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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 7 months ago
DARK SCREAMS: VOLUME NINE was a ton of fun! I was most especially impressed with the last entry TORN by Lee Thomas. I'm not even going to get into what TORN was about because I think it should be related exactly as the author intended. I will say that even though this is a longer story than I usua...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 10 months ago
Did Not Finish at 15 percent. Sorry, I own enough Stephen King to not have to put up with a bad collection of horror short stories. I started getting annoyed all over again yesterday when I tried to plow this. I think the main issue is that Straub doesn't draw me in at all. I felt like he was talk...
Quite the Wondering Selection
Quite the Wondering Selection rated it 1 year ago
Great! So much better than first time I read it. I seem to remember reading it prior to the Dark Tower series, so it made much more sense! Loved all the characters, as any King book usually does. Liked Burnside and his depth as the serial killer. Loved how Jack and Ty's Mom and then the motorcy...
Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it 1 year ago
I believe my review of Peter Straub's latest novella, The Process (or, as it was originally titled, Hello Jack, which I much preferred!) is the first on Goodreads. I feel so honored! Folks, I spent forty bucks on this book. It's a limited, signed edition and was published by Subterranean Press. Th...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
When a single tree fills your lens, the rest of the forest takes on a degree of abstraction. - Chapter 15 This book was just ok. The ghost story was a bit weak and not that scary. In the first sentence, we find out that Mark's mother is dead. She killed herself, apparently over guilt for not help...
LittleBookCove
LittleBookCove rated it 2 years ago
Shadowland was a surreal book right from the offset. It start's when Tom Flanagan now an adult tells a tale of his youth to someone. That tale is woven with magic, and fantasy and adolescent Adventures. I'm not going to lie I found this book a struggle by the time I got to the middle of it, I had to...
The All Night Library
The All Night Library rated it 2 years ago
There are a lot of horror anthologies out there and it's not always easy to find one that you think you would like. That being said sometimes you find a horror anthology that when you see it you know you can't go wrong. The Beauty Of Death: The Gargantuan Book of Horror Tales is that book. Edited by...
TonyTalbot
TonyTalbot rated it 2 years ago
Chased by the ambitious and power-hungry partner of his dead father, Jack Sawyer and his dying mother find themselves in New Hampshire, exiled from California. Jack is sent on a road trip back to the west coast to retrieve something called “The Talisman”. Its description is vague to the point of non...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 2 years ago
This entry in the series was different from the others in that the entire volume was the continuation of one story-the search for the missing member of the Endless-Destruction. We also get to see the final story of Orpheus, Dream's (Morpheus') son. It was a very sad note to end on, or was it? I fe...
LittleBookCove
LittleBookCove rated it 2 years ago
KOKO. Only four men knew what it meant. Now they must stop it. They are Vietnam vets a doctor, a lawyer, a working stiff, and a writer. Very different from each other, they are nonetheless linked by a shared history and a single shattering secret. Now, they have been reunited and are about to embark...
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