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Dark Water
     

Dark Water

4.8 5
by Glynne Walley
 
The water, and whatever nightmares lie beneath its cloudy surface, control reality in this frightful collection of short stories. The first of four torments follows a mother and daughter who move into a haunted apartment complex-the source of its downpours of horror is the spirit of a young, angry girl. Their story gives way to a night cruise that includes a

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Dark Water 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
R_MARTINEZ More than 1 year ago
THIS IS A GREAT BOOK TO READ!!! THIS IS BOOK IS A FAST READ AND VERY ENJOYABLE. THE BOOK IS MADE OF SHORT STORIES THAT DEAL WITH WATER IN SOME FORM. EACH SHORT STORY PUTS THE READER INTO THE EACH OF THE CHARACTERS STRUGGLE, BASICALLY AS A THIRD PERSON WATCHING THE STORY. KOJI SUZUKI TRANSPORTS THE READER INTO EACH STORY AS IF THE READER WAS ACTUALLY WATCHING A MOVIE. I KNOW THE FIRST STORY WAS TURNED INTO A MOVIE BUT THE WHOLE BOOK SHOULD OF BEEN MADE INTO MOVIES BECAUSE HOW DESCREPTIVE AND DETAILED EACH STORY IS. THIS IS NO DENYING IF READERS ARE READING THIS REVIEW THAT THEY SHOULD BUY THIS BOOK AND READ IT IF THEY LIKE HORROR STORIES!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Absolutely stunning. The words Suzuki-san uses to grip your attention and send shudders down your spine... amazing. He's the reason why Japanese Horror is so frightening.
Guest More than 1 year ago
dark water happened when a little girl and here mother moved in to her new house and it all happened when she was jumping on her bed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An amazing book! Trust a perfect stranger on this one, this book is a 5 out of 5 on anyone's list
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this book up and began reading it. The description words Mr. Suzuki uses in his books, haunts you forever. This book is very good, i reccomend it to and fan of horror novels, and anyone who wants to get a scary taste of modern Japanese literature.