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The first book in a new series of mini-anthologies brought to you by KJK Publishing. Featuring stories by Amy Cross, Mike Duke, Matthew Brockmeyer, Lex H. Jones, J.C. Michael and Kevin J. Kennedy.


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The first book in a new series of mini-anthologies brought to you by KJK Publishing. Featuring stories by Amy Cross, Mike Duke, Matthew Brockmeyer, Lex H. Jones, J.C. Michael and Kevin J. Kennedy.

30 review for The Horror Collection: Gold Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne Davies

    As soon as I know there is a new anthology from KJK Publishing I will pre-order regardless of the theme. The Paperboy by Amy Cross: As the paper is being delivered, one resident has an unhealthy obsession with his paperboy. Will seeing his eyes explain what’s going on? The descriptive style has you wondering what exactly had happened to the resident and was is he obsessed with the paperboy’s eyes. It is not till the end do you find out what exactly happened. The Man who Lost Paradise by JC Michae As soon as I know there is a new anthology from KJK Publishing I will pre-order regardless of the theme. The Paperboy by Amy Cross: As the paper is being delivered, one resident has an unhealthy obsession with his paperboy. Will seeing his eyes explain what’s going on? The descriptive style has you wondering what exactly had happened to the resident and was is he obsessed with the paperboy’s eyes. It is not till the end do you find out what exactly happened. The Man who Lost Paradise by JC Michael: A drug addict is hunting for the ultimate fix, but what he has to do is worse than Hell. This story does not romanticise drug taking, it shows just how bad it can be. The main character had no qualms of doing what he wanted to, to get his next fix and due to his circumstances found it all too easy. However, halfway through the story, I actually started to feel sorry for him and I could understand what he wanted to achieve. The September Laments of Annaleigh by Matthew Brockmeyer: A family trying to survive living in the wilderness. From the start this had a dystopian feel, a family living off the land and eating what they catch, but as the story continues you soon realise that there is something not right with them. Think of the families in all your favourite horror films, but it’s not just the family that you need to worry about but what is kept in the sty. Flesh by Kevin J Kennedy: Two tribes have learnt to adapt by living underground. As I was reading this I was imagining the Morlock. Whilst you think this is a story about cannibalism, the dead have a unique way of fighting back. As the story is set underground it has a claustrophobic feel to it and that all is lost. At Peace Now? By Lex H Jones: Ethan has important news for everyone. As you start this story this feels like a quest in an epic fantasy. Scattered throughout is the story behind him being there. Not much is known about the creature who is following him, but it all comes dangerously clear at the end. Ghost Train by Mike Duke: A train crashing into a school bus killing many, triggered regular hauntings. Years on people are still talking about the ghostly train. Now four boys want to see if the stories are true. The bond between the four boys was as strong as brothers. When one of them was in danger whether it was from bullies or the train, they all fought together. This is a coming of age story with a great ending. As this book has 6 stories, I read it pretty quickly and I need to congratulate KJK on another good author selection. Without a theme, there is a good mixture of horror and whilst I still had a favourite, I enjoyed reading them all. I’m looking forward to what will come next from KJK publishing

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christine Dunne

    Great Looking forward to the next in this series scary short stories are wonderful 😅thank you for the break from long novels

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rose Aitken

    What a book! Oh wow what a book this is. Great for halloween and full of everything from teenagers to flesh eating zombies. There are some very interesting themes here too especially the second story. Most are fairly short but two are a bit longer. Just leave a light on once you finish.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Erica Metcalf

    The Horror Collection: Gold Edition is yet another awesome collection of tales that had a story for all types of horror fans; from light horror to heartbreaking and gore filled! This collection was so much fun! In this collection, Flesh by Kevin J. Kennedy and Ghost Train by Mike Duke were my two favorites. Per usual, here are my quick breakdowns and reactions for each story that was included. The Paperboy by Amy Cross – 4/5 Oh gosh! What an intense loop! I usually hate repetition, but in this case The Horror Collection: Gold Edition is yet another awesome collection of tales that had a story for all types of horror fans; from light horror to heartbreaking and gore filled! This collection was so much fun! In this collection, Flesh by Kevin J. Kennedy and Ghost Train by Mike Duke were my two favorites. Per usual, here are my quick breakdowns and reactions for each story that was included. The Paperboy by Amy Cross – 4/5 Oh gosh! What an intense loop! I usually hate repetition, but in this case it made the story that much more suspenseful. The obsession with the adult seeing the paperboys eyes was certainly intriguing. I was definitely left wondering what happened after the hat was lifted… and what’s up with all the wounds? The Man Who Lost Paradise by J.C. Michael -2/5 Woah. What an interesting take on addiction! I liked the possession element to this, but I’m personally not a fan of stories that center around addiction. It was wonderfully written, just not for me. The September Laments of Annaleigh by Matthew Brockmeyer – 3/5 Jeeze! What a messed up little family. And what in the world were those critters bred for?! Flesh by Kevin J. Kennedy – 5/5 Ever wonder what would happen if a family lived away from the public, in a cave that over the years, has the ability to change them into lizard-like creatures? Oh goodness!! This certainly made me was to go read The Tale of Sawney Bean again! I loved that this one picked up a time after that book ended. I had been wondering how the family may have fared in later years… What an interesting storyline! I loved the zombie element! At Peace Now? by Lex H Jones – 4/5 Phew! What an intense tale right from the start! The afterlife is such an interesting thing. I love seeing the different settings that people come up with! I certainly wouldn’t want to end up in this one! Ghost Train by Mike Duke – 5/5 Oh my goodness. That first scene was brutal. Thoughts of anyone getting into an accident with a train is horrific. But kids? So horrible! I felt bad for the kid that was supposed to be on the bus that day as well! Then we jump to when that kid is all grown up and has a kid of his own named Billy. Billy and his friends want to go see the rumored ghost train… of course that sets off a tale of mystery and determination to get their friends back. My Final Thoughts: I read this while on an early morning flight from Boston to Phoenix and I was totally drawn in. Thank goodness too, because I hate flying! This helped pass the time wonderfully!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Teri Perez

    Surprised by how good this was! I went in with no expectations and I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed every story in the book. I loved how the stories took ideas and made them into something new. A fresh view is always good!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jim Coniglio

    Just one week after the release of COLLECTED CHRISTMAS HORROR SHORTS VOL.II, KJK Publishing unleashes another anthology book. This anthology consists of 6 stories. Unlike the last collection, this anthology has no set theme. All the stories range in topic and scope. Kevin J. Kennedy has once again pulled togther some amazing talent to fill the pages. Let's take a look inside. THE PAPERBOY by Amy Cross One womans obsession with her paperboy boy could lead to a much darker and horrifying truth. THE Just one week after the release of COLLECTED CHRISTMAS HORROR SHORTS VOL.II, KJK Publishing unleashes another anthology book. This anthology consists of 6 stories. Unlike the last collection, this anthology has no set theme. All the stories range in topic and scope. Kevin J. Kennedy has once again pulled togther some amazing talent to fill the pages. Let's take a look inside. THE PAPERBOY by Amy Cross One womans obsession with her paperboy boy could lead to a much darker and horrifying truth. THE MAN WHO LOST PARADISE by J.C. Michael An addict finds a ay to cheat damnation, but what he must do to stay on this plane could be worse than his final fate. This is really a great story. It's a horror story, but also a look at the downfall and loss caused by addiction. THE SEPTEMBER LAMENTS OF ANNALEIGH by Matthew Brockmeyer A backwoods family living in the mountains keep a dark and monstrous secret in their animal pens. FLESH by Kevin J Kennedy What more could you ask for, Subterranean Dwellers vs Zombies. 'nuff said! AT PEACE NOW by Lex H. Jones A Beast is loose in Heaven and it's path of destruction will effect both the living and the dead. GHOST TRAIN by Mike Duke Years ago there was a horrible train accident that left a small town in shock. Now four friends venture out to see the fabled Ghost Train as it travels it's ill-fated route. Another great story. This is a coming of age story type story reminiscent of Stranger Things or Stand By Me. The author keeps the tension rolling and closes the story with a bang. This was an overall entertaining collection and at 133 pages makes for a nice weekend read. I look forward to the next installment of this new mini-anthology series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jim Glover

    Damn!! It’s no big secret that I am a fan of Kevin j Kennedy and his anthologies. This one is no different. I love every story so well written. The last story was my favorite by Michael Duke, but every one of them were fantastic. Can’t get enough of these!!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    alice(noreen alice law)

    I enjoyed many of the stories in this anthology. I used to read novels,novellas and a few years ago I was introduced to my first anthology. The appreciation I have for anthologies are because each story is part of a spectrum that ranges from entertaining, groaners, to those that make you think,those that make you think of the possibilities,even those that make you cringe. This is worth the investment of time,not just money bc you can always make/get more money yet when you invest your time in a b I enjoyed many of the stories in this anthology. I used to read novels,novellas and a few years ago I was introduced to my first anthology. The appreciation I have for anthologies are because each story is part of a spectrum that ranges from entertaining, groaners, to those that make you think,those that make you think of the possibilities,even those that make you cringe. This is worth the investment of time,not just money bc you can always make/get more money yet when you invest your time in a book it's something special.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wanda

    Very Good Collection The stories in this one were pretty good, really kept my interest piqued. I enjoyed them all, although the one with the critters was a little off.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Book lover

    Great collection Amazing collection with interesting twists of stories about zombies, the afterlife, evolution, etc. A must read book for sci-fi and horror fans.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Pease

    A mix-bag of tales to get your imagination juices flowing!! 😱 I just finished this #1 installment , seems like a blur🙁, only a few stories ggrabbed me, , yet I am still going to finish the series😰‼I really liked the story about the 👻🚆‼

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rose Haskins

    WOW This collection of short stories are quite the read. Amy Cross is one of the authors, and she writes a confusing one about a paper boy and an old man. Still haven't figured it out.

  13. 4 out of 5

    TAMMY WRIGHT

    THC Book 1 Ok book. Some stories not that scary, then three or four that really kept you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what was going to happen next..😱

  14. 5 out of 5

    cassandra Fleming

    The horror collection I choose this book as it has good reviews. I enjoyed most of the stories but it wasn't anything special. Just not for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kevin keim

    It was ok Good read. Will try some mire from this author. I read it in two days so it keeps you interested

  16. 4 out of 5

    D.

    Interesting I really enjoyed this book. All the stories except a few where really good otherwise I would have given it 5 stars.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia Ford

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsay

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kelli

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hugh E. Mardis

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kim Napolitano

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bryan Moyer

  23. 4 out of 5

    Pooja Pai

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jessika Uhl

  25. 4 out of 5

    Trudie Johnson

  26. 4 out of 5

    MaryEllen Russell

  27. 5 out of 5

    Karen Rotter

  28. 4 out of 5

    Darrian King

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jim Rubera

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ralph Touch

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