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Autumn Nights

By: Cass Kim, Edison T. Crux, Matthew Cesca, Jacob Faust, Mandy Lawson, K.A. Militimore, Alana Turner, Martin Shannon, Amanda Stockton, Nicolas Gram, Meg Holeva, Tara Jazdzewski, Dixon Reuel, S.M. Rose
Narrated by: Garrett Michael Brown
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The shadows grow long in the crisp autumn air, and soon, the summer will be a distant memory. In the dim light of a fading sun, the night has returned to reclaim its own.

From hayrides, corn mazes, Jekyll n Hyde, warped games, witches, demons, and death personified, Autumn Nights: 13 Spooky Fall Reads brings together the very best in chilling tales to hear under a harvest moon.

This audiobook is for those who get excited about Halloween and crisp fall weather (and yes, even pumpkin spice lattes). Are you the type to dream of windy nights and tumbling leaves even while summer days stretch on? Do you want scary bonfire stories with doses of humor and twists on classical tales? This collection is perfect for you.

These 13 plus one bonus spooky short stories originate from the talents of 14 impressive new and published authors. Each twisted tale glimmers with a different sinister face of autumn to bring new chills to your spine.

©2019 Cass Kim (P)2019 Cass Kim

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Spooky without being gory.

I have really enjoyed listening to these short stories. There’s a little bit of everything spooky without being all blood and gore. I love the idea of using up and coming authors to create a book for a good cause. It’s a win win for everyone I’m really looking forward to the next in the series.

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Autumn Nights

Excellent pack of thirteen spooky stories to please anyone in the mood for a creepy read. Garrett Michael Brown did a great job narrating. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Mixed bag of spooky stories

There's some memorable stories mixed in with a few that were honestly difficult to get through. Narrator did a great job throughout them all though and made the most mundane ones at least tolerable. Pretty good buy for any Autumn/Halloween enthusiasts.

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Exactly what you think it is

This is a good selection of short stories all with autumn as their commonality. Perfect for something non-committal or if you just want to invoke the feeling of fall.

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Gruesome horror tales

This book contains tales of horror and mischief that will make sleep with the lights on. Some tales will make you scream at the characters or wish you could protect them. Some tales will make you not want to go into dark rooms alone. The tales are well written with strong storylines. I loved some of the characters while I wanted to use the rest for target practice. I highly recommend this book for the tales are creative and imaginative. I received this audio book for free at my request. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily of my own volition.

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Great collection

This appealed to the child in me who still loves halloween
Lots of variety and pretty safe for most ages my 15 year old also enjoyed it
Well narrated and spooky fun so why not treat yourself
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I highly recommend this to horror fans

Wow, what a gem! I especially love these collection type books from different authors because each story will be something completely different than the last. You never know what to expect.

This book did not fail at keeping me on my toes. Sure, some stories are better than others. But I can honestly say I genuinely enjoyed the vast majority of the stories and that's something I can't say about most of the collective horror books I've read.

If you like grown up creepy, original, sometimes funny, many times shocking horror stories, then I highly recommend this book!

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Collections are always tough

It's always tough to review collections -- and it's even harder when the stories are from different authors.

On the whole though, I'd have to say that most of the stories were consistent in two ways: they had a black cat with a notched ear.... and they fell into the disappointing category. Many showed promise only to just end or ruin it (in my view) in some other way.

While they can all be classified as YA, some of the authors wrote in a way that can appeal to all audiences IMO.

"Bloodlines" - This was one getting really good, and then it just suddenly ended. Looking at the Amazon listing, it looks like this story is from a universe that Cass Kim created, so I guess that's forgivable, though it would've been nice to know there was more.

“Fade to Black” - I honestly don't even remember this one.

“Magician’s Weekend” was another really entertaining one that seemed to be part of a larger universe. It ended in a pretty fulfilling way though, so kudos to the author there.

“Hannah and Gregory” felt way too kiddy and, well, pointless.

“The Teller Tree” - another cool one that could have used some more writing.

“From Hell” - Another one with lots of build up and a rather lame ending as payoff.

“Constellation Boy” - Really cool one. Though I would have liked to hear more on this story, the author probably could have ended it a bit earlier than they did.

“Soul Sisters” - interesting concept, but shallow and definitely YA in nature. Felt like an RL Stine short story.

“Witches of Nine” -- cool concept that has potential to go places, but ended rather abruptly, leaving you with a bunch of world building and buildup that goes nowhere (maybe it does in another story?).

“Dawson Farms" -- really cool one. Heavy YA tone to it and the author does way too much "explaining" at the end, but it was still a good concept with nice execution.

“Location #23” - this one riffs off of Pokemon Go and Wizards Unite to create a tale that's actually kind of creepy. Would love to see this one expanded into a larger story.

“A Witch’s Ken” - meh. lots of ideas, but a bit of a mess overall. The narrator struggled with this one a bit too.

”My Own Dark Way” - a new take on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, as well as Jack the Ripper. Forgettable IMO.

Courting Death” - This was a pretty touching tale and well-executed. One of the best here IMO.

The narrator by the way did an amazing job -- through the good and bad!

I was provided this audiobook free by Cass Kim in exchange for my honest review. There's some misses in here, but the hits really bring the other guys back up.