Eulogies II: Tales from the Cellar Paperback – 7 July 2013
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- Paperback : 374 pages
- ISBN-13 : 978-0979234651
- ISBN-10 : 0979234654
- Product Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.16 x 22.86 cm
- Publisher : Hw Press (7 July 2013)
- Language: : English
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A Horror Fan's DreamReviewed in the United States on 17 February 2014
Many wonderful stories inhabit this anthology, but if I reviewed every one, it would ruin the anticipation of the next story awaiting the reader's enjoyment. So many varied styles and nuances exist, that even if one story may not be exactly what you were hoping for, certainly the next one will meet your requirements. "The Thing with Nothing to Give and Nothing to Lose" by Tom Piccirill, is an existentialistic ride through mens' choices and the actions they cause in this world which can lead down very different paths. "What Once was Bone" by Gary A. Braunbeck, twists one into a nightmare of what is reality, what is memory and what is pure imagination. Then there is the extremely creepy and disgusting, "A Serving of Nomu Sashimi" by Eric J. Guignard, which blew my mind. I have never tried sushi, never wanted to, and for sure now, never ever will try it. "Loneliness Makes the Loudest Noise" by Monica J. O'Rourke, is a descent into horrific madness, with a little help. Arthur Crow submits three musings for your enjoyment, two bleak poems and a bleak descriptive story/writing that will leave you gasping for some fresh air. Maurice Broaddus writes a disturbingly dark, dismal, horrific story called, "Awaiting Redemption", that chilled me to the bone and left me wondering how far religious zealots will go to obtain complete obedience and power. Finally, Gary McMahon with his, "Kitty", gives you a glimpse of his dark sense of humor and justice. A grouping of stories so "edible" are to be found in this book, I can't wait for the next one.
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Great stories to keep you on the edge of your ...Reviewed in the United States on 5 June 2017
Great stories to keep you on the edge of your seat! Meepy was particularly good! I read this while traveling and all the stories are a great length for this!
Great short stories for the horror fanReviewed in the United States on 24 January 2014
Fantastic book! Very well written and entertaining! Many different authors are included, all are worth reading! Would buy this again.
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Some stories were really good, but there were a few in there that ...Reviewed in the United States on 30 October 2014
This is a decent collection for when you just want to read something without diving into a novel. Some stories were really good, but there were a few in there that I thought had no place in a horror anthology. Also, do yourself a favor and skip over the three entries by Arthur Crow. They're just terrible. But all in all it's still worth reading.
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Keeps you thinkingReviewed in the United States on 24 January 2014
I really liked all the stories. But the one that stood out was Rose Blackthorns story. It gave me chills, but kept you thinking,
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