Title: Collective Darkness: A Horror Anthology
Authors: K.R. Patterson, Brandon Prows, Edward Suggs, Becca Rose, B.Todd Orgill, Austin Slade Perry, Chris Jorgensen, Elizabeth Suggs, Jonathan Reddoch, Jen Ellwyn, Samuel Smith, Alex Child
As a child, did you hide under your blankets when you were scared of the dark?
After reading some of the scariest stories from new and up-and-coming authors, we won’t blame you if you start hiding again. Take a journey with us into the twisted mind of horror.
“The Fallout” travels through the unknown, while “Feast” will make you never want to love again.
Read these and many more stories to know what it truly means to be afraid of the dark.
So, I always love a good horror anthology. This is the best time of year to read them, and this was not a disappointment. I loved the variation of stories and levels of darkness. There were a few that were chilling, but some that made me completely creeped out like I get from reading a good Creepypasta.
Going into this collection, I hadn’t read any of the authors before, but now I’ve got them on my list of authors to check out. If you’re looking for something to get you in the mood for Halloween, pick up this collection. You won’t be disappointed!
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.