Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Thirty Scary Tales, ebook review

 Thirty Scary Tales
by: Rayne Hall

I found the book to be very interesting, do to the fact you get many short tales in a book.
You won't be disappointed,:).
If I chose two to say were my favorite, they would have to be...

the one called: By Your Own Free Will and Only A Fool

By Your Own Free Will, is a story of trading IQ points for more sex appeal to get the guy you want.  Marian, the lady who has a huge crush for Josh a guy she works with in the same company..Marian was desperate for Josh to fall in love with her she was willing to lower her IQ, as payment to a witch, for love.  After all the sacrifice she loses her job and isn't able to really do much or think how dumb she got.  In the end she is working for the witch and Josh is only a memory of a photo ... So how spooky would you say is ending up losing your brain smarts  for physical attraction...I thought that is so true.. many people think they need to dumb down to get the guy, because being smart won't help attract the fella.. However that is just creepy..A girl with brains and intelligence is beautiful as well.

the second story only a fool, was quite thrilling.. first you get the lady who just missed her bus after partying and ends up going down a dark and scary place to get home.. She realized to her self how much of a fool she was to be so late to miss her bus home, how much of a fool she was to not take a class on martial arts or how much of a fool she was living alone.. When a guy, young probably his first time to rape a woman, decides to attack her..She fools him and makes him think shes this dominate woman that was never pleased by anyone who had sex with her.. He soon thinks about her in leather black suit with a whip..etc.. and when she goes on with it she tells him to get down and practice begging like a that time she makes her escape but realizing how her husband who abused her felt with rage that she would love to kill this kid..

I thought it was interesting but I liked it, cause you can relate to it.. almost like a better adult book to the goosebumps and more like a dark side to life..

I've watched when I was younger a movie with three or 4 scary tales on it.. all based on the same character but different stories and It reminded me of that.. something for everyone.. Its got the grownup view of life and what life is really like, with horror fantasy combined..

great book, Thank you for a copy to review


Product Description
Thirty creepy, atmospheric, disturbing short stories.

These are the quiet kind of horror, not overly violent or gory. PG13.

The book is a compilation of the popular Six Scary Tales books Volums 1-5. British English.

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