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Collected Easter Horror Shorts: 2 (Collected Horror Shorts) Paperback – Import, 11 April 2017
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From the darkest recesses of some of the horror worlds most chilling minds, Kevin J. Kennedy brings back together some of the authors that brought you Collected Christmas Horror Shorts, alongside several new authors, from upcoming indie stars to Amazon top sellers. Whether you like Easter or not, youll certainly have a different view of it after you read the stories contained within these pages. Grab an Easter egg, dim the lights, get cosy and get ready for some chilling tales by some of the horror worlds finest.C.S.Anderson He Has RisenChristopher Motz - Magic AwaitsVeronica Smith - Its Not All About Bunnies and ChocolatesPeter Oliver Wonder - Easter GunnyMark Cassell - The RebirthAndrew Lennon - Trying To Write A Horror StoryMark Lukens - Mia's Easter BasketLex Jones - SonnesHillJC Michael - Lord of The DanceSteven Stacy - Echoes of The Bunny-ManWeston Kincade & David Chrisley - An Easter PrayerChristina Bergling - HatchJames Matthew Byers - Killer Jelly Beans from Outer Space (poem)Jeff Menapace - Paying It ForwardJeff Strand - Rotten EggsLisa Vasquez - Bunny and ClydeMark Fleming - SulphurSuzanne Fox - Last SupperBriana Robertson - Baby BluesLatashia Figueroa - Easter EggsAmy Cross - Lamb to SlaughterKevin J. Kennedy - A Town Called Easter
- Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub (11 April 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 464 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1545271461
- ISBN-13 : 978-1545271469
- Item Weight : 617 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.67 x 22.86 cm
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Awesome anthologyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 June 2017
Where do I begin? There were too many fantastic stories in this book, I would not be able to write all the titles and authors down in this review. Some of the authors I had not heard of before, Letashia Figueroa, Peter Oliver Wonder and David Chrisley, but I intend to read more of their work. In the whole book there was only one story I can honestly say that I did not like, but in deference to the author I won't say which one it was as everyone's taste in stories is different and other people may love it. There were twists in the tale and outcomes you never saw coming, people getting their just desserts and those that didn't deserve it but got it anyway. I think to sum it up there is something for every horror fan. At the end of the book there is a meet the author section with links to the author's Amazon, Facebook and other contact sites to make it easier to follow your favourites.
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A great collectionReviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 September 2017
Well, I suppose I really should have read this over Easter, but I only found it recently when looking for books by Amy Cross, who is one of my favourite horror authors. She has a story in this anthology, along with many others who may well go on to become new favourites. I really appreciated the variety and sheer volume of different stories available here, this is a great fun read for any horror fan at any time of year but especially at Easter. Recommended.
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For Fan's Of Horror and Holiday Theme's.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 June 2018
I know it's not Easter but I find myself reading. Or thinking about horror on any day. So I read a book of horror with Easter as the theme. Usually I love Easter cute Bunnies and chicks. The animals not girl's. Lol. This book has left me bewildered now as I read the scary offerings. I felt a slight shivering creep up on me. Killer Bunnies and other Easter goodies running amock. Still I really enjoyed this book and it didn't put me off Easter yet.
Number one fanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 April 2017
Well this certainly would put you off easter if anything could. A fabulous collection of stories from some of my favourite authors. If I were to pick one it would be Andrew Lennon as he wrote something I could actually see as I know what he looks like...being is number one fan hahahaha. Even if you missed the Christmas anthology, don't miss this as it's egg crackingly good
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Brilliant anthology, a must read!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 August 2017
Brilliant read, I can't wait to check out more anthologies from Kevin. Fantastic collection of authors. A must read.
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