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  • 470 pages
  • Fresh Fear
  • William Cook
  • English
  • 01 May 2016

10 thoughts on “Fresh Fear

  1. Irene Irene says:

    First off please heed the warning If you are easily offended this book is not for you If you are a horror lover than prepare to be delighted and disturbed by 28 horror tales that are indeed horrifying This is a large volume at over 400 pages of gruesome acts and evil doers There are stories of cannibalism serial killers madness abuse and There is the sarcastic wit found in Scare Me Love Hurts is a twisted tale of love and sex and fulfilling a lovers deepest darkest wish Brothers fall prey to a sex crazed ghost in their new apartment in High Rise In Nouri and The Beetles 2 jealous girls conspire against the village's most beautiful young woman A hospitalized man has vivid dreams of Nazi prison camps Kidnapped children are found alive and a happy reunion takes place in So Much Pain So much Death There is a tooth fairy the likes of which you never imagined in your childhood Psyche just plain scared the bejeezers out of me A child is terrified of what's behind The DoorA girl will do whatever it takes to find her missing sister in VerbotenAll of this and await you in Fresh Fear enter if you dare and remember I warned youI received a complimentary copy for review

  2. Dave Granger Dave Granger says:

    I normally tear through these anthologies but this one reuires a little time due to how amazing each and every story is Not only is it full of some of my favorite writers ie Ramsey Campbell Shane McKenzie Shaun Meeks JF Gonzalez and Adam Millard but it has introduced me to some all new favorites ie Scathe meic Beorh K Trap Jones Christine Morgan Chantal Noordeloos and Anna Taborska William Cook has put together an amazing collection of some of the best writers who have obviously brought some of their best tales to the table Trying to pick favorites in this amazing line up was like taking two cans of Pepsi and asking which one do you like But I did it anyway although I am sure I will read each of these stories again and againMy top picks would have to be Shane McKenzie's So Much Pain So Much Death; Shaun Meeks' Perfection Through Silence; Chantal Noordeloos' The Door; Anna Taborska's Out of the Light; Adam Millard's The Incongruous Mr Marwick; RObert Dunbar's High Rise and Scathe meic Beorh's God of the Wind That being said there is not a single story I would pass on during a second reading of this It really is one of the best anthologies of the year

  3. Marianne Reid Marianne Reid says:

    I love horror anthologies and I can honestly say I have never read one where I enjoyed every single story There always tends to be one or two duds right? With Fresh Fear this just wasn't the case It's chock full of everything readers of the macabre want revenge cannibalism haunting dreams demons deadly bargains necrophilia graveyards naughty doctors serial killers ghosts obsession and madness even SM In other words fun for the whole familyI started to list my favorite selections and realized it's just too long of a list There were even a few stories that stuck with me for days after reading especially So Much Pain So Much Death The Door and Strange TastesBuy itRead itGet creeped outYou won't be disappointed

  4. Emma Sea Emma Sea says:

    Abandoned Only made it through three stories Possibly probably? it got better The writing was pissing me off then story three was view spoiler a guy dismembering and eating a woman hide spoiler

  5. Donald White Donald White says:

    Fear comes in many forms and speaks with countless voices This is a collection of stories from authors living in diverse places It is a tapestry woven from these disparate elements and presented all for the love of horrorThe introduction is a selection from WJ Renehan's The Art of Darkness Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction Entitled Why We Turn to Horror it is an illuminating piece on the very attraction of horror in all its many formsLaunching into the book we find Scathe meic Beorh's God of the Winds It is a vision of human depravity with a taste of ancient terrors Ramsey Campbell's Welcomeland takes you on a journey into an amusement park forgotten by time but not by the memories which lurk within its depths Lily Childs brings us Strange Tastes a tale of secret hungers revealedIn Nouri and the Beetles Lincoln Crisler tells of primal desires and awful betrayal Jack Dann's Camps takes us into the mind of a dying man with nightmares of a haunted past In High Rise Robert Dunbar reveals a deadly seduction while Thomas A Erb's Spencer Weaver Gets Rebooted is a shocking tale of vengeanceBrandon Ford's Scare Me tells of a woman forced to drive to an inevitable fate In Raised Carole Gill tells of ancient magic and an obsession with death Lindsey Beth Goddard weaves a tale of unspeakable tragedy and the price to change one's fate in The Tooth CollectorIn Love Hurts JF Gonzalez speaks of a love for pain taken to a horrific level Dane Hatchell's The `takers is about a mind's descent into madness while in Justice through Twelve Steps EA Irwin speaks of insanity talking to those who will hearCharlee Jacob brings us Locked Inside the Buzzword Box a story about devouring hunger K Trap Jones speaks of a demon hunter faced with a deadly choice in Demon Eyed Blind Tim Jones' Protein is a fight for survival against cannibal hungerVada Katherine's Block describes the hunt for a killer and the desire for release Roy C Booth and Axel Kohagen tell of a man facing a lover's vengeance in Just Another Ex Shane McKenzie's So Much Pain So Much Death is about a father finding his daughter only to discover an awful truthShaun Meeks brings us Perfection Through Silence the tale of a man constantly vexed by a disturbing noise In Adam Millard's The Incongruous Mr Marwick a boy learns that some solitary souls are better left alone Christine Morgan's Nails of the Dead is a disturbing journey into mythological depthsBillie Sue Mosiman's Verboten tells of sisterly love with fatal results DF Noble's Psych pulls you into the psych ward to learn what hideous presence lurks in the shadows In The Door Chantal Noordeloos reminds us dangers can be found on either sideWH Pugmire's Darkness Dancing in Your Eyes is about a lost being and that which it sees in the depths of a mirror William Todd Rose gives us the seduction of an urban legend in The Grave Dancer while Anna Taborska's Out of the Light speaks of a soul's desire pulling a man into the darknessWilliam Cook has truly brought us a fresh perspective like a sharpened blade that cuts to the uick The forms of fear are many and you will find them all waiting for you here For just like flesh horror will decay unless you keep it fresh

  6. Baal Of Baal Of says:

    The second book I pulled from this list this one is substantially better than the other There are some very good gory violent and just plain fucked up stories in this collection An example description that I liked The babies looked like roasted whole chickens thrown in sloppy piles around her You should be able to tell from that whether this anthology is for you or not There are also some atmospheric offerings as well

  7. Angela Crawford Angela Crawford says:

    In Fresh Fear you will come across monsters in all forms from ghosts and demons to monsters who are all to humanA great anthology put together by William Cook Has stories from some writers I was familiar with as well as some I'll be looking for in the future A few of these stories are really great most are very good only a few left me cold So curl up somewhere cozy and enjoy this solid 4 star read

  8. Sharon Thacker Sharon Thacker says:

    Loved itI am a horror story fanatic Loved this one One of my favorites was Scare Me Can't wait for

  9. Eric Guignard Eric Guignard says:

    Great assemblage of extreme horror tales Uniue voices from around the world with one thing in common The drive to terrify you Not for the faint of heart

  10. S. Nash S. Nash says:

    There is no set theme for this anthology but each story touches on the fears of the modern world In the introduction a selection from WJ Renham's The Art of Darkness Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction we are reminded that Horror serves to reconnect us with our primal selves provides temporary respite from the droning conditions of modern lifeSome stories examine the experience of being bullied losing a child and the terror of becoming a drooling husk devoid of emotion Primal fears of ghosts demons and ancient evil unleashed upon humanity are also found here Some of these tales are a closer look at the horrors we view on the 24 hour news feeds where serial killers rapes and murders keep us both frightened and entertained Some authors examine the uiet horrors of isolation insanity and the the complacency of those who look at evil but do nothing to stop itBe warned none of the authors shy away from vivid imagery gore violence or misogyny The one story that haunts me the most Camps by Jack Dann was a glimpse into the history of World War II The images conjured in his words are as haunting as the photographs that survive the Nazi concentration camps Another favorite was Welcomeland by Ramsey Campbell His portrait of a dilapidated town and the eually ramshackle amusement park gave me chills The lyrical Darkness Dancing in Your Eyes by WH Pugmire was a glimpse of eternal loyalty beauty and painI highly recommend Fresh Fear for lovers of gut wrenching horrorScathe meic Beorh – God of the Wind An academic research trip to Mora New Mexico brings a man face to face with the gods of the desert and teaches him than he wants to knowRamsey Campbell – Welcomeland A man travels home to visit the amusement park he he helped finance Meant to revitalize the economy he finds the park failed and the town in shambles You can’t go home again but if you do can you ever leave?Lily Childs – Strange Tastes She’s the perfect caretaker Loyal neat clean and a fantastic gourmet cook When her employers are arrested for tax fraud she discovers they share her tastes in than kitchen appliancesLincoln Crisler – Nouri and the Beetles In a time of war the young men leave to fight What does a girl have to do to get a husband?Jack Dann – Camps People often speak of those suffering a terminal disease as being fighters Stephen fights his war for survival on two fronts The first is a war of pain and drugs The second is a battle of memories long past and never forgottenRobert Dunbar – High Rise Brandon his brother Tyrone and their mother move to a better room in an ill kept high rise When Tyrone meets one of the ghostly former tenants Brandon must save his life before he wastes awayThomas Erb – Spencer Weaver Gets Rebooted A teen has only the internet and his mother to help him get through his last year of High School and get revenge on the bully who tormented himBrandon Ford – Scare Me As a reviewer I can honestly say that this was my favorite story in the whole anthology It was fantastic I swear it Really Not joking Looks nervousCarole Gill – Raised A boy’s despair over his mother’s madness leads him to a career in medicine While dissecting corpses for his classes he discovers he has a passion for studying the deceased Will his mother’s curse follow him or is there something else in the past that haunts him?Lindsey Beth Goddard – The Tooth Collector When her daughter is killed in traffic Jenny knows it wasn’t an accident She seeks out the man responsible and demands her daughter be returned to herJF Gonzalez – Love Hurts A tale of the Black Dahlia the Laguna State Mental Hospital undying love and the transforming ecstasy of painDane Hatchell – The ‘takers Mr Jaffe is being held in a medical testing facility desperate to escape The Rooks shoot him full of drugs to steal his soul The ‘takers shuffle him from place to place and whisper the words that strike terror in his heart “It’s Wednesday and it’s time for Bingo”EA Irwin – Justice through Twelve Steps Particularly disturbing tale of insanity rape and murder that went too far for this readerCharlee Jacob – Locked inside the Buzzword Box Clanci Feamy is her father’s greatest experiment in terminal insanity She's thinking outside box and she's hungryK Trap Jones – Demon Eyed Blind A demon hunter pursues her prey with skill and precision until she backs him and herself into a corner She’s down to two souls one body and the police banging on the locked doorTim Jones – Protein When the ice melts and the world is awash with water the next world war will be fought over calories You can survive if you have enough proteinVada Katherine Block Block’s wife Luna was murdered Now he is investigating a series of murders that may be relatedRoy C Booth and Axel Kohagen – Just Another Ex A private investigator goes after a man suspected of cheating on his wife Unfortunately it’s not his wife who has hired the detectiveShane McKenzie – So Much Pain So Much Death Distraught parents are overjoyed to discover that their missing daughter has been found alive The man responsible for her disappearance rots in a cell but her father has suspicions that all is not as it seemsShaun Meeks – Perfection Through Silence Tom is tormented by a sound All he wants is silence to uiet the ticking that no one else can hear His grandmother could help him but she’s been dead for almost a yearAdam Milliard – The Incongruous Mr Marwick Which is the greater evil the perpetrator of torment or the one who stands by and merely observes?Christine Morgan – Nails of The Dead Plenty of people are preparing for the end of the world Some intend to merely survive it others work to build the vehicles that will usher it inBillie Sue Mosiman – Verboten Dorothy wants to be a singer in Nashville but her sister vanished from the truck stop up the road Her grandfather says strangers are verboten but it doesn't stop her from lookingDF Noble Psych Working on the psych ward is a difficult job Sometimes it helps to talk to a professional so your work doesn't follow you homeChantal Noordeloos – The Door Jen’s sister Mila is having nightmares Their stepfather is acting strangely and the basement door is locked Is the danger on this side of the door or beyond it?WH Pugmire Darkness Dancing in Your Eyes Enoch Blade awakens in his master’s house alone and despondent He still seeks to serve the alchemist who taught him to dance when there is nothing left but grave stones and shadows in the mirrorWilliam Todd Rose – The Grave Dancer People have attempted to film and photograph ghosts for as long as the technology has been available When Jamie and his friends view an 8mm film from his late grandfather’s collection they decide to find out if the local ghost stories are realAnna Taborska – Out of the Light In the vast stacks of the Bodleian Libraries a student’s book reuest becomes a scholar’s worst nightmarewwwbookie monstercom

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Fresh Fear➿ [Download] ➽ Fresh Fear By William Cook ➵ – FRESH FEAR An Anthology of Macabre Horror is a collection of horror from some of the genre's best writers of dark fiction In the introduction a selection from WJ Renehan's The Art of Darkness Meditati Fresh Fear An Anthology of Macabre Horror is a collection of horror from some of the genre's best writers of dark fiction In the introduction a selection from WJ Renehan's The Art of Darkness Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction we are reminded that Horror serves to reconnect us with our primal selves provides temporary respite from the droning conditions of modern life With over pages Fresh Fear is packed with stories written by both masters and up and coming maestros of the horror genre Tales steeped in psychological horror sit alongside visions of strange worlds and fantastical landscapes drenched in blood 'uiet horror' sits comfortably next to visceral portrayals of the monsters that lurk deep within the human heart Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famously once said where there is no imagination there is no horror the horror expressed by the authors in Fresh Fear show that imagination is indeed tantamount to excellent story telling Prepare yourself for tales of fear inducing horror from some of today's best authors of dark fiction AuthorsStories Scathe meic Beorh – God of the Wind Robert Dunbar – High Rise Ramsey Campbell – Welcomeland Lily Childs – Strange Tastes Lincoln Crisler – Nouri and the Beetles Jack Dann – Camps Thomas Erb – Spencer Weaver Gets Rebooted Brandon Ford – Scare Me Carole Gill – Raised Lindsey Beth Goddard – The Tooth Collector JF Gonzalez – Love Hurts Dane Hatchell – ‘takers Charlee Jacob – Inside the Buzzword Box K Trap Jones – Demon Eyed Blind Tim Jones – Protein James Ward Kirk – Block Roy C Booth Axel Kohagen – Just Another Ex Shane McKenzie – So Much Death Shaun Meeks – Perfection Through Silence Adam Millard – The Incongruous Mr Marwick Christine Morgan – Nails of The Dead Billie Sue Mosiman – Verboten Chantal Noordeloos – The Door Don Noble – Psych WH Pugmire – Darkness Dancing in Your Eyes William Todd Rose – The Grave Dancer EA Irwin – Justice through Twelve Step Anna Taborska – Out of the Light WARNING R Contains graphic scenes of violence and psychological horror Not suitable for younger readers Keywords Horror Psychological Horror Fantasy Horror Dark Fiction Literary Horror Genre Fiction Horror Anthology Modern Gothic Horror Contemporary Horror Adult Horror Fiction.

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