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Dark Nature: A Horror Anthology
by Macabre Ladies
Dark Nature: A Horror Anthology by Macabre Ladies Generation after generation, humans have ripped apart the world, leaving garbage and desolation in our wake. Burning, destroying, and stealing from the earth. We see it happening day by day and do nothing about it. Our air is toxic with pollution along with our waters and the earth cries as it watches the destruction. Until now. From the depths of the darkest minds of horror comes mother nature’s final retribution. It’s time for Gaia to fight back, and karma really is a b*tch. Dark Nature is an anthology of thirteen dark tales of nature. She Weeps Vermillion (O, Harbinger) by Hayden Waller In the Wych Elm by Emma Kathryn Invasive Species by Mark Wheaton Pt. Reyes by B.F. Vega Polarion by Shea Herlihy-Abba Natural Predators by Rami Ungar Gator March by Robert H. Cherny The Cicada’s Song by M. Betterelli Things are Pretty Much the Same Everywhere by Robert DeLeskie Things We Throw Away by Leanne Olson Prey by Mike Marcus The Uncut Hair of Graves by Daniel R. Robichaud A Walk in the Woods by Marc Sorondo Warning: These are dark/horror stories and do contain violence, gore, and other disturbing content. Proceed with care.
Robin's Review: These are short stories so I can’t really tell you what they are about, but I will describe them. Creepy, chilling, scary, gross, frightening, hair-raising, unnerving, and just plain horrifying not necessarily in that order. This is a magnificent collection of stories written exceptionally well by the authors and might be considered a “wake up call”. I dare you to find a story in here that doesn’t frighten you and make you sit up straight. Well done. Warning: These are dark/horror stories and do contain violence, gore, and other disturbing content. Proceed with care.
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