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Review: KAOS Obsidere: The Nightmare Has Begun: A Dark Fiction / Legacy Horror Collection

October 27, 2017

KAOS Obsidere: The Nightmare Has Begun: A Dark Fiction / Legacy Horror Collection by D.C. McGannon and C.Michael McGannon

Creepy!

About the Book:

Seven short stories from best-selling authors D.C. McGannon & C. Michael McGannon. The stories take place between the fictional worlds of Divinity, FL and the dark, foreboding City of Apocalypse.

The first in a volume of 3 books in an expanding, connected universe. Experience the psychological, physical, and spiritual darkness for yourself, ranging from the subtle to the extreme.

BONUS: Includes author notes for each story and definitions. Also included, the seventh story “Carnival Street” that links the worlds of Divinity, FL and the City of Apocalypse in a most “terrifying” and “disturbing” way. Experience the ” … visceral terror …”

Intended for mature audiences only, due to language, graphic description, violence, and themes.

My Thoughts:

First thought and last thought is that this book is very very creepy and that I really really enjoyed it.

Creepy and mysterious but also very horrific. (I am still hesitating before going into the bathroom! and I am very glad I don’t cook.) Honestly I did stop reading at night and waited until the sun was out.

If you want a great read for Halloween I can think of nothing better than this collection of short stories. Very well written, these gripping tales will stay with you long after you put the book down.

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