From the untamed wilderness of ancient times to the concrete jungles of today, these sixteen excursions into nightmares will keep you awake long past the midnight hour--and praying for daylight. . .
Beyond The Shadows. . .
. . .they linger, showing themselves only to those brave enough to perceive them. . .willing to see beyond human existence and into the heart of darkness. Feel the racing pulse in the primal desire of werewolves. Embrace the aura of two gifted women as they unleash power beyond imagining. Savor the aroma of otherworldly flora planted in a unique patch of earth.
They Walk The Night. . .
. . .prepared to face terrors humans were never meant to confront. Chant with an African mystic as he protects his people from an entity of unbridled malice. Ride the dusty trails of the Old West in pursuit of monstrous legends. Sail on a ship of damned souls as it languishes in the depths of forbidden waters.
Maurice Broaddus Chesya Burke
Patricia E. Canterbury
Eric Jerome Dickey B. Gordon Doyle
Rickey Windell George
L.R. Giles Brandon Massey
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Voices From the Other Side: Dark Dreams II edited by Brandon Massey contains horror and science-fiction stories from some of today's hottest African-American writers. Harlem by Eric Jerome Dickey is the story of one woman's revenge on the man who killed her husband, Deadwoods by Brandon Massey is the story of one man who reclaims his identity after fighting mysterious beings that planted a deadly tree in his backyard, Natural Instinct by LA Banks is the story of two werewolves who find love and each other despite being part of an dying breed, Upstairs by Tananarive Due is the story of one girl who meets a mysterious man who may or may not be a killer. There are also stories by Michael Boatman, (an actor who has been on Arliss, Spin City etc etc), Maurice Broaddus, Terence Taylor, along with several others. Voices from The Other Side is more creepy than scary but whether you're an horror fan or not, you will enjoy some of the stories in this book. I give this book 3 1/2 stars. Reviewed by Shay C of PeoplewholoveGoodBooks.
All the stories are exhilarating and even though they are short stories, you become invested with the characters and the plot. I will read this book again soon just for fun!