Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth: Thirteen Tales of Terror

Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth Thirteen Tales of Terror Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth by William Markly O Neal is an anthology that includes Thirteen Tales of Terror of varying lengths from micro fiction to novelettes Included are two previously

  • Title: Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth: Thirteen Tales of Terror
  • Author: William Markly O'Neal
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth by William Markly O Neal is an anthology that includes Thirteen Tales of Terror of varying lengths, from micro fiction to novelettes.Included are two previously published stories Bob Bodey s Body Parts , which originally appeared in Weird Tales magazine, Issue 346 and Sensory Desolation , which was first published in Cover of Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth by William Markly O Neal is an anthology that includes Thirteen Tales of Terror of varying lengths, from micro fiction to novelettes.Included are two previously published stories Bob Bodey s Body Parts , which originally appeared in Weird Tales magazine, Issue 346 and Sensory Desolation , which was first published in Cover of Darkness, from Sam s Dot Publishing in May of 2011.In Bob Bodey s Body Parts, a man finds he can purchase Real Body Parts from a vending machine WARNING Real means Real In Sensory Decimation , the Sheriff of a rural Indiana Country gets some help tracking down a serial killer His benefactors are five mysterious psychics The Sensora Sisters who aren t telling the Sheriff the terrible price he ll pay for their help.Other stories in this anthology include ellYerSoul2Satan.hel , the tale of a man who gets the girl the old fashioned way by selling his soul to the Devil The Legend of Bullet Lake , a ghost story that turns deadly for five young men on a hunting trip Crimson House , answering the timeless question, What happens to successful serial killers when they get old The Night Lightning Strikes Paintersville , a place where madness manifests itself in art Edgar Alan Poem Meets Elizabeth Barrett Brownie , where a monster stalks a single mom using the Internet She Dreams of Murder , the story of a man who hears his wife talk about killing him in her sleep and I Was a Teenage Beehive , a tragic tale that just might give you a buzz.Even the worst monsters have Embarrassing Secrets Even perfect machines experience System Failure Truth or Dare makes for fun Graveside Games And when the Emergency Broadcast System declares, THIS IS NOT A TEST shouldn t we listen This anthology does contain profanity, graphic violence, and some sexual situations.

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    1. I bought this book because of the price and was pleasantly surprised by how creative, entertaining and well written the stories were. It's certainly not for everyone but if you like dark humor with a healthy dash of horror mixed in, I highly recommend.

    2. Very creepy and "out there" collection of short stories. Easy to read anthology. Lots of unique situations and well described.

    3. This collection of short stories kept me riveted! I don't usually read works that are not audio, but this held my attention. Scary, funny, genuinely fresh and clever. Buy this book!

    4. While I was not overly impressed with a few of the tales contained herein because I did not find them all that terrifying, I did enjoy a few spots enough to say this is worth a read. If you're a perfectionist then move on as there are errors to be found but if you can be forgiving you may find some gems here. While quite a few stories left me wishing they had been a bit longer the last tale left me wishing it would end already. However, keeping that in mind, I found the end of that tale to be de [...]

    5. Absolutely fantastic grouping of short stories! The stories are as crazy as the title to the book, which is actually the title of one of the stories. It is a MUST READ! A DEFINITE page turner that I just couldn't put down, I finished it in 2 days. It was just that weird, wild & unusual.l in the best ways!

    6. I just couldn't get into this book! I love the horror/thriller genre and can usually read a book straight through but unfortunately I found this to be a tedious read. Sorry but it just wasn't for me

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