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Welcome the dreadful cold of terror with 13 original stories by Brenden Dean. Bring a blanket, huddle around the fire, and try to keep warm as you encounter psychotic abductors, deadly spirits and demons of the woods. When They Come Alone - One man's Halloween ritual is far more vicious than it seems. His playful prank is a mask for something more. A Monster in his Clo Welcome the dreadful cold of terror with 13 original stories by Brenden Dean. Bring a blanket, huddle around the fire, and try to keep warm as you encounter psychotic abductors, deadly spirits and demons of the woods. When They Come Alone - One man's Halloween ritual is far more vicious than it seems. His playful prank is a mask for something more. A Monster in his Closet - A boy is troubled by something in his closet. But, as we will soon see, there is no monster in his closet. Eat Your Heart Out - A quarreling lesbian couple's camping trip goes awry. They may not survive the night when something intrudes in the night. Meet Me at the Looking Tree - A tragic tale of two boys, a towering tree, and a new pair of binoculars. When one of them goes missing, the other's life will never be the same. The Deer Cam - An avid hunter's first hunt of the season turns horrific when noises send him running home. The terror is not over when noises accompany his sleep. What Mustn't be Seen - One night, a boy hears his next door neighbor's home being invaded. But what he witnesses is much worse than a couple of thieves. He Who Waits - Ever since childhood, a girl is constantly watched by a suited man just outside her home. Nobody else can see him. Later in life, a tragedy shows the man's dreadful intentions. The Orb - A metallic, glowing sphere lands in a small town, and those who come close to it are flooded with euphoric visions. Those who touch it disappear in a flash. But unknown horrors await them on the other side. The Way of the World - A wealthy man invites a beggar over for dinner, but the menu may not be to his liking. You Should've Opened the Door - A lonely woman hears news of an escaped killer. That night, the strange knocking begins. Forgetful - A man awaits much needed sleep. But he soon realizes he has forgotten a few routine things. One of which may cost him his life. Sensations - A little girl enjoys spending the night at her grandparents, save for the fact that something visits her at night. Soon, she will learn the horrid truth of the sensations she feels at night. A Stranger's Approach - A distraught woman is having enough trouble affording life when a stranger begins to follow her. Quickly, the stalking becomes too much, and a fateful climax ensues. What people are saying about Brenden Dean's works - “Beautifully written. Absolutely amazing.” –David B. “Holy s***. That was amazing.” -Jacob S. “Now that’s how you write a f****** twist.” -Stefan T. “There’s a lot of good stories out there, but [When They Come Alone] is great.” -Fredrick H. “. . . It's very well written and personable. High praise.” -R. Bowers “F****** amazing. I love it.” -Paula M. “Oh, this is the first thing I’ve read on /r/NoSleep that actually freaked me out. Good job. Good f****** job.” -Cassie A. “Wow. Holy s***. . . The ending really got me.” -Bradley S. "This is probably the saddest story I’ve ever read on /r/NoSleep. God damn, made me cry even.


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Welcome the dreadful cold of terror with 13 original stories by Brenden Dean. Bring a blanket, huddle around the fire, and try to keep warm as you encounter psychotic abductors, deadly spirits and demons of the woods. When They Come Alone - One man's Halloween ritual is far more vicious than it seems. His playful prank is a mask for something more. A Monster in his Clo Welcome the dreadful cold of terror with 13 original stories by Brenden Dean. Bring a blanket, huddle around the fire, and try to keep warm as you encounter psychotic abductors, deadly spirits and demons of the woods. When They Come Alone - One man's Halloween ritual is far more vicious than it seems. His playful prank is a mask for something more. A Monster in his Closet - A boy is troubled by something in his closet. But, as we will soon see, there is no monster in his closet. Eat Your Heart Out - A quarreling lesbian couple's camping trip goes awry. They may not survive the night when something intrudes in the night. Meet Me at the Looking Tree - A tragic tale of two boys, a towering tree, and a new pair of binoculars. When one of them goes missing, the other's life will never be the same. The Deer Cam - An avid hunter's first hunt of the season turns horrific when noises send him running home. The terror is not over when noises accompany his sleep. What Mustn't be Seen - One night, a boy hears his next door neighbor's home being invaded. But what he witnesses is much worse than a couple of thieves. He Who Waits - Ever since childhood, a girl is constantly watched by a suited man just outside her home. Nobody else can see him. Later in life, a tragedy shows the man's dreadful intentions. The Orb - A metallic, glowing sphere lands in a small town, and those who come close to it are flooded with euphoric visions. Those who touch it disappear in a flash. But unknown horrors await them on the other side. The Way of the World - A wealthy man invites a beggar over for dinner, but the menu may not be to his liking. You Should've Opened the Door - A lonely woman hears news of an escaped killer. That night, the strange knocking begins. Forgetful - A man awaits much needed sleep. But he soon realizes he has forgotten a few routine things. One of which may cost him his life. Sensations - A little girl enjoys spending the night at her grandparents, save for the fact that something visits her at night. Soon, she will learn the horrid truth of the sensations she feels at night. A Stranger's Approach - A distraught woman is having enough trouble affording life when a stranger begins to follow her. Quickly, the stalking becomes too much, and a fateful climax ensues. What people are saying about Brenden Dean's works - “Beautifully written. Absolutely amazing.” –David B. “Holy s***. That was amazing.” -Jacob S. “Now that’s how you write a f****** twist.” -Stefan T. “There’s a lot of good stories out there, but [When They Come Alone] is great.” -Fredrick H. “. . . It's very well written and personable. High praise.” -R. Bowers “F****** amazing. I love it.” -Paula M. “Oh, this is the first thing I’ve read on /r/NoSleep that actually freaked me out. Good job. Good f****** job.” -Cassie A. “Wow. Holy s***. . . The ending really got me.” -Bradley S. "This is probably the saddest story I’ve ever read on /r/NoSleep. God damn, made me cry even.

30 review for Thirteen Degrees: 13 Scary Stories and Tales of Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mcf1nder_sk

    Thirt3en Degrees is a small collection of gore-filled, profanity-laced, fun-to-read horror for all fans of the genre. Some of these short stories are really short (2 pages), but the vast majority of them don't need a lot of pages to hit you with a twist ending that will throw you for a loop. The book is short, but a enjoyable read nonetheless. Thirt3en Degrees is a small collection of gore-filled, profanity-laced, fun-to-read horror for all fans of the genre. Some of these short stories are really short (2 pages), but the vast majority of them don't need a lot of pages to hit you with a twist ending that will throw you for a loop. The book is short, but a enjoyable read nonetheless.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Pease

    This was a good book,some stories were sad, as well as horrible Others were gross, an some got you at the end.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cher riley

    Good book Good stories ,really liked them.Will be reading more books by this writer.Keep writing this type of stories ,and I'll keep reading ! Good book Good stories ,really liked them.Will be reading more books by this writer.Keep writing this type of stories ,and I'll keep reading !

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sabrena Patterson

    Meh This was not worth the money. Most of these stories were predictable. Maybe I'm jaded because I'm an avid reader but this just wasn't that good of a collection. Meh This was not worth the money. Most of these stories were predictable. Maybe I'm jaded because I'm an avid reader but this just wasn't that good of a collection.

  5. 4 out of 5

    wendy elliott

    Keeps you reading for more. Had hard time putting it down. Keeps you reading for more. Had a hard time putting it down. Wish had more stories. Some of them could have had more.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Fett

    Not scary Worst horror stories ever written. Very predictable, often go on much longer than necessary, and very uninspired. Too many focus on something "too terrifying to describe" and end with some claw grabbing someone. How can you have a book about 13 scary stories when 7 of th are the same story with a different character? Just poor writing. Not scary Worst horror stories ever written. Very predictable, often go on much longer than necessary, and very uninspired. Too many focus on something "too terrifying to describe" and end with some claw grabbing someone. How can you have a book about 13 scary stories when 7 of th are the same story with a different character? Just poor writing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Andretta Schellinger

    Full review at fangfreakintasticreviews.com So as you can see they are all creepy, one made me laugh like a good horror story should, and one almost made me cry. Overall the author was able to envoke every emotion that I had other than maybe anger and joy, but you know, not everyone can be perfect :P.

  8. 4 out of 5

    kozettekaysmith

    Awesome A Great Book of Horror Well done Mr Dean, your stories are some of the best scary stuff I've read so far. I am a big fan of yours and hope to find more of your work. This was my second book of short stories and for you readers this Author can creep you out!!!! kozetteksmith Awesome A Great Book of Horror Well done Mr Dean, your stories are some of the best scary stuff I've read so far. I am a big fan of yours and hope to find more of your work. This was my second book of short stories and for you readers this Author can creep you out!!!! kozetteksmith

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lorie Adkins

    thirteen degrees 4 stars this was a really good selection of horror stories i especially liked when the stories were told from a childs point of view. a child can imagine more gruesome monsters than any movie ever will.

  10. 4 out of 5

    jean jones

    Not scary This was not at all scary a bit thought provoking maybe.Shame really I fancied a bit of scaryness . On the whole passable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tobie

    Nice read for short stories before bed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine

    Unfortunately my copy is missing about every third page.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Delores Roberts

    Awesome Book This book is absolutely awesome I started reading it and couldn't put it down I would defiantly recommend this book Awesome Book This book is absolutely awesome I started reading it and couldn't put it down I would defiantly recommend this book

  14. 5 out of 5

    ron yukl

    Hohum Very boring not a single frightening tale to be found. Very amateurish story telling. I wouldn't purchase another book by this author even at 99 cents! Hohum Very boring not a single frightening tale to be found. Very amateurish story telling. I wouldn't purchase another book by this author even at 99 cents!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aishwarya

    I wouldn't really say it was "scary" as the endings were predictable. I had the feeling that many of them had the same storyline but with different characters. I wouldn't really say it was "scary" as the endings were predictable. I had the feeling that many of them had the same storyline but with different characters.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    Short but chilling affect I'm a big horror book fan so you can guess I've read it all. Nothing more scary than the "the end?" Type tales such as this. Short but chilling affect I'm a big horror book fan so you can guess I've read it all. Nothing more scary than the "the end?" Type tales such as this.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Richard Miles

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Curtner

  19. 5 out of 5

    Meg

  20. 5 out of 5

    lisa brock

  21. 4 out of 5

    Donna

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tasha Williams

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stephania

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

  25. 5 out of 5

    rebecca lou

  26. 5 out of 5

    Russ

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lydia Chodnicki

  28. 4 out of 5

    Wayland Nutting

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra Godfrey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tessa

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