Fifty Great Horror Stories

Fifty Great Horror Stories None

  • Title: Fifty Great Horror Stories
  • Author: John Canning
  • ISBN: 9780553244045
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-05-06T05:59:08+00:00

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    537 thoughts on “Fifty Great Horror Stories”

    1. This is a facsimile copy first published by Souvenir Press and my VERY FIRST encounter with horror and nightmares.It was about 1976 - 77 that I found my mum's copy sitting on the dressing table with its lurid half transformed werewolf and corpse and still its gives me a scare.For me this will always be the ultimate horror book and to this day I still do not recognise any of the authors.Buy it just for that cover, you know you want to!


    2. Could not believe that this being the first US edition is not posted here. Well the error is corrected and this along with the original UK edition are here for your blood curdling pleasure.A rather fab read, enjoy.


    3. A decent amount of good horror stories. A lot of psychological horror mixed with macabre. There were rare misses in a lot of the stories. I like the fact that none of the stories go past the 1970's. Old horror is usually the best kind of horror. I'd recommend it to any horror fans out there looking to get into the spirit.


    4. I was in my mid-teens (and going through a "horror story" phase) when I found this in a collection of literature. I have to say the stories were well written, very detailed, and somewhat informative-depending on the story. Some stories weren't scary at all, and then some were just downright blood-curdling, weird macabre. I spent many late nights reading this and others like it. I wouldn't recommend it now.


    5. I really liked this book and some of the stories gave me the chills. This book is a collection of 50 horror stories. I found some of them not to scary but there were a few that were really creepy and made me wonder why I read the book. i loved most of the stories but a few were a bit boring and that's why I rated this book 4 stars instead.


    6. Some of the stories were quite scary, though I would not venture so far as to say they were horrific at all. Many of them were also not scary, and I'll admit I had actually given up on this book for a while before I picked it up and decided to finish it.



    7. A great book full of interesting, at times horrific and grisly, tales. It should be included in every horror lover's collection. I consider it a classic.


    8. I bought and found this at a thrift store look interesting and just loved it still reading it though but I would recommend to read one of john canning books there great.


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