Lasting Impressions of Terror

Rated 4.13/5 based on 8 reviews
My first short story horror collection. 13 chilling tales in one book. These are tales ranging from zombies to assassins. Hope you enjoy!
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 2,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458134813
About Bridget Squires

I am a 27 year old single mom. I love writing and it is my ultimate passion. I love anything zombie and write mostly zombie novels as well. Please rate my stories and let me know what you think! This helps me to become a better writer and improve my skills! Feel free to contact me on facebook or Myspace. I love meeting new people.

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Review by: Ser Livre on March 18, 2012 :
Elfwreck seems to be talking about "a gruesome Christmas" not lasting impressions of terror"..........please review the correct book when leaving your comments thanks :)
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Review by: Elfwreck on March 12, 2012 :
This is *one* story, not thirteen as the description says. (Maybe it's just the first one, and the collection is offered elsewhere?) It's unedited with poor punctuation and sloppy grammar--"As Jeff came closer, he made the figure out much easier, it was a man, facing him but unmoving. For a brief second Jeff began to worry whether this kid, because of his clothes and appearance Jeff assumed he couldn’t be over 30, was awaiting him to get close enough to rob him."

The paragraphs average about 175 words each, dense blocks of information with no dialogue or change-of-pace to relieve the monotony. The story concept has promise, but the implementation is so poor it's almost unreadable.
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Review by: Chris Harvey on Feb. 16, 2011 :
I read this entire collection on a train journey yesterday and didn't want to out it down. Great collection - and all for FREE!! Just TOO generous (as Stuart points out: "there are other collections nowhere near this standard, being charged for" Indeed). My personal favourite would have to be "MADAME CHERIE'S TWISTED TREASURES" - wonderful tale and one I could easily see adapted into an Amicus Anthology type movie!!

So another fine offering over all from Bridget, whose writing just goes from strength to strength! Keep 'em coming, Ms!
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Review by: MJ Burton on Feb. 07, 2011 :
This is a great collection from an up and coming author, Bridget Squires. The stories are easy to read and quite entertaining. The two that resonate with me the most are Madame Cherie's Twisted Treasures and Choices. I am a big believer in everything is a choice and you accept the consequence for that choice and these two stories hit the nail right on the head. Although these are horror stories, they do have a moral and I can see them in the young adult realm as well. I would recommend this read!
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Review by: Justin Camp on Feb. 05, 2011 :
This is an amazing colloection of terrifying short stories by Bridget Squires, an art that has become almost obsolete in todays world of 100k+ novels. These stories are truly shocking and at times you might have to put your gag reflex to work, especially if you hate roaches like myself!!! My personal favorite of the collection is '1947' in which she explains her unique version of the 2012 explination. I also enjoyed the slight humor in some of the stories, i actually laughed out loud at the end of 'Brazzilian Vacation'. As a short story writer myself, I highly recommend this compilation of stories.
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Review by: Kipp Poe Speicher on Jan. 31, 2011 :
An amazing collection of short stories of darkness, violence, fear, and sin crafted in a poetic visual delight. Bridget Squires has the goods with good marketing she could make an impact in the new world of e publishing.
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Review by: Stuart Neild on Jan. 24, 2011 :
An astounding set of tales that anyone with a love of dark fantasy or horror would enjoy.
I'm actually amazed that this is on the market for free, as there are other collections no where near this standard, being charged for. A+ for this one.
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Review by: Alcala Publications on Jan. 21, 2011 :
A worthy first story collection.
Love it long time!
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