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Horror Library, Volume 5 by Bentley Little
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Horror Library, Volume 5

by Bentley Little, Michael A. Arnzen (Contributor), RJ Cavender (Editor), Boyd E. Harris (Editor)

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This is an anthology of a wide range of traditional horror stories. Some are funny, some are creepy, some are just gross.

Whether or not they were to my taste, though, they were all quite well-written, and only a couple so vague that at the end I had little idea what had been going on. Since I often have that response when horror is more atmospheric than narrative, I consider this a good thing.

I think more hard-core horror fans than I am might enjoy this more than I did. Still, it's a very good collection. ( )
  cissa | Oct 23, 2014 |
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Spanning the universe of modern literary horror, this Bram Stoker Award® nominated 5th volume in the acclaimed Horror Library series features 30 genre rich short stories by 30 cutting edge authors, some well known, some soon to be. If you'd like a snapshot of where horror fiction is headed, you have found the right book.

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