[E-Book] ✓ Horror Library, Volume 6 | BY ✓ Eric J. Guignard Bentley Little Jeffrey Ford John M. Floyd Carole Johnstone Stephanie Bedwell-Grime David Tallerman Darren O. Godfrey

Horror Library, Volume 6 By Eric J. Guignard Bentley Little Jeffrey Ford John M. Floyd Carole Johnstone Stephanie Bedwell-Grime David Tallerman Darren O. Godfrey,

  • Title: Horror Library, Volume 6
  • Author: Eric J. Guignard Bentley Little Jeffrey Ford John M. Floyd Carole Johnstone Stephanie Bedwell-Grime David Tallerman Darren O. Godfrey
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  • Page: 448
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The multiple Bram Stoker Award nominated Horror Library anthology series is back Shepherded by new editor Eric J Guignard himself a past Stoker winner Horror Library Volume 6 is imbued with a new level of literary energy and purpose It features 27 brand new horror short stories, written by 27 different authors, including well known pros and up and coming new talenThe multiple Bram Stoker Award nominated Horror Library anthology series is back Shepherded by new editor Eric J Guignard himself a past Stoker winner Horror Library Volume 6 is imbued with a new level of literary energy and purpose It features 27 brand new horror short stories, written by 27 different authors, including well known pros and up and coming new talents.As always, if you d like a snapshot of where modern literary horror fiction is headed, you ve found the right book.Don t miss Horror Library Volume 6 The Librarian is waiting for YOU.
    Horror Library Volume The multiple Bram Stoker Award nominated Horror Library anthology series is back Shepherded by new editor Eric J Guignard himself a past Stoker winner Horror Library Volume is imbued with a new leve

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    1. First of all, I felt like I was reading this book for such an incredibly long time I normally adore horror anthologies, and this one wasn t horrible, but for some reason, it just dragged on and on I think the problem was that I m used to reading horror anthologies with some sort of a theme , but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn t find any sort of running design with this selection The editor himself even introduces a few stories by implying that they don t quite fit, though I did appreciate [...]

    2. Review of HORROR LIBRARY VOL 6Edited by Eric J GuignardThe HORROR LIBRARY ongoing anthology has a well deserved repute for literate horror penned by talented authors This volume ranges from first publication of an author, through not yet well known talent, to horror household names, satiating a wide interest range while simultaneously inspiring a desire to explore these authors further 27 stories are accompanied by an illuminating introduction from the new editor, whetting readers horror loving [...]

    3. I love short horror stories so this was a huge treat for me It was a great way to discover some new authors and also read some of my all time favorites My heart skipped a beat when I saw Bentley Little This book contains 27 dark and delicious stories sure to fill you with dread Now a few of them did end too abruptly for my taste and I would have preferred a definitive ending I am not against leaving things to the readers imagination or leaving an end that could be open to interpretation but a n [...]

    4. This anthology deserves 6 out of 5 stars It is always difficult for any anthology series that continues to sustain momentum and to show that each new volume is even better than the last, but Guignard was the absolute perfect choice to be at the helm of the newest Horror Library He has a spectacular ability to select stories that are all fantastically well written and of such a high calibre that is rare to find in anthologies Even the stories that did not interest me in Horror Library Volume 6 we [...]

    5. A horror for every taste This book that has a collection of stories by 27 different authors is horror masterpiece in itself.I d like to mention The Night Truck by Stephanie Bedwell Grime The story is narrated simply, but still it scares you very much It s my favourite in the whole book The Plumber is another story that will leave you scared and feeling Ugh All the stories have there own and unique narration style Making every story stand out from the other This was my first time reading Horror L [...]

    6. A solid collection from cover to cover I don t think there s a single clunker in this anthology, and better yet the story order is well pieced together, providing a nice sense of flow from story to story Five Pointed Spell by Jeffery Ford, Old Hag by Ahna Wayne Aposhian, and Hear the Eagle Scream by Edward Erdelac are standout good even amongst the general quality of this anthology.

    7. I recomend I had come across previous volumes of this series before and thought they were always a good collection of stories Its nice to see the these books continue after some years under a new editor Eric Guignard that makes it as good or even better Not all stories in any book like this can be great, but none were let downs either Some of my favorites were HEAR THE EAGLE SCREAM by Edward Erdelac, BETTER YOU BELIEVE by Carole Johnstone, OLDSTONE GARDENS by Tom Johnstone, ELSA AND I by Raymond [...]

    8. Writer and editor Eric Grignard stepped in to edit the most recent volume of Horror Library Over a seven month period and almost 1,110 submissions, Guignard expertly whittled the mountain of essays down to an incredibly cohesive 27 stories The tales run the gamut of the horror spectrum, and every single one are excellently written In addition, the sequence of the essays compliment and build on each other exceedingly well It was difficult to put this collection While I enjoyed all of the essays i [...]

    9. Very imaginative, smart stories Light horror, new myths, no blood or guts or normal monsters Every story is completely different than the last.

    10. Former contributor Eric J Guignard takes the reigns for Volume Six of this open themed horror anthology series, selecting 27 new tales of terror and suspense.Featuring a mix of new and familiar names it s a solid collection of stories that covers a wide spectrum of natural and supernatural horrors.As with all anthologies of this magnitude, some will appeal than others depending on individual tastes but each feels well worthy of a place in the table of contents.Personal favourites included Steph [...]

    11. Hard to rate this book due to fact that some of the short stories were great while others were less than commendable A good overall book of horrors

    12. I received an ARC via Netgalley.This is the first volume of the well established Horror Library that I have read and wanted to read this after seeing one of my GoodReads friends reading it.From what I can gather, the Horror Library exists to showcase unpublished or under published authors in the horror genre There are some authors who are frequently published in this series, but there is an open invitation for authors to submit their work in the hope of being included I do like that Guignard has [...]

    13. There are some stories in this collection that I really enjoyed and others that didn t quite do it for me as is true of most story anthologies I would warrant Guignard, the editor, has collated 27 tales that have a very dark edge to them There is little room for candour or levity here, which I appreciated given that this is a horror anthology My favourite tale was The Red Eye to Boston , by John M Floyd This was a particularly well constructed tale about the dangers of flying with neo nazis and [...]

    14. I received this arc from Netgalley A good collection of horror stories There were a few duds but the good ones outnumbered those I will be looking for the other books in this series Recommended

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