Horror · Magic · Paranormal · Psychological · Short-stories · Supernatural/Paranormal

Review #28:- Do You Dare? by James D Armstrong

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A compilation of 10 short stories from the twisted mind of James D Armstrong. Some familiar concepts as well as some new.
The Author – Have those he’s mistreated in the past, with his writing come back to haunt him.
Mirror Mirror – Have you wondered if there’s another dimension behind that mirror, just out of eyesight. 38587171
The Sandman – An old fairy-tale, or something much more horrific?
My Enemy – A woman scorned has nothing on a Witch scorned.
Changes – In death, life changes.
Dream Web – The line between dreams and reality not just blurred.
Mind Rider – Often wondered about the voice in your head, or voices?
Devil’s Halo – A new world order.
The Last – The ancient world of Gargoyles under threat.
Town Spirit – Unusually fanatical town spirit. More to these towns folk than meets the eye.

Summary (1)

The stories are very nice, well constructed plots, nice depictions of horror themes. I enjoyed the stories but well I wasn’t much scared by them. The element of horror is potent though. And I pointed some grammatical errors too especially in the first story. However one thing none of these stories are for faint hearts and none except the last story have happy endings. But they are nice. My personal favorite is The Last, because I liked the ending and that is a story that has potential to have a sequel.

Overall 4 out of 5


Summary (3)Thanks to the author J D Armstrong and Booktatsers for providing me with digital copy of this book to read and review.



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