The Horror Collection: White Edition presented by KJK Publishing is the perfect read for fans of horror and the Christmas holiday.
I mean… Christmas and Horror?! Come on. Sign me up!!
Full disclosure: I was given a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my rating in any way.
Let’s dive in!
My Thoughts on The Horror Collection: White Edition presented by KJK Publishing
From paranormal-themed-spooky to real world terror, and from eerily creepy to horrifyingly gruesome, this collection has quite the variety of tales!
Each tale in this collection was wonderfully written and perfectly horrific. I just couldn’t get enough!
My favorites from this collection include:
- Christmas Eve by Mark Tufo
- Santa’s Claws by Mark Allan Gunnells
- Santa’s Gift by Mark Allan Gunnells
- The Christmas Miracle by Chris Miller
- Down the Bizarro Watering Hole by Kevin J Kennedy
Per usual, here are my quick reactions and rating breakdowns for each story:
‘Twas the Night Before Yuletide by James Matthew Byers –
What a way to kick off the collection! This poem was a trip with an intense ending!
Christmas Eve by Mark Tufo –
Oh my gosh, I loved this one so much! Poor Devan… What a crazy tale, but so wonderful. I also loved the idea of Karma being an individual! That could certainly be another story itself!
The Advent of Father Hirst by Lex H Jones –
Eek! How scary! This story really came alive! With how well this one was written, I could imagine it all happening very vividly. I actually found myself picturing the church in my hometown that I would go to for bible school. Phew, I haven’t thought of the inside of that place in ages.
Santa’s Claws by Mark Allan Gunnells –
Spooky!! This takes the creep factor up a notch!
Santa’s Gift by Mark Allan Gunnells –
YIKES! What a little terror Susie is. What an ending!
White Oleanders by Steven Stacy –
Oooh! Take a bit of Christine by Stephen King, mix it with a bit of No Exit by Taylor Adams, then add a dash of Final Destination and you’ve got this tale! This was so terrifying and so wonderfully done!
Santa’s Elite by Mark Cassell –
Woah! What an interesting and spooky idea! Using the bits of ribbon to cut down on the population is such a terrifying idea!
A Christmas Story, 1985 by Amy Cross –
What an awesome ghost story!! I loved that it was centered around story telling! I wonder what the mans story would be about next year…
The Christmas Miracle by Chris Miller –
Oofh. The most horrifying tales are the ones that hit you with a gut punch. So heartbreaking but so wonderfully done.
Down the Bizarro Watering Hole by Kevin J Kennedy –
Woah!! This one was nuts! I loved the theme and the overall message. I hope everything worked out!!
My Final Thoughts on The Horror Collection: White Edition
I’m SO excited that this book was my first holiday themed read of the year. It was so much fun to read. I ended up forcing myself to put it down simply so I could drag it out a bit. I easily could have read straight through…
This collection certainly set the bar high for the rest of my holiday reads this year!
I cannot recommend this one highly enough to fans of horror, especially fans of holiday themed horror. Enjoy!
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