They say that confession is necessary to purify the soul. However, there are some deeds that are so sinister, so wicked, that even the most remorseful admission of guilt is not enough to atone for them.
From the mind of Vincent V. Cava comes his most twisted book to date: Nine frightening stories told through the voices of those who witnessed them. These terrifying tales will horrify and sicken you. For those lovers of grim, supernatural fiction, Dark Anonymous Confessions is a must-listen.
©2014 Vincent V. Cava (P)2015 Vincent V. Cava
My taste differs from kid books to gory horror books.
Eleven stories. Fast Enough and Honey Bee are really good. The Eye of Ra and Sweet Talk are good. The rest are okay and not a waste of your time. No anthology is perfect so, starting now if I find a few great stories and no bad I will give the book five stars.
Mr. Creepy Pasta
Pasta is actually pretty good, but he is not what you would expect. He sounds like he is mid twenties to mid thirties and he is not creepy. The name is misleading and he really should dump it.
A very well written book. If you like chilling horror stories then this is for you. The narrator is Mr creepy pasta and he does such a good job with bringing the characters to life. After listening to this I want to listen/ read to Vincent's d Cava's other books.
excellent writing and storytelling by vincent v cava as to be expected from an author of this caliber and the outstanding naration by mr creepypasta really brings this work to life
This book was the best one I have ever heard plz keep doing what you do plz and M.CP you are a great narrator and YouTuber I love these types of books the scary but funny and the chilling up the spine feeling thank you once again Mr.Vincent and Mr.CP!!.
I don't usually rush out for all the "best sellers", but give each intriguing book/author a look. I have found many diamonds in the rough.
This was a short book of short stories. I liked the way Cava writes, his fast moving horror shorts kept my interest and had a few good shockers along the way. This is a good listen for early Stephen King lovers.
I'm a big fan of V V Cava and had already heard several stories in this collection. But hearing them a second or in some cases a third time only reminded me why I'm a fan. His clever use of dark humor carefully sprinkled throughout these tales isn't for everyone, but if you enjoy horror that at times makes you laugh aloud, this book's for you.
"I'd listen but not in the dark"
the story's where gripping and the discription of the creatures and various scenarios left a to vivid image in my head there less focus on gore so the scares are less shock value and more genuinely creepy
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