Monday, 1 December 2014

Wicked Things Ed's Jae and Astrid Ohletz

This is an eclectic collection of fourteen stories of things that go bump in the night, supernatural beings and chilling tales to thrill you and keep you awake at night.

1) Spirit Quest, LLC by Andi Marquette

A story of a team of ghost hunters and their quest to find the ghost of a young woman. They get more than they bargain for. Star rating 5/5

2) A Certain Moon by Elaine Burnes

A story of a first date and some unruly fur babies. Star rating 5/5

3) Walking After Midnight by Lois Cloarec Hart

A story of unrequited love and it’s outcome on party night. Star rating 5/5

4) Moon Dance by Bridget Essex

A story of a woman on a camping trip dreaming of her ex lover, or is it a dream? Star rating 5/5

5) The Road Home by May Dawney

A story of a ghostly tale coming true, or does it? Star rating 5/5

6) Hit and Run by Q Kelly

A story of a hit and run on Halloween night five years previously. Star rating 4/5

7) A Lesson In Magic by Cori Kane

A story of a lesbian meeting a man on Halloween night and being attracted to him, but all is not as it seems. Star rating 4/5

8) Strega by R.G Emanuelle

A story of an attraction between a woman fleeing from an abusive marriage and a witch. Star rating 5/5

9) Object Permanence by Steph Gottschalk

A story of a terrible accident and a possible haunting. Star rating 5/5

10) Taylor-Made by Catherine Lane

A story of Taylor stealing a jacket and the magical outcome. Star rating 5/5

11) Ghost Lights by Erzabet Bishop

A story of a supernatural experience in a tea room. Star rating 5/5

12) A Winter Story by S.M Harding

A story of a ceremony to raise the dead. Star rating 4/5

13) That Day by Orhea The Dreamer

A story of a werewolf hunter on Halloween. Star rating 4/5

14) Fresh Blood by Eve Francis

A story of a vampire cop hiding her feeding habit from her girlfriend. Star rating 5/5

It goes without saying that these stories are above average. I enjoyed them all, some more than others, but they are all very well written and edited.  

Some of these authors are well known to me, others are new and I’ll be watching out for more from them in the future.

Primarily this book was published for Halloween, but it can be enjoyed at any time of the year.


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