Thirty creepy, atmospheric horror stories by Rayne Hall.
These stories are ‘quiet’ horror, not overly violent and gory, although there are some graphic moments.
Please note: these stories have been previously published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies as well as in the Six Scary Tales collections.
My Review: 4 1/2 Stars
I really enjoyed this collection of scary tales. To me, they remind me of a mixture of the Twilight Zone TV show and Tales from the Crypt. They are perfect for reading alone, or to a group for a scary night. Halloween is coming up and any of these would make a good tale while waiting for costume kids.
Even if you don’t want to be scared, many of these tales have a message that can teach the young people of our day: Like The Devil You Know, Greywalker, By Your Own Free Will, Double Rainbow, and Turkish Night. When my son and daughter get older, I will read these tales to them.
Rayne Hall brings emotion, description, and spooky tales alive to the read. I especially liked her comments after each tale saying what inspired the story.
I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.