Fear: A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror (Volume 2)

Fear A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror Volume FEAR A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror brings together for the first time tales of murder monsters and madness by sixty of the world s best indie horror authors Discover what lurks in the wa

  • Title: Fear: A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror (Volume 2)
  • Author: Sherri Browning Erwin Jane Wright Sam Wyld James McLaren Helen A. Howell Kim Krodel Laura Huntley Die Booth
  • ISBN: 9781908910387
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • FEAR A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror brings together, for the first time, tales of murder, monsters and madness, by sixty of the world s best indie horror authors Discover what lurks in the water at the end of the garden, learn of the unforgiving loyalty of a loving toy and meet a writer, just itching to finish his latest horror story.Every author in the AnthologFEAR A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror brings together, for the first time, tales of murder, monsters and madness, by sixty of the world s best indie horror authors Discover what lurks in the water at the end of the garden, learn of the unforgiving loyalty of a loving toy and meet a writer, just itching to finish his latest horror story.Every author in the Anthology has generously contributed their work for free All royalties from sales will go directly to the international charities, Barnardo s and M decins Sans Fronti res.FEAR, with forewords by international bestselling authors, Peter James and Sherri Browning Erwin, is now available in two volumes.

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    About “Sherri Browning Erwin Jane Wright Sam Wyld James McLaren Helen A. Howell Kim Krodel Laura Huntley Die Booth

    • Sherri Browning Erwin Jane Wright Sam Wyld James McLaren Helen A. Howell Kim Krodel Laura Huntley Die Booth

      Sherri Browning Erwin, best known for critically acclaimed classic mash ups Jane Slayre and Grave Expectations, also writes paranormal romance and historical romance as Sherri Browning A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Sherri has lived in Massachusetts and Michigan, but is now settled with her family in Simsbury, Connecticut Watch for her return to historical romance with the upcoming Thornbrook Park series sherribrowningerwin

    672 thoughts on “Fear: A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror (Volume 2)

    • With this charity anthology, Crooked Cat offers a second great selection of fear-inspiring stories - all proceeds going to a couple of very good causes. While every story had entertainment value, I found a greater range of quality in this volume than in the first. Some of the stories were exceptional, but others had clear language issues that might be distracting to the more discerning reader and there were more grammatical, punctuation and wording issues missed during copy editing in this volum [...]


    • I am not one to normally sit down and read a gigantic horror book, because I simply do not like the crazy images I conjure for myself in my head. However, give me a giant book of mini horror stories and I’m good to go. I find anthologies like this one to be lots of fun and I am really glad I was given the opportunity to participate in this blog tour.This anthology is a two volume set and each and every story is worth your time. They are all chilling and creepy and many have a crazy twist of fa [...]


    • Just finish reading FEAR - A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror (Charity Anthology) Volume II, wow it was awesome. A most enjoyable read and all for a good cause, fantastic.


    • As a charity anthology, for only a handful of pennies, it would be churlish (and uncharitable!) to pick at the loose threads in this e-book, which could perhaps have benefited by a little more editing. That aside, 30 stories means even if you don't like them all, there's something for everyone! Here's my favourite three :The Pond : Donna CuttressLovely idea of the threat in the back garden, and definitely unique. Love the terminator-esque relentlessness of the foeIt Sticks With You : Kim KrodelT [...]


    • I dug this book – not every story stuck with me but the few that did were so good that it made the others more enjoyable. Being carried in an anthology by other authors isn’t the best for a writer’s ego but association to skill does help. For some, however, it will have the complete opposite affect, depending on the reader. For me it is a shuttle to being seen the next go around.Scarecrow is an example of this. Here Hogan takes you on a hay ride of fear and suspense. I enjoyed the amount o [...]


    • OK, I hope I'm not going to be shot down for honesty in this one, because it's been gnawing at me and I cannot tell a lie!I am extremely glad that this is a charity anthology for two very worthy causes and I sincerely hope that a good sum of money was raised. It's really commendable to produce an anthology for charity and fantastic that so many authors donated their work for this.The cover looks nice and pro. However the quality of stories is wildly varying. My main issue with this book (which I [...]


    • A very good collection of horror short stories. Very few clunkers in the mix. Not real over-the-top gore; more like Ghost Stories. Creepy, a bit scary. Fairly well written. Mostly British authors, so the stories are mainly set in Merrie Olde England and Scotland, which is good. (There are some really great settings for ghost stories in the UK!) I kind of liked the Tomato Seed story. Heh. Weird! The book was fairly well edited/proofread, something that's been bugging me lately and I don't know wh [...]


    • I liked this second anthology of horror and terror from Crooked Cat. There's something for all horror fans here. The only downside are the numerous typos. Well worth a read though.





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