Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Review: The other side of Dead

The other side of Dead
The other side of Dead by Ian Woodhead

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book Info: Genre: Horror/ZombiesReading Level: Adult

Disclosure: I picked up a free copy for my Kindle from Amazon.com; since it is Ian Woodhead’s birthday 4/19/12, I decided to have a little Ian Woodhead marathon this week in celebration. Happy Birthday, Ian!

Synopsis: Contained within this collection are seven stories, each story dealing with the mystery of death and what may lie beyond.

Rotating Flesh
Very Dead Dolls
Two Skins
Crimson Dreams
Beg the other Man
Blood Curse

Reading with the light on, preferably whilst holding a teddy bear is advised. Pleased be warned that some of the stories do contain violent imagery usually associated with a horror anthology.

My Thoughts: Wow, what a terrific batch of horror stories – and these are real horror. No happily ever after to be seen here. If you love real horror, you’ll love these stories. Woodhead has a seriously twisted mind, and I absolutely am in love with his fiction. I can’t really give details of the stories – that’s the trick with short stories, as giving much of any information will spoil it. But again, all I can say is, if you love horror, you’ll love these wonderfully twisted stories. Highly recommended.

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