Horror: The Essential Collection of Horror Stories for the Ages for the Nook (Well over 100 stories in all, includes novels Frankenstein, Dracula, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Phantom of the Opera, Volumes of Edgar Allen Poe and more)

Horror: The Essential Collection of Horror Stories for the Ages for the Nook (Well over 100 stories in all, includes novels Frankenstein, Dracula, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Phantom of the Opera, Volumes of Edgar Allen Poe and more)

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by Mary Shelley, Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker
     
 
****There is a table of contents for this collection. Simply click goto at the bottom of your Nook and then click chapter. From there, select the book that you would like to read****

You will find over 60 different horror fiction books in this one e-book alone. Some of these books have the equivalent of three or four books inside of them and have multiple

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****There is a table of contents for this collection. Simply click goto at the bottom of your Nook and then click chapter. From there, select the book that you would like to read****

You will find over 60 different horror fiction books in this one e-book alone. Some of these books have the equivalent of three or four books inside of them and have multiple stories, thus the total story count reaches over one hundred. The complete works of Edgar Allen Poe are contained within.



The following books will come with this e-book:
Frankenstein
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Fall of the House of Usher
Vampyre
The Wendigo
Monk
Lair of the White Worm
Dracula's Guest
House of the Vampire
Monkey's Paw
Jewel of Seven Stars
Lady of the Shroud
The Beetle
Wieland
The Parasite
The Damned
The Man
The Damned Thing
Edgar Huntly
Phantom Ship
Clairmonde
Each Man Kills
Curious, If True
There is a Reaper
Golgotha Dancers
Return of the Soul
Uncanny Tales
Mummy's Foot
Invaders
The Return
The Monster
The White Feather Hex
Arthur Mervyn
Waif Woman
Works of Edgar Allen Poe Volumes 1-5
Widdershins
Sorcery Club
Scottish Ghost Stories
Animal Ghosts
House of Souls
Shunned House
Carmilla
Ghost Stories of Antiquary Part 1 and Part 2
A Thin Ghost and Others
House on the Borderland
Night Land
Boats of Glen Carrig
Lost Stradivarius
King in Yellow
Willows
Four Weird tales
History of the Caliph Vathek
Caleb Williams
Lock and Key Library
Turn of the Screw

Happy Reading.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012639653
Publisher:
Milsap Publishers
Publication date:
02/11/2009
Series:
For the Ages , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
949,302
File size:
8 MB

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Horror 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Beatrix_Chevalier More than 1 year ago
Being able to get so many books/stories in a bundle IS awesome. It gives you so much to go on and if your in the mood for horror,you can revisit this collection over and over. There's just 1 big problem. The problem being that,with a book of more than 100 stories (and when you look on the nook 8000 something pages) you'd think,"well cool! So many stories! But I wont like them all,I know it. Good thing it's table of contents will help me move around!" And that's the thing. There's no table of contents at all. The stories are place in a random order all over the place with no real organization done,which is to be expected. But getting into it,seeing as their are complete books you may not want to read at the time,you can be sitting there skipping through pages like a madman for a while until you come across something you like. You want to go back to a specific story you skipped over before? Good luck trying to find it! The only table of contents there are are the ones at the beginnings of individual novels,for said novel,IF that novel had a table of contents in it's original form. This table of contents thing is the same for all collections like this,the one for romance,fairy tales,etc. While some people might sit there and read through this entire thing without wanting to skim around,there's still the fact you may want to look back on something you liked/loved reading,but you'd have to be mad to try and find it. To conclude,the reason why I'm giving this a 3 is because of that 1 huge flaw.While it IS a great deal,a lack of direction in the nook is/can be frustrating for anyone that's used to having a table of contents in a normal,non e-book book.
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Long but good
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