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ISBN Kindle 978-0-9956538-2-5
ISBN Softback 9798574263976

Twisted's Evil Little Sister

‘Buckle up, she’s going to take you for a hell of a ride!’

Twisted’s Evil Little Sister is the sibling volume for Twisted 50, a collection of 33 horror stories… the ones that we couldn’t include in Twisted50 because they were too demented, unhinged, deranged and frankly… evil.


Meet the Twisted’s Evil Little Sister Authors HERE

Get to know the 29 demented souls behind the 33 unhinged Little Sister tales. They are…

Dee ChiltonLewis RicePhilip TrickettKathleen BrysonGareth EynonJT BilleterDavid YoungScott MerrowToby NorwaysRachael HowardNick JacksonKim WheelerPaul W FranklinMat SunderlandAlistair CanlinMilethia ThomasJonah JonesGerald KellsGeoff BagwellMerlin WardSteven StockfordMatt LewisCharles MaciejewskiMary StonePhil TownFredrick OchamiSimon CluettTroll DahlChris JealJohn ReadHillier Townsend and Maggie Innes.

Edited by Elinor Perry Smith // Produced by Cristina Palmer-Romero // Create50 Team Leader: Chris Jones.


⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Psychotic Tendencies? Deeply deranged? Then you’re welcome here.  on 21 Nov. 2016
There’s a story for every type of twisted evil you can imagine and many you hadn’t even dared to. You’ll be scared by this book long after you’ve finish reading it, so don’t say you haven’t been warned…
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A fabulously twisted anthology of bite-sized disturbing tales to add to the collection  on 21 Nov. 2016
Loved reading this dark anthology of fabulously twisted, bite-sized disturbing tales to add to the collection. With a great mix of styles, each contribution has it’s own individual taste. There’s something for everyone in this cornucopia of evil little surprises with a juicy sting in the tail of many.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Something exhilirating, dreadful, unexpected and absorbing to tickle your horror fancy…  on 20 Nov. 2016
This second anthology from Twisted50 again showcases more wonderful writing from different writers. The range of stories – style, subject matter and tone – is excellent; there are ‘tales of the unexpected’ moments; moments which pack an emotional punch; horror presented as something personal; there are stomach-churning moments and moments of dread. And so it goes on… In a busy world, these stories provide a quick ‘reading fix’. You’ll find, with the range of stories, there is something exhilarating, dreadful, unexpected and absorbing to tickle your horror fancy.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Perfect nighttime reading for those who love horrid dreams.  on 20 Nov. 2016
A great collection of short and sickeningly sweet horror stories. Reading these stories is a horror tale in it’s self. At times you’ll feel sick, repulsed scared and relieved, before the cycle kicks in again.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rosary-clutching-Salem’s Lot kind of frights…  on 20 Nov. 2016
I thought this was terrifying and also profoundly disturbing, and I’m assuming that’s what the writers intended and the readers want. There were times when I felt a very visceral fear close its toothed jaw over me… This collection, varied and distinctive, had the same effect on me as when I was 12 and first read Salem’s Lot. Even though it was bright day I ran upstairs and grabbed my rosary left over from my First Communion and did not let it go for 24 hours… That should give you some sense of the cumulative effect of Evil Little Sister.

Read all reviews HERE.

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