Midnight on Halloween

Midnight on Halloween

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by AD Gentle
     
 

31 very short stories for those Halloween lovers counting down the days until midnight on Halloween.
Find tales of living dough men and their pumpkin pets, marketers gone mad, the post-apocalyptic mosquito city, extreme gaming gone wrong, snake women and werecats, and more! Something for everyone. Perfect as a gift or for reading on the bus. Strange and

Overview

31 very short stories for those Halloween lovers counting down the days until midnight on Halloween.
Find tales of living dough men and their pumpkin pets, marketers gone mad, the post-apocalyptic mosquito city, extreme gaming gone wrong, snake women and werecats, and more! Something for everyone. Perfect as a gift or for reading on the bus. Strange and provocative -- not your everday stuff!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000704165
Publisher:
AD Gentle
Publication date:
09/30/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,116,185
File size:
183 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Midnight on Halloween 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
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I loved this book. Some of the stories are surreal and bizarre like one about erotic graffiti that comes to life and a voluntary prison colony/erotic vacation that no one returns from. Others have something really beautiful and universally touching like "The longing of the dreamer and the lost dream" about a woman who finds someone's abandoned hope in a dirty alley and must decide if it is worth adopting as her own to give purpose to her own life. Another about a person who journeys to the strange and surreal land of despair to find a hole to drop into. I would categorize this as psychological dark fantasy. In the same vein as the Borderlands anthologies. Very dark. More intellectual than mainstream horror. Most of the stories seem to be allegories for something. Unusual metaphors throughout. Well worth it if you're looking for something different.
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weasty More than 1 year ago
The stories are definately for adults and is not at all what the description says it is. Poor formating as well as grammical errors.
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This is the first one star rating i have gave on a book. The title was misleading and i stopped reading on page 70. Also i paid money for this and that irritates me. I hove read 10 page short stories better than this 30 days of crap. Even if they list it for free, don't bother. Its a total wreck!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stupid read