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Scared: Ten Tales of Horror - Rayne Hall, Deborah J. Ross, Jonathan Broughton, Karen Heard, Pamela Turner, Liv Rancourt, William Meikle, Tracie McBride, Grayson Bray Morris, Donna Johnson, Rayne Wheeler, Deborah Wheeler
Scared: Ten Tales of Horror
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Ten stories of spine-tingling suspense, edited by Rayne Hall.In this collection, you'll find scary stories for almost every taste, each penned by a different author with a different writing style and a different taste in horror. This allows you to explore your own preferences. Which story gives... show more
Ten stories of spine-tingling suspense, edited by Rayne Hall.In this collection, you'll find scary stories for almost every taste, each penned by a different author with a different writing style and a different taste in horror. This allows you to explore your own preferences. Which story gives you the most delicious frights? The authors have played with “What if” scenarios: What if the safe world we take for granted is changing and we don't know? What if a seemingly harmless object grows into a menace? What if an everyday occurrence turns into something nasty? What if a minor irritation is actually a sign that something big is underfoot? What if threats are outside our control? Picking up the phone, going to the toilet on the train or buying a birthday gift may be the start of a nightmare. These stories don't seek to shock you with chainsaw massacres or to gross you out with mounds of gore. Rather, the authors aim to scare you in subtle ways, creating the kind of fear which creeps up on you, grabs you by the throat, and sometimes lingers long after you've finished reading.To preserve the authors' individual voices, some of the stories are in American English, others in British. Enjoy the goose-pimples, the clammy hands, the creeping chills, and the pounding heart. When you've finished reading, you can return to the real world and know you'll be safe. Or will you? 1.OUT OF ORDER by Karen HeardWhat do you do when the lights go out and the screaming starts? 2. OUR LADY OF THE TOADS by Deborah J. Ross writing as Deborah Wheeler The large, ugly toad perched in front of the gate was truly worthy of being a witch's familiar.3. FAMILY HEIRLOOM by Pamela TurnerThis weapon has a mind of its own.4. RING OF STONES by Donna JohnsonJake Barnes seeks revenge on the cursed creature living in the abandoned well. 5. DEATH COMES FOR MAGGIE MCDANIEL by Grayson Bray MorrisA bully's cruel hand grants Maggie's dearest wish.6. CREATURES OF THE NIGHT by William MeikleWhat if intense fantasies create a different reality?7. DRUID STONES by Rayne HallModern druids enact an ancient ritual, and a woman watches in secret.8. THE LOFT by Liv RancourtThree women from the church choir learn that evil is everywhere.9. LIFE IN MINIATURE by Tracie McBrideStreet kid Michael thinks it's his lucky day when a do-gooder picks him up off the street.10. YOU HAVE ONE MESSAGE by Jonathan BroughtonPress * for connection.Some of these stories have been previously published in magazines, ezines, story collections and anthologies.They may not be suitable for young readers.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B0088IBG0E
Publisher: Scimitar Press
Pages no: 134
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
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Coffee2words
Coffee2words rated it
3.0 The 'horror' was in very small quantities
Overall this collection of stories only made up approx 70% of the book (the rest was dedicated to promotion of the author's other works) and left quite a bit to be desired. There weren't really any creepy stories here, and the 'horror' was in very small quantities. My favourite story by quite a way ...
sushmapillai14
sushmapillai14 rated it
3.0 Review: Scared: Ten Tales of Horror by Rayne Hall
The book is a compilation of ten different stories. My favourites were Death comes for Maggie McDaniel by Grayson Bray Morris which had an unexpected and doleful ending; and Druid Stones by Rayne Hall for it tells how individuals scruple to help strangers. The most weird or rather funny was Creature...
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