10/27/2014

Thirty Scary Tales eBook Review



Synopsis
A collection of thirty creepy, thrilling, suspenseful, disturbing stories with ghosts, vampires and evil humans. This book is for people who like subtle scares with psychological depth rather than gross-out gore. The stories PG13, intended for adults, and also suitable for teenagers with parental guidance.

My Thoughts
Isn't that a cool and spooky cover? I really like it.
I am totally a scary story FANATIC. I have said this many times before in my book reviews. I love to get so enthralled in a book that can scare me, disturb me, make me look over my shoulder, make me wonder if the events in the book could really happen...
The darker the stories are and the more unique, the better.
I read this book of thirty tales and they were all pretty different from one another. Were they the scariest things that I have ever read? 
Not really, but I'm not disappointed. The stories were all far from traditional. They surprised me at points because some took some interesting dark turns. I like that. Some were just disturbing and gross. I like that too. 
The author has a nice writing style that I can get into.
I like the illustrations as well. 

This is a nice book to add to your collection of scary stories, especially now during the Halloween season.

#RayneHall


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