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Horror Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems (Young Adult Horror, #6)

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BEWARE! #1 Bestselling author Jackson Dean Chase is taking you on a terror-tour... Get ready for a non-stop thrill-ride through the forgotten, lonely places of the world: Cemeteries, Swamps, Forests, and Haunted Houses… perhaps even your house! Meet the monsters who dwell within: Demons, Ghosts, Mutants, Psychos, and Vampires. All the hungry beasts who lurk just out of sigh BEWARE! #1 Bestselling author Jackson Dean Chase is taking you on a terror-tour... Get ready for a non-stop thrill-ride through the forgotten, lonely places of the world: Cemeteries, Swamps, Forests, and Haunted Houses… perhaps even your house! Meet the monsters who dwell within: Demons, Ghosts, Mutants, Psychos, and Vampires. All the hungry beasts who lurk just out of sight, waiting to devour and destroy. You get 8 great stories, including an H.P. Lovecraft-inspired Cthulhu Mythos shocker, plus grisly poems like, “These Teeth Will Love You,” and “Black Gloves, Sharp Knife.” If you love horror, you don't dare miss these demented stories of Demons, Ghosts, Vampires and more...


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BEWARE! #1 Bestselling author Jackson Dean Chase is taking you on a terror-tour... Get ready for a non-stop thrill-ride through the forgotten, lonely places of the world: Cemeteries, Swamps, Forests, and Haunted Houses… perhaps even your house! Meet the monsters who dwell within: Demons, Ghosts, Mutants, Psychos, and Vampires. All the hungry beasts who lurk just out of sigh BEWARE! #1 Bestselling author Jackson Dean Chase is taking you on a terror-tour... Get ready for a non-stop thrill-ride through the forgotten, lonely places of the world: Cemeteries, Swamps, Forests, and Haunted Houses… perhaps even your house! Meet the monsters who dwell within: Demons, Ghosts, Mutants, Psychos, and Vampires. All the hungry beasts who lurk just out of sight, waiting to devour and destroy. You get 8 great stories, including an H.P. Lovecraft-inspired Cthulhu Mythos shocker, plus grisly poems like, “These Teeth Will Love You,” and “Black Gloves, Sharp Knife.” If you love horror, you don't dare miss these demented stories of Demons, Ghosts, Vampires and more...

39 review for Horror Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems (Young Adult Horror, #6)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    Jackson Dean Chase is back with more horror for young adults, more poems that will give you chills and more reasons to spend the evening with the family, safe and sound in a brightly lit room, reading. His latest collection of the eerie and ominous is Horror Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems. Once again, these short tales will drive you to the edge of your seat, ready to run at the first sound you hear. Prepare to have your wildest nightmares fed, your goosebumps to rise and your heart to bat just a Jackson Dean Chase is back with more horror for young adults, more poems that will give you chills and more reasons to spend the evening with the family, safe and sound in a brightly lit room, reading. His latest collection of the eerie and ominous is Horror Girls: Twisted Tales & Poems. Once again, these short tales will drive you to the edge of your seat, ready to run at the first sound you hear. Prepare to have your wildest nightmares fed, your goosebumps to rise and your heart to bat just a little faster as one suicidal girl is “saved” by a vampire with lips that rival her own fantasies. Do you believe in Big Foot? Dare to test whether he exists in a secluded cabin, alone? Not a fan of poetry? You may change your mind, it isn’t all gingham dogs and calico cats, you know! Quick reads that will continue to write themselves in your mind, as Mr. Chase sucks you in like quicksand in a swamp. Just in time for Halloween, repeat each story as you Trick or Treat, just to set the mood! I received this copy from Jackson Dean Chase in exchange for my honest review. Series: Young Adult Horror - Book 6 Publication Date: October 1, 2015 Publisher: Jackson Dean Chase, Inc Genre: YA Horror Print Length: 171 pages Available from: Amazon   For Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    this was absolutely awful. when i saw that it was a horror anthology centered around teenage girls i thought 'this is either going to be amazing or the worst thing ever'. unfortunately it was the later. basically all these stories are about ugly/fat/tomboy girls who want boyfriends or are about to kill themselves because they don't have boyfriends or oh yeah the one story about a girl getting raped by bigfoot. well ...really a bunch of girls getting raped by a bunch of bigfoots. definite low poi this was absolutely awful. when i saw that it was a horror anthology centered around teenage girls i thought 'this is either going to be amazing or the worst thing ever'. unfortunately it was the later. basically all these stories are about ugly/fat/tomboy girls who want boyfriends or are about to kill themselves because they don't have boyfriends or oh yeah the one story about a girl getting raped by bigfoot. well ...really a bunch of girls getting raped by a bunch of bigfoots. definite low point of the entire thing. and if i had thought to start taking a drink every time a girl says she is acting 'like a slut' i probably would have been drunk enough to be amused by how awful this entire thing is instead of just pissed off. besides the general misogyny the stories are just not very well written either and they are definitely not anything approaching scary. the twists are very run of the mill and all the characters are extremely two-dimensional. so glad i got this from instafreebie instead of paying for it. yikes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Venla

    Terrifying, amazing and such a page-turner. I couldn't stop reading once I got to first page, I loved this so much! The poems were unique and the tales were horrifying but so very good! I'm in love with this book to be honest, it's one of the best books I've ever read lately. Terrifying, amazing and such a page-turner. I couldn't stop reading once I got to first page, I loved this so much! The poems were unique and the tales were horrifying but so very good! I'm in love with this book to be honest, it's one of the best books I've ever read lately.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bau Johnson

    Ok. Now, I'm a horror fan. I love me some scares. And this book...doesn't quite scratch that itch. Well, I should say collection of short stories. Some of them are rather short, while others aren't nearly as short. Now, while I don't mind the use of teenagers as protagonist, I also felt like there needed to be something...different about some of the characters. All of them, save one, had a severe lack of depth to them. These girls have some sort of problem, whether it's with a boy, or because th Ok. Now, I'm a horror fan. I love me some scares. And this book...doesn't quite scratch that itch. Well, I should say collection of short stories. Some of them are rather short, while others aren't nearly as short. Now, while I don't mind the use of teenagers as protagonist, I also felt like there needed to be something...different about some of the characters. All of them, save one, had a severe lack of depth to them. These girls have some sort of problem, whether it's with a boy, or because their lives aren't what they want them to be. I don't know. Except for the last story, I wasn't very thrilled with this as a whole. If you enjoy brief snippets of horror, then this read is for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Not Kindle Unlimited, received it via one of those here are some free books hope you take the time to review it. Actually aware of this writer, read Worms Ate Your Face {poetry collection} and quite a few of his other works, and he never has been 'right' but he's been entertaining and sometimes amusing and sometimes gross, but at least never boring.At one time had quite a few on ku but don't think any or many now.Just check out his writer page on amazon already.Some of the others got through fre Not Kindle Unlimited, received it via one of those here are some free books hope you take the time to review it. Actually aware of this writer, read Worms Ate Your Face {poetry collection} and quite a few of his other works, and he never has been 'right' but he's been entertaining and sometimes amusing and sometimes gross, but at least never boring.At one time had quite a few on ku but don't think any or many now.Just check out his writer page on amazon already.Some of the others got through freebies too or else ku. Dates may be wrong on some of the reviews, missed some.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Holzapfel

    This is a very well rounded selection of tales and poems. They are unlike any other young adult horror I have read. The Author using the writing styles of many well loved horror novelists. I would recommend this to any reader who wants to grab hold of their youth, even if for only a few hours.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Marsh

    Horror Girls is another collection of short stories and dark poetry by Jackson Dean Chase. He continues to amaze me with his creativity and darkness. One of his stories is about Bigfoot. Normally, I’m completely uninterested in anything Bigfoot related, but I can honestly say I actually enjoyed this story. It was completely different from what I expected and I was very surprised by the ending. It was a cool twist. While I did enjoy the Bigfoot story, my favorite story in this book is definitely Horror Girls is another collection of short stories and dark poetry by Jackson Dean Chase. He continues to amaze me with his creativity and darkness. One of his stories is about Bigfoot. Normally, I’m completely uninterested in anything Bigfoot related, but I can honestly say I actually enjoyed this story. It was completely different from what I expected and I was very surprised by the ending. It was a cool twist. While I did enjoy the Bigfoot story, my favorite story in this book is definitely “Who’s Afraid of Lordy Murch?” There is so much going on in this story that I wanted all the answers at once, but I knew I would have to wait until the end to find out what was really going on (as usual). I’ll tell you, at the end I had a serious “WTF???” moment. However, it was a good WTF moment. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a variety of creative and interesting horror stories.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Lock your doors and windows. Turn on all the lights. Now your ready to read one of the scariest collections of stories and poems ever written! Jackson Dean Chase is a master when it comes to twisted endings, and Horror Girls is no exception. It will literally have you on the edge of your seat. Jackson definitely knows how to put a fresh, unexpected spin on classic monsters like demons, ghosts, and other things that go bump in the night. Pick up any of his books. You won't be disappointed. Lock your doors and windows. Turn on all the lights. Now your ready to read one of the scariest collections of stories and poems ever written! Jackson Dean Chase is a master when it comes to twisted endings, and Horror Girls is no exception. It will literally have you on the edge of your seat. Jackson definitely knows how to put a fresh, unexpected spin on classic monsters like demons, ghosts, and other things that go bump in the night. Pick up any of his books. You won't be disappointed.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    What a delicious selection of the creepy, ghoulish and downright weird! Short stories are interspersed with poems that complement the dark themes and the novel reminds me very much of Stephen King's early works of collected tales. You can imagine the stories as episodes of "The Twilight Zone" and were very reminiscent of the old pulp horror comics I used to read as a kid. Highly recommended for lovers of collected works of horror stories. What a delicious selection of the creepy, ghoulish and downright weird! Short stories are interspersed with poems that complement the dark themes and the novel reminds me very much of Stephen King's early works of collected tales. You can imagine the stories as episodes of "The Twilight Zone" and were very reminiscent of the old pulp horror comics I used to read as a kid. Highly recommended for lovers of collected works of horror stories.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michael Elliott

    Great YA horror Jackson Dean Chase deftly combines the elements of YA fiction such as teenage angst and combines it with original horror. Many great stories but my favourite was Who's afraid of Lordy Murch. Great YA horror Jackson Dean Chase deftly combines the elements of YA fiction such as teenage angst and combines it with original horror. Many great stories but my favourite was Who's afraid of Lordy Murch.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amber Rose

    A gory fun time The poems were probably my favorite in this book of Chase's. Not much horror, in my opinion, but still an interesting read. A gory fun time The poems were probably my favorite in this book of Chase's. Not much horror, in my opinion, but still an interesting read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy Arndt

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ciara Conkey

  14. 4 out of 5

    Roxie Prince

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    Kelly Hatcher

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    elaine

  19. 5 out of 5

    Patty Reed

  20. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jackson Dean Chase

  22. 5 out of 5

    Devra "Dee" Huff

  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Mary

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    Aunt T

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    Richard

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    Sherri Smith

  28. 4 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Askew

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    Rye

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    Mardi Gorham

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    Sherry Fundin

  35. 5 out of 5

    SensBaby21

  36. 4 out of 5

    Rumeur

  37. 4 out of 5

    Fauzi Fauzi

  38. 5 out of 5

    Kerry

  39. 4 out of 5

    Tlbrodo

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