Sit back, turn the lights down low, and get ready for the scare of your life, with five bloodcurdling short stories from 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead, told by Drac Von Stoller. "Campfire Tales", "Captain Bloody Bones", "Curse of the Evil Fairies Fort", "The Garden of the Dead", and "The Inheritance" will have your hair standing on end!
Would you try another book from Drac Von Stoller and/or Michael Adashefski?
What was most disappointing about Drac Von Stoller???s story?
I'm not certain for whom this was written. I'd expect such thin repetitive stories from a 10 year old but I would never pay money for them (again). Even young adult horror stories can be fun but these are neither well written nor fun. I feel like the victim of a terrible hoax.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Given the material, the narrator could never have polished these stories into gems but I get the impression he was trying to hide bad writing with enthusiastic overacting. I started to think this whole thing was a poorly done parody.
What character would you cut from 5 Short Stories from '31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead'?
There are no characters, just barely described undeveloped actors in bad drama.
Any additional comments?
I can usually find something nice to say because an author and a narrator deserve a certain amount of respect for completing a work of art but this is just bad.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful