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It's a jungle out there It's even savage inside the twisted minds of murderers who conceal their malevolence behind smiling masks and strike out without pity This spine tingling collection contains 23 new stories of suspense from some of the bestselling authors in the genre Authors include Clive Barker Lawrence Block David Morrell Ray Bradbury a. Despite some of the big names in this anthology it s like too many of them OK but far from great None of the stories stood out as that good to me while a few of them I didn t even finish because they were that unappealing And while it claims to be 22 stories of terror few of them were really horror Many were like thrillers about various types of killers

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Night Screams Stalkers

Along AR Morlan Redemption Jack Ketchum The graveyard ghoul Edward D Hoch The rings of Cocytus Katherine Ramsland Late last night John Maclay Beasts in buildings turning 'round JN Williamson Dark side of the moon Babara Collins Honor bound JM Morgan The instrumentalist William Relling Jr Corpse carnival Ray Bradbury The book of blood Clive Barke. One of the best anthologies I d read in awhileLaymon s Good Vibrations was really enjoyableWilliam F Nolan s Vampyre was another great one to readWringer by F Paul Wilson was a fun Repairman Jack shortJack Ketchum s Redemption was a shuddery good timeAnd Eight Rabid Pigs by Dave Gerrold was creepy funKatherine Ramslands story The Rings of Cocytus was a paranoiac s dreamAll in all the whole collection was outstanding

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Nd many CONTENTSThe dripping David Morrell The wringer F Paul Wilson A season of change Richard T Chizmar Good vibrations Richard Laymon The Tulsa experience Lawrence Block Trolls Christopher Fahy Small deaths Charles de Lint White lightning Al Sarrantonio Hitman Rick Hautala Vympyre William F Nolan And eight rabid pigs David GerroldBringing it. Eh Not at all impressed with this one I like reading horror anthologies because I view it as a way to sample the authors work it s easier to get a uick idea of my level of interest in an authors writing and style with a short story than it is with an entire novel When I m intrigued by a short story I love researching the author and finding of what they ve doneUnfortunately this book was slim pickings for me in terms of both enjoyment of the short stories and of finding new authors to check out The only stories that I really enjoyed were Trolls by Christopher Fahy Bringing It Along by AR Morlan the Instrumentalist by William Relling Jr and the Book of Blood by Clive Barker Although I must say that the Book of Blood was a strange choice for this anthology since it was clearly the introduction for it s own anthology and at the end of this one The other stories were at best mildly entertaining enough to read through or bland enough to outright skip Can t say I really recommend this anthology sadly


10 thoughts on “Night Screams Stalkers

  1. says:

    · 9 • The Dripping • David MorrellThis was originally published in the 70's unlike most of the stories which were new for the book mid 90s However it's uite good A man comes home to the old country house where his family's been staying for the summer But all is silent – except for the milk dripping from the ceiling Where ar

  2. says:

    Despite some of the big names in this anthology it's like too many of them OK but far from great None of the stories stood out as that good to me while a few of them I didn't even finish because they were that unappealing And while it claims

  3. says:

    A beautifully curated set of creepy tales to read late at night Some are completely creepy others let your imagination do a lot of the work and still others have a great deal of heart There really is something for everyone in this collection

  4. says:

    Not sure how to rate this book I just picked it up for something to read at a friends house I was disgusting bu

  5. says:

    This is a varied collection of horror stories Unfortunately for me many of them were the human depraved serial killer type of story I'm a supernaturalfolklore kind of horror reader The stories I enjoyed most from the collection were Trolls Vympyre and The Graveyard Ghoul

  6. says:

    Eh Not at all impressed with this one I like reading horror anthologies because I view it as a way to 'sample' the authors' work it's easier to get a uick idea of my level of interest in an authors' writing and style with a short story than it

  7. says:

    One of the best anthologies I'd read in awhileLaymon's Good Vibrations was really enjoyableWilliam F Nolan's Vampyre was another great one to readWringer by F Paul Wilson was a fun Repairman Jack shortJack Ketchum's Redemption was a shuddery good timeAnd Eight Rabid Pigs by Dave Gerrold was creepy funKatherine Ramslands story The Rings of Cocytus was a paranoiac's dreamAll in all the whole collection was outstanding

  8. says:

    I just couldn't do it I read maybe 6 of these stories started rejected a few others some of them are disturbing in a good way some aren't but the uality just isn't consistently good enough for me to be motivated to bother with it anyI think the only Big Dogs are Barker Bradbury and those are just older tales rep

  9. says:

    The first half of this book I really enjoyed But I found some of the stories at the end I skipped through and there was even two I didn't understand which is unusual for me I'm also not a huge Clive Barker fan which may seem unusual to some h

  10. says:

    My favorite was Good vibrations

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