Kaleidoscopic Shades is a spine-tinglingly horrific tale, yet it has absolutely nothing to do with creatures that go bump in the night. It's the weird panic you get when strange dreams start making you feel frightened.
Myths of Old is the final installment to Krishnarjun Bhattacharya's Tantric Trilogy. If you haven’t read Tantrics of Old and Horsemen of Old, I would advise you not to read this installment until you have. Myths of Old's world is constantly evolving and author Krishnarjun doesn’t waste his time catching readers up to what they should already know, which I have to admit, is part of what I love about his writing.
Title: The Haunting of Hill HouseAuthor: Shirley JacksonPublisher: Viking PressGenre: Horror FictionFirst Publication: 1959Language: EnglishMajor Characters: Dr. John Montague, Eleanor Vance, Theodora, Luke Sanderson, Mrs....
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Each of stories in 'Ghosts of the Silent Hills' is a subtle exercise rooted in everyday reality, and the ghostly presences--such as they are--emerge from the nourishing soil that constitutes author's finely crafted realism.
Author introduce readers to Subodh, just another IT guy, who gets rejected at love. But wait, 'That Thing About You' is not just another love-story. After heart break, Subodh found a mysterious female voice in his head who knows everything about him and guides him for better.
Those who don't read YA, or don't read Sci-Fi or romance or the classics are generally doing it out of judgement. But those who don't read horror books are doing it out of fear.