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The Best of Horror Library: Volumes 1-5

by Bentley Little, Michael A. Arnzen (Contributor), Eric J. Guignard (Contributor)

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Ooooooh .... spooky!

Normally I shy away from multi-author fiction collections since the quality and tone tends to vary so markedly. I can't really remember why I decided to give this horror collection a try. Probably because it said Best of, so I figured it wouldn't be awful. And it wasn't awful; it was pretty good. I read through it quickly in two evenings. I can't say that there were any stand-outs for me, but overall, the tone wasn't overly genre. This was more like reading literary fiction in the horror realm than pure slash-em-aliens-ghost-psychic pulp. And there were some slash-em stories, and alien stories, and ghost stories, and psychic stories, a good variety of different plots and points-of-view. Nothing too frightening though (although I doubt anything is going to be as frightening as me being eleven, alone in the dark, and reading about Danny getting trapped in the snow tunnel The Shining). Just mild thrills. A good diversion.

The Best of Horror Library: Volumes 1-5 edited by R.J. Cavender went on sale May 6, 2015.

I received a copy free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  reluctantm | Mar 13, 2016 |
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I inhaled this book it was so good. fast paced and entertaining till the very last macabre story. Its been a while since I've been able to dole out 5 stars on any book so this was a refreshing change. ( )
  nubian_princesa | Jun 6, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0996115900, Paperback)

Cutting Block Books proudly presents the best of the Horror Library, Volumes 1-5. This collection honors a full ten years of excellence in short horror fiction. Selected and curated by the original team behind the three-time Bram Stoker Award® nominated Horror Library series, these thirty-three short stories should delight horror fans of all stripes.

Nearly 150 superb short stories have appeared in the Horror Library—and the ones in this book are truly among the best and most distinctive. So come on in, browse around. The Library will be open all night...

From the Publisher's Introduction: "In these pages you’ll find starving people and hungry ghosts; silent invasions and mysterious travelers; burning lovers and patriotic cannibals. It’s a book where gas stations aren’t what they seem, and neither are door-to-door salespeople. It’s a book where the end of the world doesn’t have to be, well, the end of the world."

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