Wake the Wicked

Wake the Wicked I had a hard time finishing this book I thought that it being short stories would make it easier but it was just not for me. I didn t find these stories scary at all, just a little strange It was okay. In This Explosive Debut Collection Of Thirteen Twisted Tales, We Meet An Alcoholic Who S Obsessed With A Tattoo Of His Dead Daughter Digging Deep Split Siamese Twins With A Sinister Connection Poison Ivy Two Morbid Magicians Determined To Make Their Final Trick Unforgettable Dusk To Dust An Army Of Vengeful Wasps Who Stop At Nothing To Rebuild A Nest Unraveling The Nest And Many not bad Terrible I couldn t read this book before bed because I would be scared to fall asleep It is like nothing I have read before, truly creepy and a great read Reminiscent of Hubert Selby and Stephen King, this radical and horrifying collection of stories sent a chill right down my spine and kept me up for than one night Baloga has a genuine gift for painting scenery with vivid imagery and creating characters that are unique but also frighteningly easy to relate to I wasn t that familiar with his work before reading these stories, but I will definitely be coming back for Overall, if you are looking for some thrilling tales you ll want to check this out AMAZING This is an awesome book great read will definitely read many times Couldn t put the book down Great thriller suspenseful till the last word if you love a good thriller and horror you need to read this one Thank you for your interest in Wake the Wicked Thirteen Twisted Tales As the author of this book, I invite you to let the book speak for itself Click here to read Poison Ivy, the complete first tale.For those of you who have written sincere, respectful, and thought provoking reviews, thank you These substantive reviews are one in a million, and any author or future reader would be grateful.Thanks again Enjoy Truly creepy and thought provoking Most importantly, each story is unique and not predictable A must read for anyone who enjoys dark fiction

Christian Baloga lives in rural Pennsylvania and was born just one day after Halloween, on the Day of the Dead When not writing books, he harbors a peculiar interest in urban exploring, paranormal investigation, traveling, and creating works of art In fact, three of his human hair sculptures are displayed in Ripley s Believe It or Not museum.

[Reading] ➻ Wake the Wicked  ➱ Christian Baloga – Uc0.info
  • ebook
  • Wake the Wicked
  • Christian Baloga
  • English
  • 06 August 2019

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