Tales To Terrify Vol 1

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Well there you are.

I am so accustomed to welcoming you in person to the Nook, offering drink, nibbles, and each week’s tale to terrify, that I’m not sure how to behave like a co-editor who’s also trying to convince you to click the BUY button over there, so…

Welcome, Children of the Night. Welcome to the book, welcome to “Tales to Terrify, Volume 1.” More

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Reviews

Review by: Christopher Munroe on Jan. 21, 2013 : star star star star star
Really charming read. I'd already been a fan of the TTT podcast, and was thrilled when they put out their first short story compilation. A fascinating collection, featuring original and occasionally twisted takes on the horror genre. Also: It includes "Chair", by Martin Mundt, which is full-stop the best bit of short fiction, any genre, that i've read in the past year.

A must read. Buy it now.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Mike Dominic on Nov. 26, 2012 : star star star star star
You should not be reading this review.
The table of contents of this book is nearly a Who's Who of modern horror. The names contained in this volume are so luminous, and the quality of work they contribute so nonpareil, that it is almost an insult for the reader to question whether it is worth buying this book, even so far as to read what another reader has to say about it. There's not one whit I can say about Gene Wolf or Joe Lansdale or John Shirley...just to sample a few...that will add anything to the legend that precedes them, and any one of the contributions in this book is, in itself, worth the price of admission. And so, for the simple reason that the value of this book, from it's gloriously lurid cover through to it's final author bio, is beyond question or reproach, you should not be reading this review.
That and the sad fact that the minute you spend reading this review is one less minute spent reading the book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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