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13: An Anthology Of Horror and Dark Fiction by [Blevins, Savannah, Farrar,Marissa, Flowers,Thomas S., Henderson,Taylor, Lee,Erin, Lynch,Carissa Ann, Nave,Bradon, Roach,D.A., Sands,Samie, Schoen,Sara, Valentine, S., Sonnenberg, Jackie, Swanson, Luke, Publishing, Limitless]
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13 has always been unlucky. But now it’s turned deadly…

Darkness has fallen. Real and unseen, evil is out there. Waiting. Watching. Biding its time. It might be your neighbor, your best friend—or something much, much worse. It might be the shadow itself. It will hunt you down when you least expect it. It will talk to you in the quiet hours of the morning and follow your footsteps when you’re alone. It’s chosen you…and it always gets what it wants.

13 dark tales await you. Ready to bring your worst childhood nightmares to life, to push you to the brink, and make you question your every decision…

The circus. Your beloved carnival rides. That mom and pop motel you pass every day on your way to work. They’ll never look innocent again. Because they’re not. No one and nothing can be trusted. Not even yourself.

Are you ready to take the ultimate dare? To spin the devil’s wheel?

Be careful…

13 will get you every time.

Authored By:
Bradon Nave
Carissa Ann Lynch
D.A. Roach
Erin Lee
Jackie Sonnenberg
Luke Swanson
Marissa Farrar
Samantha Sands
Sara Schoen
Savannah Blevins
Sophia Valentine
Taylor Henderson
Thomas S. Flowers

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2963 KB
  • Print Length: 435 pages
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (4 October 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for horror fans! 5 October 2016
By Kimberly Vanderbloom - Published on
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If you are looking for a scary there are plenty of stories that will keep you up until all hours of the night. I was excited to get my hands on a early copy of this anthology because I just love thrillers and horror stories and I've read a few of the authors in the past and enjoyed by experience. I was blown away and was pretty scared in quite a few of them. I will briefly summarize what I liked about each story, trying not to give away spoilers, and which one was my favorite.

Mechante Reine by Savannah Blevins
This was a good story to kick things off. It read fast and was rather captivating. My favorite part of this story was Abram. He had a kind heart and it I felt connected to him and his relationship with Lake. It actually brought a few tears to my eyes in the end.

ROOM 313 by Thomas S. Flowers
I was really excited to read this story. I have heard about Flowers horror writing ability and haven't got a chance to read his work yet. I was floored how quickly he invoked strong emotions inside of me. I will be moving his books to the top of my TBR now. My favorite part of his story was the end because I did not see that coming. It was shocking.

The Devil's Daughter by Marissa Farrar
I enjoyed this story. It was different going in to a different country and culture. I really enjoyed the main character Erika because I understood why she was feeling the way she was feeling. My favorite part of this story was watching the little girl sleeping at the meeting center in the morning. It was a shocking moment and made me gasp.

Haverly Insane Asylum by Taylor Henderson
Ok wow. There is just something creepy about an abandoned asylum and the secrets that it holds. Henderson transplants you to a very creepy one where there are no escapes. I thought this was extremely well done and I could easily imagine this being a movie. My favorite part was the ending and it was epic.

Anesthesia by D.A. Roach
Now this was my favorite story. It captures your attention and it won't let you go. It has a subtle build up to horrifying ending. I am a fan of this author and have been for awhile so it was the first story I read. It made me want to read the rest of the stories because this one was just so good. I felt connected to the main character from the first moment and it made me laugh and it got my heart racing like I was running from the cops. My favorite part was in the basement. I can't say much more than that without spoiling it but it was fast paced and scary.

This One's Broken by Bradon Nave
I have read some of Nave's work before so I was ready for some more of his twisted thoughts. This story did not disappoint. It had you hooked with no idea where it was going to go before you got there. I enjoyed not being able to guess. It was sick and twisted and a must read for any horror fan.

Ricochet by Carissa Ann Lynch
I was intrigued from the start. I loved the concept of an abandoned amusement park coming to life again. There is just something creepy about that. Lynch takes you there and leaves you uncomfortable. My favorite part was the ending because I did not see that coming. I actually want more of this story because I'm hooked.

Rest in Peace? by Erin Lee
Awww this was disturbing and interesting. I loved the different point of views. It made me laugh really hard after the first switch. It was interesting and kept you wondering what was going to happen. The whole situation that Lisa and Jeff were in was uncomfortable but I wanted to know more. It was done really well and my favorite part was that first switch to Jeff's point of view. It gave you a well rounded look at the situation.

The Virus: Prequel to AM13 Outbreak series by Samie Sands.
I'm a huge dystopian fan. After reading this I need to get my hands on this series. It was a prequel to the series and it gave me exactly what I need to devour this series. It had a handful of point of views. It was just a touch of what I'm hoping to experience in the series. My favorite point of view was Nurse Leigh February 12th. I knew once I read this that it was going to trouble. I can't wait to read the series

The Six-Foot Ladder by Luke Swanson
I was blown away by this story. It was an interesting take on wraiths. I liked it and it was unusually and sent chills up my spine. It was rather addicting because it took you on twists and turns that I didn't expect. My favorite part was when Dr Milt O'Connor was talking about death. It was creepy and disturbing but truthful. Overall, I really enjoyed this series and it flowed quickly.

The First of Thirteen by Sara Schoen
This story gives you a up front look to abduction and kidnapping. It was horrifying and it actually made me cry. I felt so connected to the main character Kelly. I wanted her to win and get free. It was uncomfortable and story that I think needs to be told. My favorite part was when Garrett was introduced. It took everything to the next level. I want more of this story because it was intriguing.

The Challenge by Sophia Valentine
A story about a circus will take your fear of it to the next level. It was twisted and grotesque. I loved it. It made me have a hard time falling asleep without the vivid images the author provided. I had to turn on a kid movie just to settle my mind. My favorite part was the House of Horrors. It was terrifying. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author.

Mirror Man by Jackie Sonnenberg
This story is seriously terrifying for any parent. It gives you a look at imaginary friends. It is a huge fear of mine that my child will start talking to an imaginary friend. It was terrifying for a parent and a interesting story. I really enjoyed it and the writing style. I look forward to reading more from this author.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good, scary collection 10 May 2017
By spleendingo - Published on
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Anthologies, in my experience, are hit and miss. There may be a few really good stories and a few not so great. Sometimes I think stories are added just to pad the page numbers.

Luckily this collection is tops from start to finish. There are a wide variety of sub genres included, but they are all well written, engaging, and shiver inducing! Of course, as with any anthology, I had my favorites out of the bunch but there isn't one that I felt was "weak" or "filler". I recommend you pick this up for a few hours of scares and suspense!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Collection Of Horror Stories 1 April 2017
By Kindle Customer - Published on
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I loved the amazing collection of genres in this collection. When you finished one story and "flipped the page" you never knew that to expect. Some of the stories should have been books because I wanted to keep on going.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 28 April 2017
By Rebecap6 - Published on
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loved the different stories and the styles of the writers
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding job! 9 October 2016
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Wow, did this one make my top Halloween read! I could barely sleep at night after all these dark, haunting stories, and that’s a wonderful compliment to all these amazing authors who created such an authentic setting in each of their stories. Reading story after story I was delighted to discover that this anthology included all of my favorite themes: an abandoned asylum, a sinister travelling circus, a rural family of sadistic killers, zombie epidemic, ghosts haunting hotels and mirrors; you name it – “13” has it!
The stories that impressed me the most were probably the ones that included elements of psychology; these kinds of stories that play mind games with you have always been my favorites. So I’d like to single out “Ricochet” here, where the protagonist, a young girl whose mother disappeared under mysterious circumstances after tragic events in an adventure park, can’t differentiate dreams from reality and slowly comes to discover what really happened during that gory night. Another one, “Haverly Insane Asylum,” in which a group of teens decided to spend a night in an abandoned mental hospital that was known to drive people stepping through its doors insane, also had quite an unexpected ending that I absolutely loved. And last but not least, “The Challenge,” in which a young girl finds herself trapped in a horror house of a travelling circus, and she has to face her ultimate fears in order to save her little brother.
All these stories kept me on the edge of my seat and I definitely see myself re-reading them in the future. Outstanding job!