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Horrors! 365 Scary Stories [Paperback]

Weinnberg & Greenberg Dziemianowicz Stefan

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I'm RE-READING this book for the third time!! 26 Aug 2001
By Joel L. Gandelman - Published on
What can I say about this book except that it is so good, such a pleasure that I am re-reading this for the THIRD TIME? I love anthologies, but oftentimes anthologies has stories that go on for too long (padded by sometimes self-indulgent and self-impressed writers) or stories that are simply weak. This anthology avoids those traps -- mainly because the 365 stories are incredibly short, punchy and memorable. It's set up so you read a story or two a day but I could not put this BIG, THICK paperback down. I carried it with me and read it in between shows (I'm an entertainer). I read it on the airplane. And I wound up finishing it up late at night -- yes, it's the cliched "book-you-can't-put-down." Most of these incredibly effective, tightly written pieces don't last more than a page or two. But you think about them. And when you've completed this book, you're sad because it's over. Of course, I found a solution to that: I re-read it periodically. I sometimes sell some books that I love on ... or trade them in used bookstores. I'll never sell this one. It's going to be re-read many times.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Supreme Horror Sampler 23 Sep 2001
By A Customer - Published on
I adored this book! It is a supreme sampler of Who's Who and Who's New in the horror field.
It has some of my long-time favorite authors like Karen Taylor (See her wonderful 5-novel series The Vampire Legacy), Nancy Kilpatrick (another dark mistress with multiple vampire novels), Steve Rasnic Tem (who just won the Bram Stoker award), Yvonne Navarro (a master at both her original novels -- I LOVED DEADTIMES -- and her novelizations for ALIENS and the BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER series), along with Tom Piccirilli, Brian Hodge, Hugh B. Cave, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Jay Bonansinga and a host of others with multiple novels under their belt.
Then there's this delightful group of new-comers, whose names I've never heard before, or who have just started popping up in the small press. This is a detailed snap-shot of who's actively working in the horror field right now. It may not have everyone, but it comes closer than you'll ever get again. It's a wonderful way to sample new authors as well as visit again with old favorites.
I've used the book much as you do any sampler -- as a guide for buying books by authors I've never tried before. If I liked their story, I bought one of their books. I've found some new favorites as a result of discovering them in this book.
And if you don't like a story or someone's style - well, they're all less than 1,000 words long. You'll be on to someone else in a few minutes time.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Scary stories... yes indeed! 1 Jun 2000
By "jennmarie" - Published on
WOW! I got this book for x-mas and now I can safely say I am done reading it. The whole thing. This book is filled with 365 scary tales... the longest tale in the book I believe only comes to 2 pages (font and back). So there not long stories at all. All by differnt authors of short stories. No big names in here but definatly writers with talent. A must buy and read on a lonely stormy night or at a camp fire!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars 65 scary stories, 300 dull ones 28 April 2003
By A Customer - Published on
i guess brevity isn't always a good thing. many of these stories are silly or cute -- in the oh, he was a serial killer/vampire/crazy guy vein. though there are some that manage to create a chill in a very short space (a hard thing to do), most of them left me frustrated and/or bored.
maybe it's that i sat down and read half the book in one sitting - not advised. your best bet is to skim, there are a few treasures in here. when it's good, it's very, very good. when it's bad, it's just awful.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, Not Amazing But Good 5 Mar 2013
By Chance Ploesser - Published on
Some Stories in here were creative, some were scary, and some just left me like,"That's it? Really? That was SOOOOO scary."
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