51 Sleepless Nights

51 Sleepless NightsTitle: 51 Sleepless Nights

Author: Tobias Wade

Published: June 18, 2017 by Tobias Wade

Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy, $2.99 on Kindle

☆☆☆/5

Blurb: Horror/Thriller Stories Collection
A diverse collection of short horror stories including the grizzly confessions of a serial killer, parallel dimensions, becoming trapped in a virtual world, and encountering ancient aliens buried beneath the Earth’s crust. Demons, monsters, psychopaths, undead, mad experiments and paranormal – no matter what makes your heart race, you’re guaranteed to face your fear with these terrifying tales.

Review: I don’t really know how I feel about this book. I wrote all the titles in my little journal to try and keep track of what the stories were but then I just couldn’t be bothered on those last few books.

There were a few good stories in there, some that made my spine tingle and I wanted to read more of but, these are massively short stories. The ones I really enjoyed were very simple, just one little thing that was the focus and made very creepy.

The bad outweighed the good here though. For every good story there seemed to be three or four bad ones. Some of them followed the same theme and that just got a little old and confusing.

Would I recommend this to others? Hmm…not really. I did say in a few of my little reviews that I would read some of the good ones around a campfire but now, I don’t think so because I’d have to go digging.

Thank you for reading my review.

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