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By far the best collection of short horror I ve ever read Besides the obvious kings of the genre Straub Campbell Barker and King himself the second tier of authors are all exceptional as well Except for Etchison s entry all the stories Are Original Is For Anguish Blue original Orange is Anguish Blue Insanity by David Morrell was my favorite and was super creepy Excellent story and a surprise to me having read only his thrillers previously I easily convinced all my fellow readers to check this book out and received similar reactions This anthology is worth tracking own if you haven t already enjoyed it I read this collection lo those many years ago 20 years ago maybe because Stephen King was part of it But then random things remind me of one of the most haunting and painful stories I have ever been put through I always thought SK wrote the story Thanks to modern technology I m able to track the book Unfinished Puzzle down for GoodReads Prime Evil is the title of the book of collected stories SK s contribution was great I thought I was talking to a friend about his story The Night Flier and she was talking to me about Mile 81 But SKid NOT write the best and most haunting story in the collection after allOrange Is for Anguish Blue for Insanity by David MorrellI have no clue what other stories are in the book lol other than SK s and DM s It s enough thoughFive stars The Night Flier by Stephen King A sleazy journalist investigates a investigates a vampire with a private plane and a taste for blood Fun lightweight page turner 35 StarsHaving a Woman For Lunch by Paul E Hazel Cannibalism and gender politics mingle when a woman enter the male Data Analytics dominated workforce Bland but gains points for the grisly ending 25 StarsThe Blood Kiss by Dennis Etchison Fun fast paced tale of showbiz revenge andeath 4 StarsComing to Grief by Clive Barker A woman comes to terms with the The Mystery of Risk death of her mother and confronts a very real monster threatening her own life This low key story is touching moving and is a complete success outside of Barker s comfort zone 5 StarsFood by Thomas Tessier An unlikely relationship forms between a bookish lonely gentleman and a grossly overweight young lady She hides a secret Brief weird and very good 45 StarsThe Great God Pan by M John Harrison A terrible experiment between a group of young friends yieldsisturbing conseuenses Aims for mood and atmosphere but generates only snores from me 15 starsorange is for anguish blue is for insanity is for Anguish Blue is for Insanity David Morrell Two art students become obsessed with the Alchemy Arts depths of insanity of a brillianteceased artist But at what price Haunting Chilling Best in the collection 5 StarsThe Juniper Tree by Peter Straub Unsettling examination of child abuse and the Yo salí del abismo debilitating effect on a you. This stunning collection of novellas and short stories by masters of the macabre brings to fans and newcomers an unrelenting spell of horror and suspense These are tales that strike beyond sheer terror as theiristurbing visions capture the ark reality we all fear Features works by Stephen King Cl.
Free ownload Ã E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Douglas E. WinterOd stuff and some other stuff I wasn t sure why it was here because it seemed mostly fantasyHowever stories by King Etchison Barker Morrell Straub raised why it was here because it seemed mostly fantasyHowever stories by King Barker Morrell and Straub raised level very high Overall very good Pretty good old school horror anthology The only stories I Aliens Bride Book didn t like much were the David Morell story Orange is for Anguish Blue is for Insanity and the King offering The Morrell is highlyerivative and then totally ruined by a hackneyed explanation at the end eliminating whatever eeriness there was The Clive Barker story showed once again that he used to be able to write something really interesting and actually horrifying The Peter Straub story had nary a supernatural scent but was horrifying nonetheless A hint of Bradbury there too Tessier Grant Ligotti all solid The weakest story is Night Flier by Stephen King Docked another point by me for being self referential Why Therapy of Love did anthologist always slaver over the King story and put it first Oh wait I know money Terrible Io not recommend this book to anyone Had I read this collection without knowing it was horror I would have said it was about mental illness or being bored to eathNightflier Stephen King2 Didn t get good till the last couple pages Sometimes King writes a ton of boring filler this is one of those timesHaving A Woman At Lunch Paul Hazel25 Not sure why they cannibalized her were they always cannibalsThe Blood Kiss Dennis Etchison2 The script was better than the storyComing to Grief Clive Barker1 boring then a cliff monster showed up WtfFood Thomas Tessier25 So the lady was a worm thing the entire time Was she ever a humanThe Great God Pan M John Harrison1 I have no idea what this was suppose to be aboutOrange is for Anguish Blue for Insanity David Morell4 The only story in this book worth readingThe Juniper Tree Peter Straub1 The fuck is
this A kid getting molested No thanksSpinning Tales with the Dead Charles L Grant1 Sooo he murderedA kid getting molested No thanksSpinning Tales with the Dead Charles L Grant1 Sooo he murdered family and now goes to a lake to talk with their ghostsAlice s Last Adventure Thomas Ligotti1 Again I m not uite sure what I was reading oes this woman suffer from mental illness Is that what passed for Horror in the 80sNext Time You ll Know Me Ramsey Campbell1 How is this horror This has to be the worst collection of horror stories ever Also boring just like every other story in this bookThe Pool Whitley Strieber2 I Feminism and the Women's Movement Dynamics of Change in Social Movement Ideology and Activism Perspectives on Gender don t know if I m tooense to get what these stories mean The boy made a radio and could contact heaven The afterlife and then wanted to BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 2 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 2: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) die in the pool By Reason of Darkness Jack CadyAt this point I stopped paying attention Was three old war buddies and 1 of them calls the other 2 up to his house for some reason Guy starts remembering about the war blah blah stopped reading it. N Harrison Orange Is for Anguish Blue for Insanity by David Morrell The Juniper Tree by Peter Straub Spinning Tales with the Dead by Charles L Grant Alice’s Last Adventure by Thomas Ligotti Next Time You’ll Know Me by Ramsey Campbell The Pool by Whitley Strieber By Reason of Darkness by Jack Cad. Ng mind Difficult to stomach but a powerful read 45 StarsSpinning Tales With The Dead by Charles L Grant Offbeat moody yarn about the power of tall talesandeath 35 StarsAlice s last Adventure by Thomas Ligotti A writer of children s books is confronted by a literal manifestation of the loss of her childlike innocence Spooky and interesting 35 StarsNext time You ll Know Me by Ramsey Campbell Amusing story of a young man who claims all his story ideas were stolen for bestselling novels He The Passport That Does Not Pass Ports decides to get revenge 3 StarsThe Pool by Whitley Strieber Surreal feverream about soul taking and unwanted visitors 5 Stars By Reason of Darkness by Jack Cady Vietnam Vets visitors 5 Stars By Reason of Darkness by Jack Cady Vietnam Vets the ghosts of past sins Indulgent and boring the collection ends with a whimper and its worst story 15 StarsAll in all a fun anthology with a handful of great tales and only two real The Arcav Princes Captive (Arcav Alien Invasion, duds While some of the stories in this collection were fun to read if Iid not know that this was a collection of horror stories I would of never known Personally most of the stories ragged on and had little to no horror or creep factors I went into this book ready to feel creeped out and came back very to no horror or creep factors I went into this book ready
to feel creeped out and came back very I would not suggest this to someone who reallyfeel creeped out and came back very I would not suggest this to someone who really to be scared from books but would to people who have just started to abble in the world of horror Just finished this WONDERFUL stories in here by the masters A must read for horror fans and aspiring horror writers I liked this one uite a bit but most of the stories had the same format slow burn psychologically based if usually still supernatural horror Lots of ghosts If that s the kind of thing you like you ll find it hereMy standouts here were the Clive Barker story and the Jack Cady novella at the end The Peter Straub story has been in several other anthologies I ve read lately and that s uite good too Overall I teachers Manual African American Literature didn t really like this collection Itoesn t really live up to the premise of the collection being a horror collection in my humble opinion Some stories just feel like off color odds and ends that wouldn t fit into an author s other anthologies Others were just bad There were a few good stories here though not all of them were horror in my understanding of the genreMy favorites from this set includeComing to Grief by Clive Barker Food by Thomas Tessier Orange is for Anguish Blue for Insanity by David Morell The Juniper Tree by Peter Straub Yeah four Agricultural Innovation in the Early Islamic World decent stories out of thirteen is not too good I m a pretty big Stephen King fan and Iidn t even really like The Night Flyer Sadly the HBO low budget movie has a better story arch and character DYA (1933-1939) (Libros sobre el Opus Dei) development than the original short story I guess I can t complain too much The book was only 1 There was some really go. Ive Barker Peter Straub and Gets the adrenaline flowing Washington PostCONTENTS Introduction by Douglas E Winter The Night Flier by Stephen King Having a Woman at Lunch by Paul E Hazel The Blood Kiss by Dennis Etchison Coming to Grief by Clive Barker Food by Thomas Tessier The Great God Pan by M Joh.