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Night Terrors Vol. 19: Short Horror Stories Anthology

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  1. 4 out of 5

    David

    In this volume we get a great variety of frights. We have giant leeches, overprotective nannies, intelligent giant beetles and a host of other insane scenarios. This is what I like most about this series - that even after 19 volumes, the stories never get stale or repetitive. Sure, there are a lot of ghosts but they come in many different flavors. Terrors don't have to be presented in "familiar" forms (werewolves, zombies, ghosts, etc) to make you keep the lights on at night. In fact, it's findi In this volume we get a great variety of frights. We have giant leeches, overprotective nannies, intelligent giant beetles and a host of other insane scenarios. This is what I like most about this series - that even after 19 volumes, the stories never get stale or repetitive. Sure, there are a lot of ghosts but they come in many different flavors. Terrors don't have to be presented in "familiar" forms (werewolves, zombies, ghosts, etc) to make you keep the lights on at night. In fact, it's finding monsters in nontraditional guises that provides the most memorable reads. None of that would mean squat if the stories themselves weren't well written , and these are. They rarely have predictable endings and many will make the reader sit up and say "whoa!"

  2. 5 out of 5

    REMEMBER UKRAINE NOW ReadingReindeer

    Halloween is close, so warm your heart and scare yourself with this 12-story collection in Scare Street's NIGHT TERRORS Series. From a Haunting that is actually healing to a new kind of Haunting never before encountered by eidetic Jimmy Hsu, there's appeal here to all to "get your scares on," stay awake all night...and ponder on a possible other cause of wasting disease. Jump in and enjoy these Scares. Halloween is close, so warm your heart and scare yourself with this 12-story collection in Scare Street's NIGHT TERRORS Series. From a Haunting that is actually healing to a new kind of Haunting never before encountered by eidetic Jimmy Hsu, there's appeal here to all to "get your scares on," stay awake all night...and ponder on a possible other cause of wasting disease. Jump in and enjoy these Scares.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Roth

    Enjoyable eerie! This is an interesting anthology of horror stories, widely varied to ensure there's something to creep out everyone! I found Sarah Stegall's contribution especially horrific! Enjoyable eerie! This is an interesting anthology of horror stories, widely varied to ensure there's something to creep out everyone! I found Sarah Stegall's contribution especially horrific!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jackson Robinson

    A great book for the spooky season!

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    Sarah

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    Terry R. Lukefahr

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    Trisha Sims

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    Ann Stiles

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    Becky Thompson

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    Rebecca Borrero

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    MaryAnn O'Halloran

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    Deborah

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    Simon Ferris

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    Matthew

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    richard duncan

  19. 5 out of 5

    joseph brown

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    Melissa Sluder

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    Amy Thorp

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    Cynthia Polnick

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    Trudie Johnson

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    James Powell

  29. 5 out of 5

    yolanda harrison moore

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Beth Smith

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