Daylight Dims

Daylight Dims Daylight Dims is a collection of horror short stories From the common comfortable troupes to the taboo these thirteen handpicked tales have a literary aspect designed to expand your perception of w

  • Title: Daylight Dims
  • Author: J.W. Zulauf Kristopher Mallory Dan Weatherer
  • ISBN: 9780989757270
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Daylight Dims is a collection of horror short stories From the common, comfortable troupes, to the taboo, these thirteen handpicked tales have a literary aspect designed to expand your perception of what horror can be.Thirteen dedicated authors, three talented artists, four insightful readers, and many Daylight Dims is a handpicked collection of horror storiesDaylight Dims is a collection of horror short stories From the common, comfortable troupes, to the taboo, these thirteen handpicked tales have a literary aspect designed to expand your perception of what horror can be.Thirteen dedicated authors, three talented artists, four insightful readers, and many Daylight Dims is a handpicked collection of horror stories to be released on October 31st annually as a hard cover, and online We re doing to build a community for horror authorsKindle Version book edit 1

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    1. This is a fantastic horror anthology. All 13 stories are exquisite. The book was not what I expected initially as I thought that it might be all vampire or werewolf tales. Not so! These are original stories from authors of the macabre. From dark fantasy and pure suspense to classic horror tales, it shows the extraordinary scope of fantastical fright fiction. The stories in this anthology are a tour de force of fear, which will haunt you, terrify you, and stay with you.I found myself thinking abo [...]

    2. Some of the stories were pretty good. I think where this anthology went wrong is a lot of the stories started with promise but fell flat in the end.

    3. Each of these tales starts out strong but only a few managed to finish that way too. Secrets of the Seven Symphonies Circus was prefect, opting for subtleness and not bogging the story down with loads of information but giving hints at the bigger picture behind it. The Fall of Silas Galloway and Home From the Sea where both great nods to classic gothic horror. Exploration of Room B, while not exactly horror was an enjoyable one in it's own right. The rest where not bad but they all felt lacking. [...]

    4. There were some excellent stand outs in this collection. Aric Sundquist, who I've never read before. "I plan on rectifying that." William Meikle, who always gets it right! Bennie L. Newsome, Ben Pienaars story Fair Trade and a few others whom I can't recall. There were a few stinkers, but overall, this was a fairly decent collection that I'd recommend. If you're looking for scary then there isn't much of that here, but good stories are plentiful.

    5. My favorites from this collection are:The Exploration of Room B by Aric Sundquist (Crappy dad struggles through a haunted house and gets some much needed advice.)Fair Trade by Ben Pienaar (Be careful what you wish for?)Sparrow Ridge by Sean Grigsby (Otherworldly octogenarians miss their meds.)

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