Little Selene was bored. And then came the mysterious Toyman, carrying a very special toybox, filled with wonders and terrors beyond imagination. As Selene peered into the toybox, the stories tumbled out: a quiet little girl whose horrible secret bursts forth at a Halloween party... a doll made of corn that hides a very nasty surprise... a depraved celebration for the last vampire... All of these and many more awaited Selend - and now they wait for you - inside the toybox. Go ahead, open it, if you dare.
Toybox is the first ever collection of stories by horror master Al Sarrantonio, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of more than 20 novels and editor of the landmark horror anthology 999. Toybox itself was nominated for an International Horror Guild Award for best collection.
©2000 Al Sarrantonio (P)2011 David N. Wilson
Individuals who may have Attention Deficit Disorder or third graders wanting a cheap thrill.
The stories themselves. Most made no sense, no real structure, and no plots.
Performance was okay.
Save your money!
The narrator was an awesome choice for this colleciton of short stories. A large variety of stories (one is even sort of Sci-fi) made this a very enjoyable collection too.
I never have, but I will be seeking Al Dano out.
There is one story that almost made me throw-up because I was so disgusted by it (had two children killing animals). All of the others were great.
This was not my favourite book,I just did not expect it to be all different stories,but i must admit the stories towards the end did get better.
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