story of guilt, retribution, and one tragic Halloween night.

Thirty-four years ago, on October 31, poor Hannah Talbott took part in a scavenger hunt gone violently wrong. The mean girls made sure of it. To this day, for a haunted local mother, the most unsettling Halloween costume of all is an urban legend they call Hannah-Beast. It’s a reminder of the past she can’t forget. Especially tonight when it’s come back, so close to home.

Jennifer McMahon’s Hannah-Beast is part of Dark Corners, a collection of seven heart-stopping short stories by bestselling authors who give you so many new reasons to be afraid. Each story can be read in a single sitting. Or, if you have the nerve, you can listen all by yourself in the dark.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B07GB351VV
Publisher: Amazon Original Stories
Pages no: 49
Edition language: English
Category:
Thriller
Series: Dark Corners Collection (#1)
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
3.0 HANNAH-BEAST by Jennifer McMahon, narrated by Amy Landon
Hannah-Beast was like Megan Abbott meets Stephen King. Featuring an alternating time line, this story reminded me of Mean Girls with a horrific twist. I liked it, but not as much as I had hoped. *An Amazon Original with Audio, free with Prime.*
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
3.0 Hannah-Beast
So this short story to me is reflective of McMahon's longer novels. Starts off with a good idea and just falls apart in the middle and ending. Also the way this was written was confusing. We were jumping back in time getting Hannah's point of view and then sometimes Amanda (I think at one point) and...
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