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I enjoy reading short stories sometimes. Nice review, but I’m not into dark humor or horror! This is a . the stories made the book hard to dislike. Beautiful review! This book looks like a good which is emotional. to the for an outstanding review. This sounds like a great read for lovers of dark fiction. A well written book. Very. great read. I like it that the author used powerful illustrations. However, I'm not a fan of this genre, . all of its short stories. I especially like the illustrations mixed in. I love to read short stories collection . when illustrations are not just pretty add on but meanigful. This seems like really emotional read. Great review. Your review is . book seems to be very insightful. Thanks for the review. Compilation of short interesting and freaky stories sounds good.
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Telling series of stories in one book. Good review Dark fiction with powerful illustrations? That's atypical. I'm not into this . . Congratulations to the author on the BOTD. Great review. Your review really gives an attraction to whoever is interested. any book. Very interesting review! This collection of "dark" short stories is a little too dark for me. In the. but this book sounds quite interesting. Fccording to the review the author showed great skill "of examining the . with fear and horror. Thanks for the review. It is a fiction. The policeman seems to be into mysticism. . engaging and well-written. Thanks for the review! Short stories and dark humour all in one? This is the . wonder how he reacted seeing his own soul. Wonderful review, thank you! The stories sound thoughtfully written. The .
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They had special ways to communicate and had different powers. Their houses were very unique, and it was like. : Zoltan, Krysta, and Tahreen, a family with special magical powers; Gredat, the boy who first helped the three from. Earth; and Boltza, the strange man with dark powers. Read and find out what the “weesas”, “baracs”, and. terminology used. I liked best the discovery of special powers that Danika and Robb had that were developed as. her sketches of concepts that she sent to the illustrator with the end results. If I had to state. who like a mixture of fantasy, magic, mystery, science fiction, faith, suspense, and adventure will like The Catarbie Conspiracy. s a genre I enjoy. Thanks for a great review. Science Fiction stories always sound so crazy when they are .
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To LinkedInLinkedInShare to PinterestPinterestTALES from the AETHER: Extraordinary Tales of Dark Fiction, Dark Humor, and Horror is a collection of wildly imagined short. things about the book was the author’s use of powerful illustrations that aptly matched the haunting collection’s ominous mood. I. on this one, though. These stories are too dark. Thanks for a great review! The covor of the book really interested me. 'm not into horror stories. Thanks for your review! Even though there are dark, the realistic themes and lighthearted delivery makes them. read this one based solely on its descriptions in this review. This collection of stories seem absolutely thrilling to read. thank.
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Powerful. My one word review. However, my more in-depth thoughts are as . thinking I’ve taken a wrong turn down the fictional alleyway and ran smack into some bdsm story. Any . most powerful of them all. It is the black, the darkness, that is worshiped and not the light as is illustrated in. many other stories. However, the darkness is not necessarily evil as exemplified. , it’s very hard to give a more detailed review without spoilers. So please be aware, from this point . to gobbling this. Thank you so much for the review. This just moved to the top of my wish . together way... haha, I'm not that crazy. Great review on an absolutely wonderful book. I'm so glad . much as I have. It was a pleasure to review. I am really happy to see people talking about .
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