Top positive review
9 people found this helpful
on 19 September 2011
There are three short stories in this collection, all written by MJA Ware.
The first is "No Way Out" about events in an old house at Halloween when two boys break in. Second is "The Price of Friendship" about a stranger who buys memories and the consequences for those involved. Finally there's "Hobgoblin Horror"; the story of what happens to two boys when they hear a terrifying tale from an old man in a retirement home.
All three stories are very well written, with humour and a light touch. Importantly, they all have good endings which will bring a smile to your face.
This collection is recommended for anyone who enjoys stories with a light fantasy/horror theme (nothing too heavy) and I look forward to reading more stories by this author.