Dark at the End of the Tunnel

Dark at the End of the Tunnel

by Taylor Grant

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BN ID: 2940151222419
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications
Publication date: 11/03/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 509 KB

About the Author

TAYLOR GRANT is a Bram Stoker Award® nominated author and an award-winning screenwriter. His short films Sticks and Stones and The Vanished both premiered at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. His work has been seen on network television, the big screen, the stage, the Web, as well as in comic books, newspapers, national magazines, anthologies, and heard on the radio.

Several of Grant’s screenplays have sold or been optioned by major Hollywood film studios such as Imagine Entertainment, Universal Studios, and Lions Gate Films. He is currently working with a successful video game company to bring one of his stories to life as an exciting RPG game.

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The Dark at the End of the Tunnel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JJQ_224 More than 1 year ago
I don't think I've ever started a review like this, but here goes: If I could give this book another 5 stars, I wouldn't hesitate to do so. Yes, it's THAT good. If you haven't heard of Taylor Grant, and you are a horror fan, you have a severe hole in your library. I said it before, and I'll say it again - there is a reason this man is a Bram Stoker nominee. Brilliant doesn't even begin to describe this anthology. As my faithful readers know, I loathe e-books - so it took me a while to get to his as part of my TBR pile. I am sorry I waited so long - I enjoyed it so much that I bought a physical copy as well since it deserves a spot on my shelves among the likes of King, Barker, Koontz, and Hill. This was a fantastic journey. This anthology has something for everyone - the bizarre, grotesque, psychotic, alien, vampiric, and demonic. Taylor's writing style is smooth, descriptive, and very easy to read; with his characters being relatable and believable. He puts a unique twist on time-worn themes that makes them seem new. Many times we buy books, read them once, and then they sit on our shelves - to be forgotten about. Not this one. I will most certainly be rereading this book - more than once. Pick it up, you won't be sorry. And if you start hearing voices, or seeing movement in the shadows, don't say I didn't warn you. Check out my full review at: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1537488570