Robin’s Review of Nightmares: A Collection of Scary Stories

“There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamed of in your philosophy”, said William Shakespeare.

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Nightmares: A Collection of Scary Stories

by Kate DeJonge

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Nightmares: A Collection of Scary Stories
by Kate DeJonge

"There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamed of in your philosophy", said William Shakespeare. "But, what about those things from Hell", I ask, "that haunt our many Universes as nightmares? "Explore the underbelly of our world through the eyes of someone who has seen more shades of reality than any person should. Kate will take you on a tour of the darkest corners of her mind, daring you to imagine a fate worse than those inflicted upon her characters while you peek through your fingers to finish her short stories. There are more than ghosts, witches, vampires, and werewolves to be afraid of out there. Come along, little pretties, and find out what else is lurking in the dark. This is an anthology of short stories and novellas written by Kate DeJonge during the summer of 2021, a period of time that most will remember as the "Just Before".

The Muck Olla
The Warlock of Stoney Creek
Small Town Secrets Ghoul
The Mortician’s Son
The Devil’s Acre
The Cemetery That Never Was
The Artist.
Mind Games
The House in Thunder Bay (a true story).
On a Dark, Dark Night
The Ghosts of Fort George (a true story) Remembering Camille (a novella)
Helen’s Story (a novella)
Robin's Review: Because they were short stories, I will not tell you about them that way you can appreciate them on your own.

I must say all of them were deliciously creepy and oddly satisfying. I don’t know if I could pick a favorite because I enjoyed them all, but the ones based on a true story were beyond frightening. Kate DeJonge has a twisty and creative way of writing, and I can’t wait for more from her.

Thanks so much for a review copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review of my personal opinion.

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