Tales From Dark Places - The Halloween Collection

Rated 3.67/5 based on 6 reviews
A selection of chilling stories from some of the best Indie authors on the market. We dare you to venture into these pages of spine chilling tales and stories of ghosts and goblins.

Contributing Authors: Peter John, D.C. Rogers, Sonya C. Dodd, Sheryl Seal, Madhu Kalyan Mattaparth, Alan Hardy, William O'Brien, Gunjan Vyas, Chris Raven.
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Published by Peter John
Words: 14,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310508899
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A selection of chilling stories from some of the best Indie authors on the market. We dare you to venture into these pages of spine chilling tales and stories of ghosts and goblins. Contributing Authors: Peter John, D.C. Rogers, Sonya C. Dodd, Sheryl Seal, Madhu Kalyan Mattaparth, Alan Hardy, William O'Brien, Gunjan Vyas, Chris Raven. Cover Art by Book Birdy Designs.

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Review by: James Jenkins on March 05, 2017 :
I got part way into the first story... and the implausibility of person waiting upstairs to receive a cornea transplant from a Jane Doe murder victim. There are just so many things wrong there...
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Review by: chucklesthescot on June 14, 2014 :
DC Rogers-Dinner, date and autopsy
A date raped woman awakes just as her autopsy is about to begin.
This was good. It had tension and a nice twist that gave a good ending. (3 star)

Sonya C Dodd-Alone
A recurring dream of being murdered and waking to spend the day alone is a special kind of punishment.
It was ok but the punishment was not as cruel as the crimes so it wasn't a greatly satisfying ending. (2 star)

Peter John-It started with a whisper
Woman has dreams/hallucinations of things telling her pain was coming.
Well that was pretty much the whole story so it felt pointless and boring to me. (1 star)

Chris Raven-The Visitor
James gets a visit from his angry spurned wife.
The big reveal was a damp squib as it was obvious what was coming. Predictable and done countless times before. (2 star)

Sheryl Seal-The Goblin Changeling
A group of trick or treating goblins find the night spoiled by a lack of self control.
Amusing enough story with a moral of why rules need to be followed. (2.5 star)

Madhu Kalyan Mattaparthi-Bars
Someone trapped inside finds messages to help their escape.
This was confusing weirdness on a grand scale. (1 star)

Alan Hardy-Death's Track
George feels something is holding him back in life and death feels near.
This was a quirky little horror tale that I liked. (2.5 star)

Gunjan Vyas-Melinda
A lonely woman waits for the love of her life to return.
This one was not a great read. (1 star)

William O'Brien-Charlie Featherwick
A stupid child's prank played on a witch is punished.
It was ok but did get a bit confusing. (2 star)
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Review by: norainwonderland on Dec. 09, 2013 :
Great book.
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Review by: Jim Murdoch on Nov. 22, 2013 :
Suspense, surprise, surreal, shocking, sinister, subtle, heart-pounding, side-glancing, door-checking, spine-shivers. These are words and reactions which best describe this collection of uncanny short stories. Each author has delved deep into their psyche, raising scenes and unwrapping fears which are best left be. Read at your peril. A delightful read on a darkened night with only your cat as company.
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Review by: Shemeka Mitchell on Nov. 19, 2013 :
What a great collection of short stories. Each story was well written and flowed nicely. Each author had an amazing story to tell that drew you in and kept your attention throughout the entire story. The morgue and the goblins are my favorite two because of the fact that I could not help putting myself in the place of the woman on the slab and imagining the horror of being alive during all of that! Great good to all.
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Review by: Carolyn Bennett on Nov. 02, 2013 :
A wonderfully delightful collection of hauntingly good short stories. With each author comes a unique writing style which adds to the mystery of the book, you don't know what to expect in the next. The Halloween collection will no doubt have you checking for monsters under your bed and wondering if those nightmares are real or not. Congratulations to all the authors on an excellent collection. I am looking forward to the the Christmas collaberation.
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