Moral Horror

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The Moral Horror anthology is a journey through the darkness of the seven deadly sins—the sins of humankind—the sickening side of our nature and cracked psyches. Read these horror fiction writers’ vile visions, malevolent, morbid, taboo, and appalling tales. Moral Horror features the following authors: Edgar Allan Poe, Jack London, Elia Wilkinson Peattie, John Berwick Harwood, Nick C. Hooper, Elise ...
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Overview

The Moral Horror anthology is a journey through the darkness of the seven deadly sins—the sins of humankind—the sickening side of our nature and cracked psyches. Read these horror fiction writers’ vile visions, malevolent, morbid, taboo, and appalling tales. Moral Horror features the following authors: Edgar Allan Poe, Jack London, Elia Wilkinson Peattie, John Berwick Harwood, Nick C. Hooper, Elise Hammersburg, Henry Muntz, and Solomohn Ennis.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780980111415
  • Publisher: Black Freighter Productions
  • Publication date: 10/1/2009
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 0.28 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Moral Horror- "If literary depravirty's your cup of tea, this is a steaming potful."- Mara Leveritt, Author of Devil's Knot

    Featuring: Edgar Allan Poe, Jack London, Elia Wilkinson Peatte, John Berwick Harwood, Solomohn Ennis, Elise Hammersburg, Herman Muntz and Nick C. Hooper
    Review:
    When I saw the title, Moral Horror, I did not know what to expect or what I would be getting myself into. Being a fan of Edgar Allan Poe, I knew that I would be graced with his writing, since his name graced the cover itself. Masque of the Red Death is included in this twisted anthology of multiple Horrific stories.
    The stories within are well crafted and full of anger, violence, hatred, revenge, desperation and punishment. There is something for everyone that is into the horror genre. There is even some content that is not suitable for everyone. Many taboo subjects are brought from the darkness of the pages within. Cannibalism, murder, infidelity, death and just plain evil are just some of the dark facts of life that this book beholds. There are some that even go much darker.
    Besides the classic stories within the anthology, the Writers of today featured are exceptionally talented as well. Solomohn Ennis' story, Murderlicious: A Sweet and Sticky Fatal Attraction, goes into the angry mind of a disrespected wife. One that goes to extremes. The Bending of Light, by Elise Hammersburg, is a deep, dark and poetically written trip within one's own depressed mind. Brimstone Broadcasting, by Nick C. Hooper, is a dark and brutal onslaught of humanity's most depraved crime, the ones who commit them... and the Devil, himself... Coming at you live. Henry Muntz's tale of desperate hunger, Rime of the Audrey Massinger, is a sick ride out to sea with a couple of men who's growing appetites are nauseating within themselves.
    I do not want to give away the entire book. You must read to believe some of the tales within. The other stories, you may have already read in previous publications. Moral Horror is a blood soaked and relentless trip through the darkest of human capability. Some of the pages within this anthology are so bloody, the pages stick together. Some are so dark, they are hard to read and others are so street violent that the realism pulsates from the pages themselves. A dark combination of multi colored Horror that would be pleasing to any genre readers eyes. Even the cover is dark and violent... from the front cover... to the back, Moral Horror is sinisterly dark and brutally depraved, eye bursting madness from story to story. Be warned... Not for the faint of heart.

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