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Embrace the Darkness: And Other Short Stories

Narrated by: David Sweeney-Bear
Length: 1 hr and 34 mins
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Step into the mind of the unstable, where nightmares become reality and reality is not always what it seems. Embrace the Darkness is a collection of six terrifying tales exploring the darker side of human nature and the blurred line between dreams and actuality.

©2017 P.J. Blakey-Novis (P)2018 P.J. Blakey-Novis

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  • Azura S
  • 24-11-18

Something For Everyone (Sort Of)

If you're looking for a spooky set of short stories you can certainly do worse than Embrace The Darkness and you won't do much better either. Like all shorts, some are stronger than others but there's no weak entries in this pack. I thoroughly enjoyed this brief compendium. Please note: I received a copy of this for review. However, the provision of a review copy does not influence the review provided.

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  • Al
  • 23-11-18

Fun weird horror anthology

I had a listen to the audiobook version, and it was an enjoyable spin on the ordinary people in extraordinary situations sub-genre. The stories range from a man going for an operation to have a cyst removed from his foot, to twins who have supernatural powers at a time when witches are burnt at the stake, and others. All are well written, and the audiobook is well narrated. The anthology is reasonably short, about 90 minutes or so, and well worth a read or listen if you like weird horror.