ABOUT THE BOOK
A carefully curated collection of short horror stories that tap into some of our most personal fears.
MY REVIEW 4 out of 5 stars
Striking a balance between the fantastic and the everyday horror, The Bacchanal and Other Horrific Tales proves that the world of the macabre can still surprise us and use its unconventional charm to keep readers wanting more. This collection explores the different ways in which we express our deepest anxieties from a wallflower overwhelmed at a party to a procrastinating author facing a deadline. While there are times where neater endings would help the collective strength of the stories, together these creepy tales will delight anyone who enjoys a good story meant to be told in the dark.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
There were a number of contributing authors for this collection. They are as follows: Donald McCarthy, T.S. Hall, Lorraine Nelson, Kathryn Hearst, Shannon Hollinger, John Kaniecki, Ray Dean, John Robinson, Thomas Kleaton, Joe Dicicco, Sean Taylor, Teel James Glenn.
DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for writing a review. I was not obligated to give a positive review, and all thoughts are my own.