Lessons IV: The Dead Carnival and Other Morbid Drabbles

Lessons IV: The Dead Carnival and Other Morbid Drabbles

by Michael Crane

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Lessons IV: The Dead Carnival and Other Morbid Drabbles by Michael Crane

We've been expecting you...

The morbid 100-word shorts of chaos and pure, sinister evil are back in LESSONS IV: The Dead Carnival and Other Morbid Drabbles. In his latest installment of twenty-nine horrifying and darkly humorous stories, author Michael Crane takes you on a trip to the carnival you'll never forget (and a trip you may not survive). Oh, there will be games that cheat you out of something far more valuable than money. Rides will break down, but not necessarily by accident. Nobody leaves happy. In fact, nobody leaves at all.

Welcome to the Dead Carnival... a place that truly lives up to its name.

Features bonus drabbles/shorts by authors Daniel Pyle, Robert J. Duperre, Jason Letts, Daniel Arenson, J.L. Bryan, M.S. Verish, and M.P. McDonald.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014563611
Publisher: Michael Crane
Publication date: 03/24/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 95 KB

About the Author

Michael Crane is an indie author and scribbler of inane babble that can sometimes end up as stories. He went to Columbia College Chicago where he earned a BA in Fiction Writing and drank one too many Red Bulls. He is the author of IN DECLINE, LESSONS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES, LESSONS II: ANOTHER MORBID DRABBLE COLLECTION, LESSONS III: DEMONIC DOLLS AND OTHER MORBID DRABBLES and A GNOME PROBLEM (a novelette). His work has appeared in DEVIL MUSIC AND 18 OTHER STORIES by David McAfee, EVIL PUPPIES by Aaron Daniels, A LAND OF ASH by David Dalglish, and DARK TOMORROWS by J.L. Bryan. He lives in Illinois and is always trying to work on something new, unless he's battling stupid writer's block.

Some of his favorite writers are Raymond Carver, Richard Yates, Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Palahniuk, Bret Easton Ellis and Hunter S. Thompson.

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