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by Edward Lorn
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Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 6 years ago
Disclaimer: I am friends with the author of this book. That has not effected my ability to write an honest and critical review of his work.6/10 - Now that was scary! Far scarier (for me) than Full Moon Over Cedar Hill. The horror of what one human can do to another (especially a child) is much more ...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 7 years ago
What happens when you're talking to a friend, look up, and realize you've lost your daughter in the middle of a Halloween crowd? Well, this story explores that question, and isn't shy about delving into a parents fear for their child, the brutal things that can happen to children, and how far a pa...
Lagniappe Literature
Lagniappe Literature rated it 7 years ago
A rainy day is a perect day for reading. Yesterday afternoon was that kind of day. Dark skies, heavy rain drops falling on my metal roof. The wondrous sounds of thunder, followed by the bolts of lightening sneaking through the blinds. A scented candle flickering softly on my hutch, casting the only ...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 7 years ago
The World’s Greatest Dad is another great short from Edward Lorn. Edward has managed to squeeze a monster of a tale into a short story. A story of heartbreak, tragedy, horror and retribution with a devil of a twist. World’s Greatest Dad will strike a chord with every parent, we all have that fear...
LaytonReads
LaytonReads rated it 7 years ago
I read this short story last night after finishing up Nathan Ballingrud's short story collection so my opinion on this may be slightly jaded. See, North American Lake Monsters is a short story collection with NO happy endings and this one slightly did have one. This is the Booklikes description of...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 7 years ago
I'm not setting a "date read" for this bad boy because it was a bonus addition to Edwards excellent collection "What The Dark Brings". I won't spoil it for you, but I will tell you that I frickin' loved this story. It was creepy, dark, unnerving and truly unique. I think I have that mug btw. And I a...
Jamie's Book Blog
Jamie's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Sorry for the reblog but I totally messed this one up. I didn't even check the review box or add any stars when I originally did it. Also even though I've gone back and fixed it, my shelf still doesn't show a review or rating so I'm just going to redo it. I'm not sure what I did wrong and sorry for ...
Jamie's Book Blog
Jamie's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Wow, I totally messed up when doing this review here. I forgot to mark it as a review and how many stars. This is definitely a 5 star book. I just noticed it on my shelf so I'm trying to fix it. Sorry :/ I just read this one last night and wow! I'm still thinking about it. This is the second short...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 7 years ago
World's Gratest, uhm, Greatest Dad is a free short (too short) story by Edward Lorn (here on Booklikes better known as E. ) I really liked the writing and a lot happens on the 15 or so pages this story is actually long. I think the story succeeds in showing the fear a parent must feel to 'fail' th...
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