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Review - Those Who Live in Darkness by Dan Shrader


Synopsis -


Whether it’s just a taste, or an entire bite you crave, Those Who Live in Darkness, Volume One, promises to nourish your wicked appetite. These six bone-chilling stories delve into darkness, catering to macabre enthusiasts and those in search of pleasures not of this world. These tales will captivate and thrill while offering a glimpse into the eerie and mysterious.Towers Valley, the darkest of towns, surrounded by the Robin Hood Hills, is home to some of the most chilling and perplexing horrors throughout history. Prepare to unleash chaos in this nightmarish realm, a true embodiment of Hell on earth. This is a repository of dark secrets where the living endures endless torment and the dead flourish. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.



Review -


Those Who Live in Darkness is an excellent collection of short stories that you should be able to tear through rather quickly.


Each of the tales are entertaining in their own right, but there are a couple that are sure to leave you wanting more. For me, From The Gutters was the pick of the bunch and the one that could easily be expanded into a novel length story.


There are some definite trigger warnings to be found in the book, with incest, extreme violence, and some other unsavory nuggets in there, but they are certainly not done solely for shock value.


This is labeled as Volume 1, and I look forward to reading more of the creepy goings on in Towers Valley.


This book is set to release in February, 2024.


4 stars out of 5

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