Are These Eyeballs

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Rated 4.62/5 based on 13 reviews
Contained within are two short stories that will hopefully make you think twice before turning out the lights.

In "Are These Eyeballs" a Halloween game threatens to do more than scare the neighbourhood kids.

In "The Cubicle" one man revisits his past and has the chance to find closure.
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Words: 7,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458111746
About Garry Charles

Garry Charles is the award winning writer of novels, short stories and film scripts.

His short fiction has already been adapted for the screen in both Europe and the US and his written work has appeared both in print and online.

You can find out more at www.garrycharles.co.uk

You can follow the film side of his career at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2584654/

He also writes reviews for Shock Horror Magazine.

Watch Dead End by Garry Charles at http://vimeo.com/24457760

Watch Love is a Bullet by Garry Charles at http://www.vimeo.com/18132493

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Review by: Sylvia King on June 28, 2012 :
I have mixed feelings about this book. I loved the first one. A halloween story that gets twisted. The second one I was a little confused about what the writer was trying to convey. It gave me a feeling of saddnes and futility.
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Review by: Sarah O'Hara on May 04, 2012 :
I'm impressed with this. I've read a couple other works by this author, but these happen to be the most creative and original so far.
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Review by: Ecowitch on Jan. 07, 2012 :
These are two very different stories that show two different sides to the author and his ability to send chills down the reader's spine. The first tale tells of a Halloween story that terrifies adults and children alike. The second story tells of one man's journey back to his childhood and the moment he loses his first love and a small piece of his sanity. Both tells are well written and pack a punch despite their length.
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Review by: R. M. Fraser on Dec. 21, 2011 :
Overall, two pretty good stories. I do like the twist at the end of the second. It's a good concept.
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Review by: John Foster on Oct. 25, 2011 :
Entertaining horror, and with scare and gore that horror fans love.
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Review by: Robert Glenn on Oct. 25, 2011 :
Great angle on horror, and entertainment.
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Review by: chickrocking on Aug. 18, 2011 :
Two great horror stories in one book

Each story very different than the other. Shows off the authors ability to write in different ways.

The first story "Are These Eyeballs" is a great Halloween tale that reminds us all how scary Halloween can really be.

With the children and parents as part of the story even grown-ups will see the fright that Halloween night can bring.

The second story "The Cubicle" was a deeper more intense story.

I loved how the second story was written. Struggling with inner demons is something we all do at some point in our lives.

As I read "The Cubicle" at times I was not sure if the man was sitting in his cubicle still or at this place going through this fight, really makes you think.

Both stories add up to one very good book. For fans of horror I say it is a must read.

"Are These Eyeballs" has the scare and gore horror fans loves.

"The Cubicle" has the darker,deeper, more intense story that makes you think, always a nice change of pace from blood and guts.
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Review by: DIANE MARTIN on March 28, 2011 :
So good yet the ending was so gross! This is a great horror story! What I would expect out of a horror story! Good writing job!
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Review by: Ahmed on March 28, 2011 :
A short collection of just a couple of stories, this book had me thinking of how it'd be a good candidate for a short film, especially the latter of the stories; The Cubicle.

The first story wasn't as enjoyable as the second, but it sure is spine-chilling, making you wonder what the hell would've happened after it ended.

And that's where the author's huge role comes in: WRITE MORE STORIES!!!
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Review by: David Jeffery on Oct. 14, 2010 :
Twin tales of the horrific and brutal kind, yet delivered in very different ways. "Are these eyeballs" is a pure gross shlock-fest that will have readers squirming throughout. "The Cubical" is no less graphic but the writing is that of poignancy and regret and is ambiguously beautiful. A quality read.

They say you never get owt for nowt. Here such an addage doesn't hold water.
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Review by: Stuart Neild on Oct. 12, 2010 :
A double blast of striking horror.
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Review by: Ciaran McWilliams on Oct. 12, 2010 :
Two excellent short stories from Gary Charles just in time for Halloween. Both stories are tense and shocking in their own ways, anyone with even a slight interest in horror fiction should read this.
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Review by: Ian Woodhead on Oct. 11, 2010 :
Very enjoyable Garry. Please post more quick, sharp shocking stories.
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