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Over 15 years in the making, this is a mid-career retrospective by Malaysia’s prince of darkness Tunku Halim. Featuring twenty of his best short stories such as Biggest Baddest Bomoh, Mr Petronas, The Rape of Martha Teoh, Night of the Pontianak, Malay Magick and Gravedigger’s Kiss, this is a collection that will make you tingle in all sorts of places.


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Over 15 years in the making, this is a mid-career retrospective by Malaysia’s prince of darkness Tunku Halim. Featuring twenty of his best short stories such as Biggest Baddest Bomoh, Mr Petronas, The Rape of Martha Teoh, Night of the Pontianak, Malay Magick and Gravedigger’s Kiss, this is a collection that will make you tingle in all sorts of places.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    tengkusitihasmah

    this book suck. I am sorry. it just not something that I can read with pleasure, not that because it was horror stories, it wasn't scary after all. regret buying it. dont think im gonna buy any bukufixi after this. Not even finish. To some people, it might be a worth read, but naah, not my cup of tea. this book suck. I am sorry. it just not something that I can read with pleasure, not that because it was horror stories, it wasn't scary after all. regret buying it. dont think im gonna buy any bukufixi after this. Not even finish. To some people, it might be a worth read, but naah, not my cup of tea.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Husna Rosli

    2 stars to be exact. 1 star for the writing. 1 star for a few stories that managed to interest me. First of, a big congrats to Tunku Halim for this book :) I knew the writer (he's the dad of my lecturer's friend). However it does not affect my review. I think a few early chapters were great. I liked vampire stories but when too many chapters are about vampires, I get bored. Feel like reading twilight tbh. Just a darker version. Better if titled vampire stories. This book is titled horror stories. 2 stars to be exact. 1 star for the writing. 1 star for a few stories that managed to interest me. First of, a big congrats to Tunku Halim for this book :) I knew the writer (he's the dad of my lecturer's friend). However it does not affect my review. I think a few early chapters were great. I liked vampire stories but when too many chapters are about vampires, I get bored. Feel like reading twilight tbh. Just a darker version. Better if titled vampire stories. This book is titled horror stories. Yes, some of the book does terrified me, some are just mehh. Not because the stories are not good. But a few stories (especially halfway through the book), idk where the plot is going, like what are the writer trying to tell me? That the characters made out almost every stories? Halfway through the book, it gets really lengthy, with lots of descriptions that idk whether it contributes to the plot or not. Idk. Maybe I'm wrong. I'm not an expert in writing. I'm SO SORRY but I can't help feeling like reading a porn book. If this is a horror and romance genre, doesn't mean every stories is about making out. Please kids, stay away from this book hmmm.. However, I'm sure Horror Stories 2 will be better. Thanks again to Tunku Halim for sharing :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Once again, we are shown that Malaysia is still 50 years behind the rest of the modern world in regards to its literature, music, and film. Even China has more talented authors, directors, and musicians than the gem of Southeast Asia, and they live under much greater censorship and oppression. This anthology is fraught with grammatical, spelling, and vocabulary mistakes. Its stories are predictable, stereotypical, racist, and completely bereft of any scares or clever twists. Further, to call thes Once again, we are shown that Malaysia is still 50 years behind the rest of the modern world in regards to its literature, music, and film. Even China has more talented authors, directors, and musicians than the gem of Southeast Asia, and they live under much greater censorship and oppression. This anthology is fraught with grammatical, spelling, and vocabulary mistakes. Its stories are predictable, stereotypical, racist, and completely bereft of any scares or clever twists. Further, to call these characters cardboard caricatures would be an insult to cardboard and caricatures everywhere. I hated this book. Hated it, hated it, hated it. Malaysia, you may have natural beauty, but you are lacking in in the arts. Jesus. I'd be embarrassed to loan this book out to friends.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ema

    It's very Malaysian. And old stories. Cliche, I mean. It's very Malaysian. And old stories. Cliche, I mean.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hanies Nik Azlan

    Initially, having finished the first three stories I was excited. Ooh, this gon' be good, I tell myself. Boy was I wrong. I only liked the first three stories. As I carried on the only motivation I had was to finish the book. I wasn't even hoping the next story would be good. Other than the first three stories I did like the author's style of writing. He made my reading experience a breeze, apart from his stories. Also I liked that the titles of his stories are short and simple, not long and pre Initially, having finished the first three stories I was excited. Ooh, this gon' be good, I tell myself. Boy was I wrong. I only liked the first three stories. As I carried on the only motivation I had was to finish the book. I wasn't even hoping the next story would be good. Other than the first three stories I did like the author's style of writing. He made my reading experience a breeze, apart from his stories. Also I liked that the titles of his stories are short and simple, not long and pretentious. However I don't get why this book is always on the Top 10 Bestsellers shelf in the bookstores..now that's horror for me. Haha I kid I kid.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Selvianty Yusuf

    Bored. Not scary at all. Not thrilling. Some chapters are personification of real issue like gambling or adultery. Another chapters are about madness. And few stories represent dislike or disgust over gay people. Really dude, you used sex to create stories with gays? That's not good. All the stories are typical. The writing though is good. Stories, no. Bored. Not scary at all. Not thrilling. Some chapters are personification of real issue like gambling or adultery. Another chapters are about madness. And few stories represent dislike or disgust over gay people. Really dude, you used sex to create stories with gays? That's not good. All the stories are typical. The writing though is good. Stories, no.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Plainqoma

    I'm hoping for a wow, ewww, ahhh feelings but all I got were hmmm and meh. Pretty frustrated really. Kekangan bahasa mungkin. Glad finally I got to the last page without skipping. But most of the stories were original indeed. I'm hoping for a wow, ewww, ahhh feelings but all I got were hmmm and meh. Pretty frustrated really. Kekangan bahasa mungkin. Glad finally I got to the last page without skipping. But most of the stories were original indeed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rizqan Sulaiman

    *sigh* I literally felt FORCED to read this (since I bought it with hard cash and don't wanna to waste it) Worse is I spend like 6 weeks to finish and felt expressionless throughout reading the stories. Some of the stories are just borderline atrocious and grotesque (not in a good way) i.e "Malay Magick" . But anyhow, some of the stories are quite interesting i.e. "The Girl Who Grew Horn" . Overall, it's not a great book, or good book to be frank, but it is still "readable". *sigh* I literally felt FORCED to read this (since I bought it with hard cash and don't wanna to waste it) Worse is I spend like 6 weeks to finish and felt expressionless throughout reading the stories. Some of the stories are just borderline atrocious and grotesque (not in a good way) i.e "Malay Magick" . But anyhow, some of the stories are quite interesting i.e. "The Girl Who Grew Horn" . Overall, it's not a great book, or good book to be frank, but it is still "readable".

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shahrul

    I don't like the book simply because it didn't meet my expectation. The storyline is too predictable. I don't like the book simply because it didn't meet my expectation. The storyline is too predictable.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leung

    The first three stories were average . the rest stank!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emelyn Way

    Overall, the book was ok lah for Malaysian standards. I would've given this 3* even after I nerfed my high standards of books, but since I cannot say I actually liked it as in 'I'll reread this!', I guess not. An A for attempt is given though. I've thrown the idea around of buying this since I like horror. So what went wrong? The writing did seem amateurish at times (like a SPM candidate trying too hard), and there was an ABUSE OF SIMILES!!! Is there no other gaya bahasa which can be used, like p Overall, the book was ok lah for Malaysian standards. I would've given this 3* even after I nerfed my high standards of books, but since I cannot say I actually liked it as in 'I'll reread this!', I guess not. An A for attempt is given though. I've thrown the idea around of buying this since I like horror. So what went wrong? The writing did seem amateurish at times (like a SPM candidate trying too hard), and there was an ABUSE OF SIMILES!!! Is there no other gaya bahasa which can be used, like proverbs and metaphors? "He gripped the metal grilles like an orangutan in a zoo" That was only one of the cheesiest similes ever. Only a few were fitting to their stories, but most were localized. The book claims to use American English, but the 'bloody' term was overused here. I've mostly read British English books, btw. Also, there was a lot of filler in most stories before you get to the important parts. I'm all for details, but nobody wants to read about the characters yum cha-ing in the introduction!! Get to the point alrdy!! Furthermore, obvious grammatical errors were spotted. In Facebook comments, I'd let that pass, but in a published book! Do they not QC? Story-wise, you can expect typical plots of Malay literature (e.g: guy uses a bomoh to get his crush) and their supernatural beings like orang minyak and pontianak (the titles make it so obvious). I could see the twists/revelations coming from afar, which kills the moment. Some characters do stupid things which could prevent their problems in the first place, like clinging to gold-diggers, taking home unusual items, going ghost-hunting, etc. Typical horror movie cliches like black figures, delays when entering the car in dangerous situations, moving shadows, the whole 'Haunted Apartment' concept, door locks in critical times, generally abnormal/stalker ppl, etc. Some things are not even explained well, like in 'The Width of a Circle'. (view spoiler)[Why is Adam repeating time travel? (hide spoiler)] Martha Teoh's story made no sense. Ok la, I shall say what saved this book for me. Support local talent ma! My favourite stories were 'The Woman who Grew Horns' and 'A Sister's Tale'. Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for revenge stories and they portray how treacherous humans can be. Some weren't even supernatural, and that's where my A for attempt comes in. I think they were better than those which were in their own ways. I think the scariest part of all in the book is (view spoiler)[ having a lethal reptile in the shower (hide spoiler)] . Conclusion: If you're expecting serious horror, DON'T buy this. I shivered not. I would return to True Singapore Ghost Stories (it does have Malaysians' contributions too) or Stephen King. I've even seen better (and got scared) on Creepypasta. I've alrdy donated this book to the less fortunate (in good condition, mind you), in the hopes that others may appreciate it better than I did.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Yee

    I felt surprised by the low rating and a lot of negative reviews about this book on Goodreads since both the book and the author are quite famous in Malaysia. At first, I was thinking whether I should read it, but I feel everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I will never know how good or how bad the book will be if I don’t read it. I quite enjoyed reading the first two stories, and I couldn’t find any problems with the writing style as what other reviewers mentioned on Goodreads. However, I felt surprised by the low rating and a lot of negative reviews about this book on Goodreads since both the book and the author are quite famous in Malaysia. At first, I was thinking whether I should read it, but I feel everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I will never know how good or how bad the book will be if I don’t read it. I quite enjoyed reading the first two stories, and I couldn’t find any problems with the writing style as what other reviewers mentioned on Goodreads. However, I have to admit that the author has included too much of irrelevant sexual descriptions as a simile or sexual words to describe certain situations which are not related to any sexual actions. That was the only part which I felt slightly disturbing so far after reading the first two stories. HORROR STORIES by Tunku Halim.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sooraya Evans

    After finishing the first couple of chapters, I had concerns whether humor was going to be a recurring theme. Sadly, this was the case. Tunku Halim has the tendency to drag and drag the narrative unnecessarily long all the way to an unsatisfying climax. The Rape of Martha Teoh is a perfect example. The whole ordeal could have been two pages tops. Speaking of sexual assault, what’s with all the rape? Male on female rape. Male on male rape. Male on weird creature rape. In short, this was a tense and After finishing the first couple of chapters, I had concerns whether humor was going to be a recurring theme. Sadly, this was the case. Tunku Halim has the tendency to drag and drag the narrative unnecessarily long all the way to an unsatisfying climax. The Rape of Martha Teoh is a perfect example. The whole ordeal could have been two pages tops. Speaking of sexual assault, what’s with all the rape? Male on female rape. Male on male rape. Male on weird creature rape. In short, this was a tense and dreadful read all for the wrong reasons. None of the tales were remotely suspenseful. A special message to the publisher for having the gall to put a blurb of an entirely different book on the front cover - F*ck you for the deceptive blurb!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Afiqah Ahmad

    I was expecting to be terrified as I am a scaredy-cat. But, I wasn't. Hrm.. I guess it is titled Horror Stories instead of Ghost Stories. It was a good read but not my cup of tea. The quote on the cover saying that the book is unpleasant (though it was a quote from another book by him) is by far the most accurate description. It does the book justice. Would I recommend it to a friend? No. Did I waste my time reading it? No. So, you decide for yourself. I was expecting to be terrified as I am a scaredy-cat. But, I wasn't. Hrm.. I guess it is titled Horror Stories instead of Ghost Stories. It was a good read but not my cup of tea. The quote on the cover saying that the book is unpleasant (though it was a quote from another book by him) is by far the most accurate description. It does the book justice. Would I recommend it to a friend? No. Did I waste my time reading it? No. So, you decide for yourself.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Arshad Adam

    A bit disappointing, really. Didn't give me the slightest feeling of eeriness. It was just a pleasant read that didn't give the genre horror justice. Maybe I expect too much from it as at times I feel annoyed of some short stories in it. A bit disappointing, really. Didn't give me the slightest feeling of eeriness. It was just a pleasant read that didn't give the genre horror justice. Maybe I expect too much from it as at times I feel annoyed of some short stories in it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Zareek

    Rape, check. Shamans, check. Forbidden lust, check. Murder, check. Not much of ghost and paranormality though, which is what I was really hoping. This book is entertaining enough. Just don't keep your expectation too high. Rape, check. Shamans, check. Forbidden lust, check. Murder, check. Not much of ghost and paranormality though, which is what I was really hoping. This book is entertaining enough. Just don't keep your expectation too high.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amirah Fathiyah

    It has it's moment but generally it was quite boring. It has it's moment but generally it was quite boring.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Aimi Z.

    It IS an unpleasant read. Not the good kind of unpleasant though.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Callie

    Read the stories. It was written by an immature writer.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Popco

    "Horror Stories" is a collection of 20 short stories, written by Tunku Halim between the years 1997 and 2007. As the title suggests, they're all focused on horror, usually of the supernatural variety (think black magic, vampires and ghosts). The protagonists vary quite a lot in age and background, but unfortunately never have much of a unique voice of their own. The resulting repetitive storytelling style makes reading several of these stories in a row somewhat tedious. Despite some of the wonder "Horror Stories" is a collection of 20 short stories, written by Tunku Halim between the years 1997 and 2007. As the title suggests, they're all focused on horror, usually of the supernatural variety (think black magic, vampires and ghosts). The protagonists vary quite a lot in age and background, but unfortunately never have much of a unique voice of their own. The resulting repetitive storytelling style makes reading several of these stories in a row somewhat tedious. Despite some of the wonderfully vivid descriptions*, Halim never really succeeds in building up a feeling of dread or suspense before the actual 'horror' starts. Several stories rely on highly predictably plot twists and none of them have much psychological depth. In short, this is not the sort of horror that lingers, that stays with you late at night when your mind refuses to go to sleep. So why the 3 stars? Because I love camp-fire stories and urban legends, and these are basically more detailed and well-written versions of such stories. Not all that scary, but still entertaining and spooky when read in the dark with nothing but a fire or a candle or a night-light. And that's just how I read them. One or two at a time, before going to bed. The book weighs very little, so it's easy to take with you when travelling or camping. They're also a good length for reading out loud if you're into scaring friends who never watch or read horror. *I was pleased to find that, unlike many horror writers, Tunku Halim fully seems to understand how important the sense of smell is in our daily lives, in our memories and our ability to feel (un)ease in our environment.

  21. 5 out of 5

    carmen

    a couple of years back (maybe 2-3 years ago), i would have rated this as one of my favourite horror books to date. 'horror stories' by tunku halim is a compilation of some of his 'top' short stories, most of which is set in malaysia and revolves around malaysian characters, myths and the language. i've read this book 3 times now, this being my third read and i have to say... i am utterly disappointed. the first 2 stories started out fine: 'biggest baddest bomoh' and ‘night of the pontianak'. and a couple of years back (maybe 2-3 years ago), i would have rated this as one of my favourite horror books to date. 'horror stories' by tunku halim is a compilation of some of his 'top' short stories, most of which is set in malaysia and revolves around malaysian characters, myths and the language. i've read this book 3 times now, this being my third read and i have to say... i am utterly disappointed. the first 2 stories started out fine: 'biggest baddest bomoh' and ‘night of the pontianak'. and i was thinking to myself, 'yeah! i knew this book deserved to be one of my favourites,' but as usual, i was wrong. the rest of the book was a horrible drag. excluding 15 other stories that didn't go too well, there are 3-5 stories that are pretty exceptional. since this is a compilation of short stories with themes and characters that are independent of each other, i figured it wouldn't be too fair to review the book as a whole. so i decided to create a ranking system based on two main characteristics: 1) the story, writing style, characters (mainly focusing on the contents of the story here) and 2) the scare factor. from there, each story gets an overall score out of 10 points and a corresponding grade. bear in mind, this ranking system was developed spontaneously and is not exactly the most valid/reliable system. apart from that, this is also MY opinion. some stories which I find irksome may turn out to be one of your all-time favourites so my only word of advice to you if you haven't read 'horror stories' yet is: borrow the book first. and only buy the book if you like it lah. can? here goes my system: a) contents of the story (0-6) - 0: lousy, shitty, a disgrace to the horror community that it shouldn't even receive a score! please get this out of the book, sir! -1: horrible. i would have to say the stories with a score of 1 were pretty much irrelevant. the contents were pretty jumbled up and i don't see much point and purpose of the story being written. -2: um, i mostly don't know how to feel about this. but I'm bordering on a 'nah' on this one. -3: there's potential but it's not used. bordering between a below average to a close average/pass. -4: mediocre. average, but getting there. a score of 4 or more is already considered to be an achievement, in my opinion. i've seen some pretty angry, critical reviews made of his book as a whole which isn't completely wrong but i feel that these stories demonstrate how the author's ability shouldn't be completely undermined. -5: good! i like it. maybe a few tweaks here and there but otherwise, well done! -6: one of my favourites. pretty damn good. these are the stories YOU need to read! b) scare factor (0-4) *DISCLAIMER*: my rating is pretty simplified in terms of how scary a story can be. i don't like to complicate things either, so i've more or less decided to go for a shorter scale compared to the story content scale. i have also decided to exclude 'this Page is left intentionally blank' from my review as the author had said in the preface, it was meant to be a light story just placed in there for a change of mood. having to give it a 0 on the scare factor wouldn't be too fair as well, hence another reason for the exclusion. -0: is this even considered to be horror? sir, you can’t be serious. i mean, this is probably on par with a kid’s show or something. -1: little to no scare. -2: slight chills, could have been scary if developed more. nonetheless, the chills are there. -3: creepy. now this is what I consider as horror! -4: this is the real deal. chills, goosebumps… i actually had to look behind my back after reading this. although it’s unfortunate that this score is extremely rare as you’ll see later on. c) grade (just like your exam results) 80-100 A 70-79 B 60-69 C 50-59 D 40-49 E <40 BLACKLISTED AND BANNED. nope, nope, nope. never reading these stories ever again in my life. with the explanation of the ranking systems done, we’re good to go. i hereby present you the final ranking from best to worst. night of the pontianak 100% 6/6+4/4 (A) ladiah 95% 6/6+3.5/4 (A) mr petronas 90% 6/6+3/4 (A) strangling the soul 75% 4.5/6+3/4 (B) malay magick 70% 5/6+2/4 (B) plane load 60% 5/6+1/4 (C) the woman who grew horns 55% 4.5/6+1/4 (D) a sister’s tale 55% 4.5/6+1/4 (D) biggest baddest bomoh 50% 3/6+2/4 (D) watching the doll 40% 3/6+1/4 (E) the width of a circle 40% 4/6+0/4 (E) a labor day weekend 30% 2/6+1/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) four numbers for eric kwok 30% 2/6+1/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) the rape of martha teoh 20% 1/6+1/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) mr insurance man 10% 1/6+0/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) gravedigger’s kiss 10% 1/6+0/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) the laughing buddha 0% 0/6+0/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) 44 cemetery road 0% 0/6+0/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) haunted apartment 0% 0/6+0/4 (BLACKLISTED AND BANNED) i cannot stress enough on how difficult it was to seriously rank the last three stories on this list. i understand they all scored a big fat zero but the stories were just so terrible i couldn’t and didn’t know which was the ultimate WORST. finally, i decided to leave haunted apartment as the last on the list. that’s the only title this story is going to get. choosing the BEST story was a far easier process. even from the first time i read this collection, i already knew night of the pontianak was already going to be top on the list. i actually love ladiah just the same but because the story doesn’t actually focus on real classic scares, i decided to leave it this way for the sake of this review. overall, the collection of short stories get a total score of 830/1900 which is a 43.7%. barely reaching a grade E there but better than getting BLACKLISTED AND BANNED.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Farhah Fadzli

    I personally liked two story from all of the titles; The haunted apartment and A sister's tale That particular story has some good values and story line in it, but the rest are pretty much the same, 'hackneyed' stories. Though I can't really follow on some of the stories (I had to read it a couple of times even when I knew what the whole picture is); for instance, 'The rape of Martha Teoh' and 'The laughing Buddha'. Overall, there was a lot of 18SXes (not that its super, super obvious), murder, gru I personally liked two story from all of the titles; The haunted apartment and A sister's tale That particular story has some good values and story line in it, but the rest are pretty much the same, 'hackneyed' stories. Though I can't really follow on some of the stories (I had to read it a couple of times even when I knew what the whole picture is); for instance, 'The rape of Martha Teoh' and 'The laughing Buddha'. Overall, there was a lot of 18SXes (not that its super, super obvious), murder, grudge, and of course, the 'legendary ghosts'. Great for those who loves the typical Malay horror stories. P.S.: I'm hoping to see some "ah, that's much better!" on the second book

  23. 5 out of 5

    Albert

    I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join. I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alia Azhar

    I'm giving it 5 stars because it literally lived up to it's title. In it are the most horrible things I have ever read. I'm not exaggerating or anything but this changed my life and some of the stories I have read stays with me till this day. It wasn't scary or anything it was just plain horrible ( in a good way i guess) I'm giving it 5 stars because it literally lived up to it's title. In it are the most horrible things I have ever read. I'm not exaggerating or anything but this changed my life and some of the stories I have read stays with me till this day. It wasn't scary or anything it was just plain horrible ( in a good way i guess)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Goh Jiayin

    So I've decided to give this publisher another try.. and again to be disappointed. Not as bad as my first try but not as good that I will recommend to a friend. What he meant by horror stories include those stories that is scary and could happen to anyone. But mostly is supernatural stories and they are not scary. Maybe a little tensed for a few but mostly meh... So I've decided to give this publisher another try.. and again to be disappointed. Not as bad as my first try but not as good that I will recommend to a friend. What he meant by horror stories include those stories that is scary and could happen to anyone. But mostly is supernatural stories and they are not scary. Maybe a little tensed for a few but mostly meh...

  26. 4 out of 5

    Neeza Zaini

    A compilation of short stories. Not scary at all but they are quite interesting, reminded me to the Steven Spielberg's The Amazing Stories TV series. Even though most stories have predictable ending but I still enjoyed reading it. I give 4 stars as this book did entertain me. A compilation of short stories. Not scary at all but they are quite interesting, reminded me to the Steven Spielberg's The Amazing Stories TV series. Even though most stories have predictable ending but I still enjoyed reading it. I give 4 stars as this book did entertain me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ubi

    The cover is the first thing i saw and i was attracted. I read, the writings was good but the story is so-so. The bomoh and pontianak are good enough to make me going. I lost interest in the middle but determined to finish it so i rest between the stories. Yeah, i made it!! Finished

  28. 5 out of 5

    Suzzane Dickman

    Where do I begin...? This book is a compilation of 20 kampung horror stories retold as modern ghost ones. The author lacks creativity and alot of his writing seems almost childish. You are better off reading creepypastas on the internet then picking this up.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zulashraf

    Truly forgettable - when I finished the last page I could not even remember one memorable short story the the book offered. Uninspiring, devoid of charm, and laughably not a horror anthology. Tunku Halim isn't the Prince of Darkness, more like the Joke of Malaysia. Truly forgettable - when I finished the last page I could not even remember one memorable short story the the book offered. Uninspiring, devoid of charm, and laughably not a horror anthology. Tunku Halim isn't the Prince of Darkness, more like the Joke of Malaysia.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Meor Cavalera

    scary as hell scary ass fuck, shit i'm shitting on my pantz now scary as hell scary ass fuck, shit i'm shitting on my pantz now

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