THE HORROR COLLECTION:
Book 6 in the Horror Collection contains stories by Tim Curran, Douglas Hackle, Kyle M. Scott, Mike Duke, Zoey Xolton, Natasha Sinclair & Kevin J. Kennedy.
We will take you on a trip through hell, to vampire torn lands, find out the perils of collecting too many books, and many more terrifying adventures.
Table of Contents
“That Song I Sing” by Kyle M. Scott
“And the Dead Shall Perish” by Mike Duke
“Are You the Girl with Ribbons in Her Hair?” by Douglas Hackle
“Soft White Underbelly” by Tim Curran
“Steerage Rats” by Natasha Sinclair
“Blood for Blood” by Zoey Xolton
“Book Magic” by Kevin J. Kennedy
The Horror Collection: Pink Edition is a diverse collection of impactful horror stories, much like other installments of The Horror Collection series. Why would it be called “Pink Edition?” Hmm. Irony? Subterfuge? Representative of the color of diluted blood? Read it and see what you think.
“That Song I Sing” by Kyle M. Scott is a tale of extreme psychological horror with a macabre and twisted ending. This story is reminiscent of the works of Edgar Allen Poe, with a modern flair, of course.
“And the Dead Shall Perish” by Mike Duke is the horrifying tale of a teen boy caught in a vampire apocalypse. Duke’s gift for characterization and terror shines through in this story.
“Are You the Girl with Ribbons in Her Hair?” by Douglas Hackle is the stuff of nightmares and gave me nightmares. This extreme horror story defies reason and sanity.
“Soft White Underbelly” by Tim Curran reads like Stephen King dipped in Edward Lee, with all the best attributes of both. In what way? King’s way of men bringing about the horrors they find themselves in, and the horrors are something Lee would inflict upon them.
“Steerage Rats” by Natasha Sinclair is dark prose turned gruesome terror. It is a complex story of deceit on many levels with a sprinkle of sci-fi horror and garnish of bloody creature horror.
“Blood for Blood” by Zoey Xolton is a story in two parts. The first part is really stand alone in its depth and presentation, a story of historic horrors of humanity. The second part takes the story to another level of completion, a dark imagining of what follows such beliefs and action.
“Book Magic” by Kevin J. Kennedy is a bibliophilic horror told in the first person. This one, of course, hit home with me and sent my mind racing.
The Pink Edition is an excellent installment in The Horror Collection series.
Get it on Amazon: getbook.at/horrorcollectionpink