Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2

Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2 Best Download || [Dan Coxon] - Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2, Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol The booth juts at an angle from the sand the canvas taut beneath the weight of the drifting dunes Janet almost passes it by But it s the sign that snags her attention Painted in rust red onto three p

  • Title: Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2
  • Author: Dan Coxon
  • ISBN: 2372032629108972140680715406807152215304406284068071520040680715207120184068071540680715153044062840680715406807153406807158827139752751085740680715340680715
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback

Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2 Best Download || [Dan Coxon] - Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2, Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol The booth juts at an angle from the sand the canvas taut beneath the weight of the drifting dunes Janet almost passes it by But it s the sign that snags her attention Painted in rust red onto three p

  • Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2 Best Download || [Dan Coxon]
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Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 2

About " Dan Coxon "

  • Dan Coxon

    Dan Coxon is a short story writer and editor He recently edited This Dreaming Isle for Unsung Stories Best Independent Press British Fantasy Awards 2018 , and Being Dad Best Anthology Saboteur Awards 2016 for Tangent Books His writing has appeared in The Guardian, Salon, The Lonely Crowd, Neon, Gutter, Unthology, The Nervous Breakdown and Open Pen, as well as several anthologies He also Dan Coxon is a short story writer and editor He recently edited This Dreaming Isle for Unsung Stories Best Independent Press British Fantasy Awards 2018 , and Being Dad Best Anthology Saboteur Awards 2016 for Tangent Books His writing has appeared in The Guardian, Salon, The Lonely Crowd, Neon, Gutter, Unthology, The Nervous Breakdown and Open Pen, as well as several anthologies He also works as a freelance editor, copy editor and proofreader at Momus Editorial.Find of Dan Coxon s writing at dancoxon, or follow him on Twitter DanCoxonAuthor

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  • Uneven second volume of this journal of weird fiction, comprising 12 stories The standouts are the creepy Buddy by Mark Morris, and George Sandison s eerie rendering of nostalgia, Keel Aliya Whiteley s Ear to Ear , while not my personal favourite in terms of plot style, is so memorable it seems head and shoulders above the rest, marking her out as a writer to watch Several stories made me want , What to Do When Your Child Brings Home a Mami Wata by Chikodili Emelumadu in particular Uneven second [...]


  • The Shadow Booth edited by Dan Coxon, is a new journal of weird and eerie fiction and after reading the excellent Fortune Box by Madeleine Swann I have gotten a taste for weird fiction that is hard to classify.This is the second volume from ShadowBooth I haven t read the first yet, but after I finished this I immediately downloaded the first instalment.Volume 2 features 12 short stories by many authors you will recognise if you re a fan of creepy horror fiction I have to say the range of styl Th [...]


  • Another amazing collection from Dan and the Shadow Booth crew A wonderful creepy bunch of stories that will find a way into your head There are some weak stories, but the ones I liked totally overshadowed those And I m sure the ones I liked might not be the ones you liked They spread the gamut of personal stories to global stories Some are super creepy and others are slow burns In the end, this is a killer anthology you should check out if you feel like you need to be freaked out.


  • Things started strongly with the extremely creepy Buddy, and We Are The Disease However, the third story, Waves, completely failed to capture me, and I ended up leaving the book on my coffee table for some time Then, however, I took it away on holiday, and bowled through the remainder of the book in very short order.I very much enjoyed Anna Vaught s two pieces Feasting Fasting, and Cave Venus et Stellas and My Father s Face and The Joanne were excellent reads However, the remainder of th Things [...]


  • An excellent collection of stories I m terrible at reading entire volumes of short stories but each and every one of these were intriguing enough to keep me reading until the very end As always happens with short story collections however, some stories were markedly better or at least to my preference and expectations than others Thr margin wasn t overly large, but just enough to keep me from a 5 star review And thats why I hate numbered rating systems.




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