on 22 August 2012
A great compilation of short (and not-so-short) stories. I won't list them all as other reviewers have done this already. They range from amusing to true horror and suspense, old (Sir Walter Scott & Edgar Allan Poe) to new. You can just picture Auntie Elspeth having fun telling her story. "Hornets" and the two "Hallowe'en Street" stories good. I've read many of Ray Bradbury's short stories but "The October Game" was a surpise. "The November Game" a worthy sequel. Not stories to read to the kids.
My only gripe is that there are a whole load of typos throughout the book.