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Publisher's Summary

Compiled by Xtina Marie, this heart-stopping conglomeration of terror represents the coming together of a whole bunch of the finest independent horror authors writing today.

Prepare to have your spine chilled and marrow curdled by these 17 masters of the macabre.... M.U.Nib, Nick Manzolillo, Richard Raven, Pamela Scott, Thomas S. Gunther, Tim V. Decker, Marc L. Rissmann, Ken McGrath, Brandon Cracraft, James R. Gardner, Lex H Jones, Mawr Gorshin, Sergio "ente per ente" Palumbo and Ernesto Canepa, Jim Towns, Sarah Cannavo, Feind Gottes, and J.N. Cameron.

©2019 HellBound Books Publishing LLC (P)2019 HellBound Books Publishing LLC

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Another mediocre set of stories that dont keep me entertained or scared. The narrator definitely doesn't help. Not recommended

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Horrible- Returning This for Credit

I'd rate this less than 1. I struggled through stories with the usual subjects: murder, zombies, monsters, content found in normal horror topics.

I listened to the most annoying, flat, monotone delivery from a barely awake narrator.

Until half-way through when the main character acted upon feelings towards his birth child daughter, I stopped. Nope. No way. Returning this one. I feel complete revulsion.