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W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh
on July 01, 2012 :
This short collection of modern horror tales is captivating enough to make the reader miss their stop while travelling on public transports. While the style is deceptively simple, the reader is taken hostage and never really knows what to expect. There could be a twist at the most unexpected moment, and there could also be a twist to the twist……. Most of them do not follow the traditional path, to elicit fear, it prays on what one generally perceives only at the (dark) corner of one’s eye, and expand, develop, expose. Nothing, and no one, is safe. Ok, there is a Frankenstein wannabe, or two, in the lot, and I notice a lone zombie of sort, but Theresa Curnow has her own original take on it. Cornwall will never be the same…….
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on June 09, 2012 :
Dark Corners is a must for all lovers of short horror and supernatural stories. With a wide variety of tales covering the full spectrum of the genre, there's sure to be something in here you'll love. Whether it's a story about vampires (Vinnie and me), a story about monsters from Hell (One day in July) or my favourite, Dead by twelve, a story about a witch's curse after a hit and run, there's guaranteed to be something in this gem of a book that will keep you awake at night. But be warned - you're probably going to want to sleep with the light on afterwards.
(reviewed the day of purchase)