- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 6176 KB
- Print Length: 137 pages
- Publisher: Readomania (31 May 2020)
- Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
- Language: English
- ASIN: B089J9H4KX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 8 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,499 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Readomania Book of Horror Kindle Edition
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Available for INR 250/- @amazonkindle
Released on 31st May 2020, by @readomania
137 pages of sPiNe ChiLLiNg stories!
WHY SHOULD YOU READ IT❓
☠️ Read it, if you are looking for HORROR Fiction.
💀 If you want VARIETY, short- crisp- keeping you on your nerves kind-of stories with different narratives & writing styles since;
There are total 11 stories by multiple, well established authors.
Anupama Jain, Archana Sarat, Ayan Pal, Bhaswar Mukherjee, DEEPTI MENON, Harshali Singh, Mira Saraf, Proyashi Barua, Rituparna Ghosh, Sourabh Mukherjee, Ushasi Sen Basu.
I tried the free sample on kindle. It had the first story,
DÉJÀ VU by AYAN PAL and o'boy it got me unprepared!!
It got my complete attention and screwed my nerves till the very end!
I looooved the writing style, the choice of words, language, so crisp and to the point.
If you like perfectly done short stories, in horror genre, you would not want to miss this one!
Are ghosts for real or just a figment of our imagination fed by a heavy dose of literature and lore?
are they a product of our guilty minds?
A manifestation of our fear of the unseen, the unknown?
Can wronged people come back from the grave to avenge their deaths? Can a little baby really be the devil incarnate? Can a bereaved husband talk to his dead wife and even help her take revenge? Can the dead communicate with the living? Can ghosts save lives? Are ghost whisperers for real?
The Readomania Book of Horror will make you question your beliefs, your assumptions about the paranormal. It will make you look over your shoulder forever. Shhhh....
The book sets the tone from the first story itself, which is by Ayan Pal and makes you check your whereabouts.
I enjoyed reading all the stories but a few stood out for me. The ones by Archana Sarat, Sourabh Mukherjee, Proyashi Barua, Mira Saraf's particularly made me shudder in fright. The stories by Ushasi Sen Gupta, Deepti Menon, Harshali Singh, Anupama Jain, and Bhaswar Mukherjee gave me heebie-jeebies too.
My favourite story from the collection however was the one by Rituparna Ghosh, for it's that unusual combination of romance and horror that makes one scared but also makes one believe in the power of love. It made me feel all mushy and scared at the same time.
This one's definitely a must-read for horror lovers but a great even if you're not.
There are ghosts, spirits, revenge, and events this book explores a wide range of otherworldliness. There is dark motives, altruistic revenges. Right out of the old world is a story of traditional yashaksi and then there is a good old ode to the devil. This book is a perfect collection of good stories of the bad and the ugly!
Loved each story, especially, Ritu's story stands out. Kudos to all authors.