Shadows And Teeth: Ten Terrifying Tales Of Horror And Suspense: Volume 1 Paperback – 30 Apr 2016
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"You thought your worst nightmares were scary—you might want to think again after reading this... Ingeniously imagined and expertly executed... This sort of calibre of blood-chilling horror is what truly makes anthologies like this."
"Shadows And Teeth makes for exquisite reading... Each tale is a surprising celebration not of life, but of death and the things that genuinely frighten us. I recommend Shadows And Teeth for fans of a good scare."
—Midwest Book Review
"I highly recommend Shadows And Teeth for fans of horror... Each story is uniquely written by a talented author, and the writing styles varied so that each story stood out on its own... I really look forward to future volumes in this fantastic series."
—Reader Views Book Review
"Some surprising tales from some up and coming writers that you should definitely keep an eye (and ear) out for."
"I'm not generally a big fan of anthologies, but this was PERFECT! Ten terrifying tales, just long enough for you to sink your teeth into and send chills down your spine, by ten fabulous authors."
—The Novel Lady
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
This is a clever collection that ranges a wide gamut of horror themes. By far the top story of the book has to be Spawn by Reiring. Although its a few years old, it delivers by far the most creative world, with a character of deep substance. I'm still blown away that anyone can do such character and world building in such a short framework. Great horror with anti-hero that will leave you begging the author for a sequel.
Water, Ice and Vice gets of to an interesting start with a refrigerator that will deliver just about anything you want. Sometimes it's best to be careful what you ask for. I like this one but the ending had no surprises given how well the writer had crafted the first 2/3 of the tale.
The Final Spell featured some really good writing but took way too long to get to the point for a short work.
Riana in The Gray Dusk was another very well done short work that conveyed a creepy surrealistic vibe. Call it a modern take on Dorian Gray with a subtle twist.
All in all a fine collection of short fiction that will shock, delight and maybe even devour you.
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