In Wrath and Fire: 30 Dark Tales

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Thirty dark tales of terror that examine the existence of superstition, zombies, ghosts, trolls, demons, psychopaths and madness, murderers, lovers, and haters. These stories delve deeply into themes of wickedness and wrath, everlasting fire, rage and hatred, horror and dread, death and murder, eternal love and sweet revenge. Nightmares are born In Wrath and Fire . . . More
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Andre Michael Pietroschek reviewed on May 29, 2020

Emmanuel Paige delivers. As he has promised, we get 30 dark tales of short fiction in one package. I had decided for the PDF version, which has clickable hyperlinks, so readers can jump from the table of contents to each story, as we wish. I myself did such with my own PDF's, and I still find it helpful and comforting.

The stories come in different flavors, and I am not fully through with all, though the Cult of the Elder Race is one I am eager for.

To readers, these stories are included:

The Swing in the Weeping Willow
The Redemption of Annabelle Hartman
The Recital
Always Keep Your Powder Dry
The Strange Encounter
A Clean Slate
The Other Side of the Door
A Bad Day for Snipes
The Crow’s Nest
Underneath the Bridge
To Kill a Spider
B is for Bully
Dumb and Lucky
In Wrath and Fire
The Hairpin Curve
The Lavatory Haunt
Bring Back Your Dead
The Woodland Trail
Bag Lady
What Keeps You Alive
The Highline
Sasquatch Hunters Inc.
The Halloween Tableau
Turn Me Off, Dead Man
Road Rage Revenge
I Am a Voodoo Zombie
The Cult of the Elder Race
Uncle Melvin’s Jacket

Format is OK, but I only know the PDF version downloaded from #Smashwords.

The prose is OK, no flaws, which spoiled my reading, and being older myself I enjoyed recognizing some punchlines & proverbs I had heard, or read, before. I liked that.

I think this ebook, this collection of short stories, is worthy to be checked out by more readers. Thanks, for the cost-free coupon.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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