This collection of ten tales of horror involves monsters, mayhem, and murder: everything from war to everyday homicide, to otherworldly terrors from hell dimensions. The horror may be internal or external, in your heart or in your cellar. Here are people making bad choices, and people reacting to terrible situations. These are stories to make you think, tremble, and shiver with fright-- and lock your doors at night-- even though it may not do any good...
|Publisher:||Dale T. Phillips|
|File size:||131 KB|
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I finished Halls of Horror a couple of weeks ago and enjoyed it very much. Each story represents a different type of horror, some types of which you wouldn't expect; which goes to show that horror can happen anywhere, if you have an open mind. My favorite story was Moose Tracks. I found it humorous in a black-comedy sort of way. Body English made me think, "this could be a baseline for a Criminal Minds episode." In fact, Kamikaze Hipsters came very close to an actual Criminal Minds episode, where a wanna-be artist did some interesting things to his paintings (I don't want to give too much away). I enjoyed Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, so I am partial to Carnival of Pain. It brought back memories of the book and what it was like to be an adventurous little boy. Mr. Phillips is a great writer who keeps the action flowing. Overall, a nice read.