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Tales from the Lake Vol. 3 features ghosts, monsters, assassins, alternate dimensions, creatures from the deepest depths and the darkest parts of the universe. This non-themed horror anthology is filled with suspenseful stories, terrifying thrillers, tragic tales, mystifying mysteries, and memorable adventures that will leave you wanting more. Let these modern urban legends prickle your imagination, share it around a campfire, and revel in the magic of Crystal Lake’s exceptional authors

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Tales from the Lake Volume 3

Tales from the Lake Vol. 3 features ghosts, monsters, assassins, alternate dimensions, creatures from the deepest depths and the darkest parts of the universe. This non-themed horror anthology is filled with suspenseful stories, terrifying thrillers, tragic tales, mystifying mysteries, and memorable adventures that will leave you wanting more. Let these modern urban legends prickle your imagination, share it around a campfire, and revel in the magic of Crystal Lake’s exceptional authors.

You know, there are a high number of horror anthology writers publishers around who regularly put out collections of stories. The majority of them can extremely lack imagination or are not able to stir your emotions. But that’s truly not the case with The Tales From the Lake anthologies, in fact, it is completely the opposite. All of the stories within this book will scare the hell out of you and while making your blood run cold. Some of the tales in this book might even have lasting emotional reactions.

Tales from the Lake – Volume 3, is from Crystal Lake Publishing, where we find a large array of stories ranging from the subtle horror to downright horrific. This book continues the tradition of bringing together a collection of extremely engaging short stories that cause you to think and be freaked out at the same time. From the very beginning, this volume 3 offers stories that take you into the heart of darkness and keeps you there. The narratives are very intense, and there’s no question that you will be holding your breath the entire way through as you read these accounts of the horrors that can descend upon the unknowing. Be warned though, the emotions that this collection can stir may result in sleepless nights, not only while reading it but for a great while after.

I’ll share just a few highlights. In Sumiko Saulson’s story, Enclosures will give you pause the next time you think about coveting that which belongs to another. Reginald’s grandfather tried to warn his grandson, but when the old man died Reginald was ready to move into grandpa’s estate. Soon, he learns that things belonging to others aren’t always the way to happiness. Kate Jonez offers up Effigy, a bit like the genie in a bottle theory. But no, this is no ordinary genie and no doubt the cost of a wish will not be worth the trade-off. Chris Pearce gives us Tragedy Park, where Finn and his friends decide to sneak on a closed ride they get more than they hoped for.

You really do owe it to yourself to read this newest assortment of horror stories that will scare the hell out of you, and at the same time unable to put it down. This one will get your absolutely grab and hold your attention all the way to the last page. So there you go, an overview of what you will find within these 19 very different diverse tales, so jump in and have a little swim!

 

GrimMagazine.com - Tales from the Lake Vol. 3 - Book Review
Title: Tales from the Lake Vol. 3
Author: Kate Jonez, Mark Allan Gunnells
Published Date: August 19, 2016
Series: Tales From the Lake Series
Genre: Fiction, Ghost Story, Horror Fiction
Publisher: Crystal Lake Publishing
Format: Paperback, Kindle
Pages: 246 pages
Reviewed by: Mike Davidson
Our Rating: 4.0 /5

 

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