Twisted: Ghosts Of Christmas
Unsettle in for a Christmas feast that will always be served chilled… to the bone…
Twisted: Ghosts Of Christmas… Open up this advent calendar of terror, for the 25 spine tingling days of Christmas, each from a terrifying new voice in horror literature.
Meet The Authors of Twisted: Ghosts of Christmas HERE
Written by Maxine Lennon, Lawrence Morgan, Josh and Amy Shevill, Andrew Perry, Kurt Fried, Mark Walker, Ricardo Bravo, Helen Bang, Suzanne Fox, Chris Jeal, Emma Pullar, Toby Norways, Sherice Griffiths, Paul Shearer, Fiona Faith Ross, Jamie Shearing, Rose Banks, Tim Coleman, John Suriano, Claire Rye, Suzie Grogan, Gerry Driver, Aaron Nash, Rachael Howard, Gordon Slack, Steven Butler, Simon Cluett, Evie James, Al Campbell, Michael van Koetsveld, Lee Burgess, Kendall Castor-Perry, Nick Yates, Harriet Barbir, and Rebecca Handley.
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Softback ISBN 9798578860430
It’s hard to be original with ghost stories these days, but this collection of 40 or so stories by contemporary writers refreshingly blends Christmas cheer with horror undertones. An impressive range of topics set in a holiday theme, varied points of view, and a wide selection of imagined characters and themes soaked in atmosphere, kept me entertained. These are mostly contemporary ghosts, with a couple of classics at the end. Ideal reading for ghost and horror fans, when you have half an hour to spare, to pick up and put down. Fantastic cover, nice presentation and page design and I particularly liked the introductions to each section by the Twisted50 founder. A quality publication.
I’m a big fan of short stories, especially horror, and this did not disappoint my twisted taste buds. Short and horrifyingly sweet, each Christmas themed tale of terror was a delight to read. My favourites were Power Cut, Isabella and Awake, but I enjoyed them all. Highly recommended.
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