Synopsis According to Goodreads
Thirty creepy, atmospheric horror stories by Rayne Hall.
These stories are ‘quiet’ horror, not overly violent and gory, although there are some graphic moments.
Please note: these stories have been previously published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies as well as in the Six Scary Tales collections.
What I Thought of Thirty Scary Tales
Awwww… There is nothing I love more than Halloween… Unless, maybe, it’s a bunch of creeptastic stories to read in the weeks leading up to Halloween. Yes, that might be better. Psyching myself up, working up the creep factor in my life before it’s time to actually go out and get scared.
I received Thirty Scary Tales by Rayne Hall via my Kindle App free via Tomoson, but I’m going to give you my 100% honest opinion. I really enjoyed it. The horror is subtle, but just enough that after each tale ends you’re left with a little bit of shock and a whole lot of wondering… Wondering what happened next… Wondering where the character goes from there… But, not enough wondering that it’s not an enjoyable and wonderfully creepy ending.
I especially loved this author’s twist on zombies. It wasn’t your same mindless brain-eating machine every other zombie seems to be, but it’s a gray walker… A sort of mythical zombie who is aware of what he might do, and what he eventually ends up doing-and he’s fueled by emotion and thoughts and witches magic. It was fantastic!
I highly recommend you read these scary stories. Currently you can get it free on Kindle or you can purchase it for only 99 cents! It’s worth it!