The Shadows of Insanity

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The Shadows of Insanity, is a journey through the mental madness of horror author, Boris Lee. Lee introduces his readers to characters that are based in a modern reality, yet alternate state of existence. It is the place somewhere on the dark side of the rainbow, where your hero may not overcome his adversary. The Shadows of Insanity, will leave you shivering in "Screamtastic sensation". More

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About Boris Lee

Known as the Tenor of Terror, Boris Lee is an American author, best known for his work in horror. Born in New York City, Lee writes horror fiction based in a modern world setting, with a realistic approach to the unbelievable becoming, believable. Lee’s tales will scare, shock, and most of all… entertain you.

Lee discovered his desire to write horror while attending college for criminal justice and psychology. Since that point in time, Lee has written horror tales in his spare time. “For years now, friends have told me I should pursue a career in writing. At last, I feel the time is right for making this dream of mine, a reality.”

His website, theborisleehorrors.com, provides tales of terror, metal music reviews, along with presenting fellow creative creatures an outlet for constructive exposure.

The Shadows of Insanity, Lee's first anthology of terror tales, is available now in e-book and paperback editions.

Reviews

Review by: Vozpit on Nov. 5, 2018 :
I love horror stories. Whether they be in a series of books, like Dean Koontz's Frankenstein or short poems, like the Raven by Poe. That being said, I loved this book. Writer Boris Lee runs the full field of horror with this collection of stories. Some stories are funny (but still creepy) others disturbing & some straight out frightening.

Sometimes, it's hard to believe these stories come from one mind. One twisted mind. It's hard to say which story is my favorite, but the one that stuck with me is a real short one about a sniper. Lee's description of the act, along with what's going through the mind of the shooter & the mind of the victim (before the bullet goes through his mind) is disturbing. Maybe too disturbing. This book is not for the kids & that's just great.

This book is a quick read, but satisfying. It would also make a great gift for anyone who loves horror. Lee proves he is a good author & I look forward to more from him. Keep your eyes open for him. And one eye open when you sleep.
(reviewed 52 days after purchase)

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