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Robbed of Sleep: Stories to Stay Up For (#1)

Robbed of Sleep Stories to Stay Up For If you re the type of person who takes the phone off the hook when sanity calls then you simply can t do without these eighteen short stories from some of the strangest dark fiction authors out there

  • Title: Robbed of Sleep: Stories to Stay Up For (#1)
  • Author: Troy Blackford Mercedes M. Yardley Val Tenterhosen Anthony J. Rapino M.C. O'Neill Todd Keisling DavidEccles Tom Bordonaro
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you re the type of person who takes the phone off the hook when sanity calls, then you simply can t do without these eighteen short stories from some of the strangest dark fiction authors out there From the deepest jungle to an endless loop, from a cracked boss to a dying man, the places and people you will meet between these pages strain credulity, inflame the imaginaIf you re the type of person who takes the phone off the hook when sanity calls, then you simply can t do without these eighteen short stories from some of the strangest dark fiction authors out there From the deepest jungle to an endless loop, from a cracked boss to a dying man, the places and people you will meet between these pages strain credulity, inflame the imagination, and stealthily swipe those precious moments that make up your nightly rest Take a dip into the furthest reaches of reason with some of today s best authors with these strange and unruly STORIES TO STAY UP FOR, and we ll make sure you re ROBBED OF SLEEP.

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    1 thought on “Robbed of Sleep: Stories to Stay Up For (#1)

    1. As I'm one of the authors, this is not really a book review; my rating is based on how much I enjoyed reading the stories penned by the book's co-authors.

    2. "Where were you on the night you were at home, cutting that head out of your toilet with the shards of mirror?""Robbed of Sleep" is eighteen doses of caffeine and narcotics. A miscellany of kaleidoscope dreamscapes, vivid theta waves set to print leaving you, the reader, with an enjoyable collection of lingering nightmares, whimsical fancies, future premonitions, and mind!#@% acid trips (or at least it's how I would imagine acid trips playing out). Pound for pound, a fantastic anthology of "Stor [...]

    3. Nine chefs* invite you to an 18-course meal of the special kind. On the menu card are (among other things): rotted head of cabbage and addled meat of the heart, Birdshirt, Zonkey, Succubus and Dryad, lemon cake surprise and snake eyes as dessert. A delicacy for gourmets and lovers of fine literary haute-fiction you don't want to miss. Those guys surely know how to carve and cook their pufferfish.The party will be come as you are and bring an appetite for the strange and dark, twisted and stark.* [...]

    4. Fun reading. I enjoyed some stories more than others but well worth the time. I loved M.C. O'Neill's inclusions especially 'One Evening with the Midnight Company' (great to find a new author that mirrors the sort of writing I prefer) and of course Troy's 'make you think' insanity.

    5. First let me explain why it took me so long to finish read this book, I was busy multi-tasking .just completed the book and let me tell you I loved it the combination of bad ass authors that collided together and the stories I loves , yes scary I was already planning the scenarios in my head .I also learned a not new words like "the succubus is like some sort of sex demon"there as a bit humor and that is what I loved.I can not really explain but all the stories collided with each other so i nev [...]

    6. This is the first time I've read a book because it started following me on Twitter (or rather the agents responsible for its existence started following me on Twitter). It's a veritable mix in quality and in types of horror. It has a homespun feel which may or may not be off-putting for some.

    7. Very imaginative horror anthology. Some stories were so intricate, I had a hard time following them, and some had very adult language where it was not really needed, but I guess that is a peculiar type of writing style.

    8. Slept fineSome interesting stories but nothing detrimental to sleep. Three stars is all I could do to assign a rating that will not hurt the book. It may be that I just wanted/expected more.

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