Screams Before Dawn

Screams Before Dawn

by Heinrich von Wolfcastle


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For those with an interest in the occult and macabre, this collection of twelve twisted tales will have you screaming before dawn. A measured and blood-splattered concoction of humor and horror in the spirit of "Tales from the Crypt," this tongue-in-cheek compilation features creatures, killers, monsters, and madmen. The ghouls and ghosts you find here, as well as the grim places and people they haunt, will creep their way into your nightmares... and your heart. Included in this collection of short horror stories: A SCREAM BEFORE DAWN; WHAT HAPPENED; BIRD'S THE WORD; SHE SAID HER NAME WAS SPOOKIE; VULTURES OF THE AFTERMATH; THE WHITE CROSS ON RESURRECTION DRIVE; OF GOD, MONSTERS, AND MEN; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; THINGS IN THE ATTIC; MARVIN'S TAVERN; THE LAST DAY ON EARTH; AMBASSADORS OF AMBROSIA

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781726267410
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/17/2018
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 683,787
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Unofficial paranormal investigator, horror writer, and toy collector, Heinrich von Wolfcastle has an affinity for both wolves and castles. He currently resides in the crooked foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and can be reached by email at HeinrichvonWolfcastle at gmail dot com. ...Careful, he bites.

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Screams Before Dawn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JeyranMain 7 months ago
Screams before dawn is a collection of twelve short horror stories. Each story is a love letter filled with contents such as regret, dystopian nature, dark humor, fear and Halloween style haunting storylines. The author covers most horror subgenre categories and is most suitable for people who enjoy that line of suspense. I found the literature to be descriptive and very suitable for the genre at hand. With such being a horror book, it needed to be detailed and have a visionary status with the reader being able to picture every scene. I was impressed to know that even though the stories were short, the author still managed to maintain that necessity. The pace of the stories added a thrilling kind to the story. I particularly enjoyed the last day on earth and appreciated the concept of understanding that people are just as horrific as the monsters they imagine. Due to the book being a collection it would also be very suitable for people who like to read short stories and come back to read more later on.