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Aphotic Realm Presents Appalachian Horror. The woods have many secrets, but uprooting them has its consequences. Take a trip through America's backyard with eight strange and sinister tales of Appalachia! Aphotic Realm Presents Appalachian Horror. The woods have many secrets, but uprooting them has its consequences. Take a trip through America's backyard with eight strange and sinister tales of Appalachia!


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Aphotic Realm Presents Appalachian Horror. The woods have many secrets, but uprooting them has its consequences. Take a trip through America's backyard with eight strange and sinister tales of Appalachia! Aphotic Realm Presents Appalachian Horror. The woods have many secrets, but uprooting them has its consequences. Take a trip through America's backyard with eight strange and sinister tales of Appalachia!

30 review for Appalachian Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    This anthology provides you with 8 nightmarish off-trail stories through the Appalachian countryside. You follow lost hikers and see a mysterious yellow tent. In Chamlett a young photographer takes too close a look at 'ghost sang' (my favourite in here). Johnny and Drew learn what family really is about when they slide from summer to winter. Summer Price tries to rescue a disabled and mistreated hick girl with decisive consequences for her well-being. The home of a rural family is bewitched by t This anthology provides you with 8 nightmarish off-trail stories through the Appalachian countryside. You follow lost hikers and see a mysterious yellow tent. In Chamlett a young photographer takes too close a look at 'ghost sang' (my favourite in here). Johnny and Drew learn what family really is about when they slide from summer to winter. Summer Price tries to rescue a disabled and mistreated hick girl with decisive consequences for her well-being. The home of a rural family is bewitched by the grandmother. Joel needs a new young female for a ritual. Good that he's a hotel clerk. At the end you'll find a kind of diary written by a man named Alan who lost his wife. He's doing the planned trip alone now and is slightly going mad in the forrest... With this anthology in mind you will have another view on the Appalachians! Recommended.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Luís

    I liked most of the stories around this work, though that's a topic I'm not usually trending to read. I liked most of the stories around this work, though that's a topic I'm not usually trending to read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Latasha

    3.5 stars Each story was different, unique and original. i liked all the stories but my 2 favorites were Blood is Thicker and Braids like Roots. In "End Trails"- Two guys get lost in the Appalachian wilderness. This story had a great WTF scene but was rather vague. I didn't mind though. 3 🌟" "The Ghost Sang"- A photographer from the city wants to do a piece on the poor of Appalachia Kentucky. But she gets an offer to see something even better. Ghost Ginseng. 2 stars. "Blood is always thicker"- 3.5 stars Each story was different, unique and original. i liked all the stories but my 2 favorites were Blood is Thicker and Braids like Roots. In "End Trails"- Two guys get lost in the Appalachian wilderness. This story had a great WTF scene but was rather vague. I didn't mind though. 3 🌟" "The Ghost Sang"- A photographer from the city wants to do a piece on the poor of Appalachia Kentucky. But she gets an offer to see something even better. Ghost Ginseng. 2 stars. "Blood is always thicker"- They have heard the tales all their lives. After agreeing to a bet, our 2 main characters head into the haunted woods. They do find what is haunting these woods. 4 star. "The Town of Afurisit- I'm sure to people outside the region, the ways of the Appalachian people are strange and seem ancient. That is exactly what happens when a student is sent to the town of Afurisit for an assignment. She is aghast at what she sees and tries to make it right but sometimes things are not what they appear and there is a reason things are done as they are. 3.5 stars" "The Bend"- After the dead start appearing on his farm, farmer uses them to deal with the a mysterious shepherd of the dead. 3.5 ⭐ "Braids like roots"- This is your folkloric witch story. 4 ⭐ "Trespassers"- a high maintenance girl on vacation decides to hike to a haunted settlement in the woods. Tales of ghost, witchcraft and satanism surround the place but she still wants to go. Well, she finds what she's looking for. 3🌟 "Hemlock Winds"- After the death of his wife, Alan decides to hike the Appalachian trail. His sister gives him a journal so he can keep it while on the trail. they will read and reflect on it after he comes home. A great tale of a man's descent into madness. 4 ⭐

  4. 4 out of 5

    S.J. Budd

    I just love reading horror anthologies, especially themed ones. I'd just finished with Crystal Lake's Welcome to the Show, themed around a legendary music venue in San Francisco which blew me away. Appalachian Horror from Bo Chapell and Aphotic which followed next had a lot to live up to. Appalachian Horror is themed around well, Appalachian Horror. For those of you who don't know, Appalachia is a region stretching from New York to Georgia. It's famed for the Appalachian trail which people hike a I just love reading horror anthologies, especially themed ones. I'd just finished with Crystal Lake's Welcome to the Show, themed around a legendary music venue in San Francisco which blew me away. Appalachian Horror from Bo Chapell and Aphotic which followed next had a lot to live up to. Appalachian Horror is themed around well, Appalachian Horror. For those of you who don't know, Appalachia is a region stretching from New York to Georgia. It's famed for the Appalachian trail which people hike across. The area has long been a source of myths and legends which have been passed down the generations from the early settlers. It's home to Bigfoot, eerie lights, moon-eyed people, witches, monsters and many many ghosts. A perfect setting for horror to take place. (click here for more info) This anthology is comprised of 8 tales with a lot of recognisable names from the indie horror scene. Whilst reading this, I was really reminded of The Ritual by Adam Nevill. A brilliant book I urge you to read at once.It's based around four old friends hiking in the Swedish forests where they ultimately get lost and find themselves becoming hunted. I really enjoyed this anthology, there wasn't even one story that I didn't care for and ended up reading this in one go as it was so good. Enjoy! End Trails by John Morgan Hands down this was my favourite tale and was such a powerful opener for the anthology. It was really creepy and told in such a powerful way. In fact I reads this twice straightaway as I loved it so much. Two friends Merlin and Nugget get lost on the Appalachian Trail when they realise they are being followed... The Ghost Sang by Jeffery X Martin Robin, a free lance photographer arrives in Chamlett to document the poverty in Appalachia hoping to make a quick buck. There she meets a farmer whop is somehow thriving whilst the town around him falls to ruin. A really well written creepy tale. The plot is really original which builds up to a surprising ending. Blood is Always Thicker by Tony Evans Two friends embark on a hunting mission. Having no luck out in the open they decide to go into the forest near Stepp Branch which was once home to a notorious witch who once plagued the land. However it was all a long time ago there's no way she could still be alive. This is one of those tales where you want to scream at the main characters to stop and turn around but of course it's no use. This was a super dark folk horror tale with a wicked ending. The Town of Afurisit by Charity Langley I had no idea where this tale was going to go making it a really thrilling read. Can't wait to read more by this author. Summer Price has been selected by her tutor to a free mini break deep in Appalachia. She has a paper due on the history of the region and she has no idea how she is going to pass it. She's hoping a break there will provide her with some much needed answers. The Bend by C.W.Blackwell A father living out in the wild with his daughter knows trouble is ahead when he starts finding dead bodies on his farm. Trouble is they won't stay still. There's a great sense of foreboding danger to this tale which just gets darker and darker as the tale progresses. It will pull at your hear strings as much as it will scare you. Brains, Like Roots by Damascus Mincemeyer The events of what took place many years ago are finally recounted by a son trying to explain what happened to his family one fateful summer. Another one of my faves the events all weave together perfectly and the ending is amazing. Trespasser by Renee Miller I've read a lot by Renee and was really excited to see she had a story in here. Like with her longer tales Eat the Rich and Church her dark dark sense of humour is present, making her stories really creepy and plausible. Carly takes a break in Appalachia after a bad break-up. She's broken-hearted but she's not going to spend her vacation lying in bed and feeling sorry for herself. She wants to explore the reportedly cursed ghost town nearby despite the warnings. Hemlock Winds by Shawn Lachance Friends and family of Alan thought it would do him the world of good to go hiking on the Appalachian Trail after the death of his beloved wife, Julia. They hope he'll find himself and come back to them as he once was... Before he embarks, Alan's brother gifts him with a journal to take with him so that they can read through it together upon his return. Little did he know that reading that journal will be the hardest thing he's ever had to do, but he needs to if he's ever to know what really happened out there.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Well Read Beard

    Look, I am just going to lay this out for you nice and clear like. You best just drive on through. These are our mountains and our streams and we don't take to kindly to outsiders. So stop off I75 and make sure you top off the tank before you head towards these hills because you don't want any kind of car trouble out here. We like to keep big city where big city belongs. There are hollers with one way in and one way out and me and my kin ain't as stupid as you think we are. We got us a whole 'no Look, I am just going to lay this out for you nice and clear like. You best just drive on through. These are our mountains and our streams and we don't take to kindly to outsiders. So stop off I75 and make sure you top off the tank before you head towards these hills because you don't want any kind of car trouble out here. We like to keep big city where big city belongs. There are hollers with one way in and one way out and me and my kin ain't as stupid as you think we are. We got us a whole 'nother kind a learnin' down here. We know exactly how to disable your vehicle and we know the exact cuts to make to peel the skin right off a deer. There's mine shafts and ravines up here that don't ever see the light of day. There ain't no Starbucks and them scenic overlooks ain't for you. We got our family and we got Jesus and we know the quickest way to send you to heaven or hell. So yeah, it would probably be better if you just drove on through. Alright, I had a little fun there. I live right on the edge of Appalachia, and if I drive a bit south and east my rolling hills start to turn into mountains. Loved the idea of a book of nothing but Appalachian horror stories. Every single author in this book, including the editor, were new to me and I enjoyed all of them. Every story in here would have been 3 stars or better on their own. There wasn't a bad story in the lot. This book has 8 different tales told across roughly 150 pages and the characters are as dark and dangerous as the rugged terrain. 1. End Trails - John Morgan - a couple of hikers are lost, off trail and this phantom tent keeps showing up every morning. 2. The Ghost Sang - Jeffrey X Martin - a photojournalist is on assignment to capture the decaying small towns of Appalachia, a local ginseng tycoon has something to show her. 3. Blood Is Always Thicker - Tony Evans - 2 squirrel hunters venture into the "wrong holler" to try to find some fresh land to hunt. You can choose your friends but you can't choose your kin. 4.The Town Of Alfurist - Charity Langley - a girl is sent out to a remote inn to research a paper on Appalachian culture, deeply religious tones to this one. All that good speaking in tongues and snake handling. She meets Lidernia, a mysterious young mute girl who can't talk but can sing like an angel. 5. The Bend - CW Blackwell - a shepherd of the dead so to speak. Zombies? Stray "sheep" keep turning up on a local farmer's land. He keeps the strays in the cellar with the idea of exchanging them with the shepherd for his family. 6. Braids Like Roots - Damascus Mincemeyer - a tree in need of removal threatens to fall on the crops. The farmer wants to remove it, but this tree has a mystical witchy importance. Witchy shapeshifty creepiness. 7. Tresspasser - Renee Miller - a visitor to the region is looking for something to do. Sets out to explore an abandoned mysterious village up in the holler. 8. Hemlock Winds - Shawn LaChance - probably the prettiest story, the one with the most feels. Alan has lost his wife and sets out on a trek in to the mountains to find himself. He journals his experience and we are being told this story through his sister reading his "found" journal. If I had to pick a top 3? 3. Blood Is Always Thicker 2. The Ghost Sang 1. The Town Of Alfurist Superbly enjoyable collection. Frightening representation of the Appalachian region. Refreshing and fun experience with "new to me" authors.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    Are you afraid of getting lost in the woods? Do you fear what might be lurking out in the darkness beyond those hanging limbs just on the edge of your vision? And when I say the woods I'm not talking about that copse of trees in your suburban backyard. I'm talking about the woods. A forest. Hundreds upon thousands of acres of sprawling untamed wilderness. A place where if you get turned around there may be no finding your way back. So grab your gear, stick to the trail, and let's trek into the w Are you afraid of getting lost in the woods? Do you fear what might be lurking out in the darkness beyond those hanging limbs just on the edge of your vision? And when I say the woods I'm not talking about that copse of trees in your suburban backyard. I'm talking about the woods. A forest. Hundreds upon thousands of acres of sprawling untamed wilderness. A place where if you get turned around there may be no finding your way back. So grab your gear, stick to the trail, and let's trek into the wild unknown. The Appalachian Mountains are sort of like my next door neighbor. Living in central Kentucky I'm not quite in Appalachia but I'm pretty close. It is a region of the United States that I am in love with and I find myself drawn to the gritty, hardscrabble stories that take place there. Inject those stories with a heavy dose of horror and I am all in. Appalachian Horror edited by Bo Chappell from Aphotic Realm is a book that feels like it was written with someone like me in mind. As the back of the book says these tales are strange and sinister. These mountains and hollers don't care for the prying eyes of outsiders. What happens in Appalachia stays in Appalachia. From a bit of backwoods justice to some old time religion to ancient evils.  Let's touch briefly on each of the eight stories collected here and then I will give my top three. End Trails by John Morgan - two guys hiking along the Appalachian Trail become lost and are haunted by a mysterious yellow tent. The Ghost Sang by Jeffery X Martin - a photographer travels to Appalachia to capture life and the rural decay but sees more than she bargained for. Blood is Always Thicker by Tony Evans - a couple of hunting buddies seek out a fresh spot to hunt and end up running afoul of an evil. Blood is thicker than water. The Town of Afurisit by Charity Langly - a student is sent out to a small Appalachian town for a research paper in order to save her grade. Strange religious rites and a girl who cannot speak but has a golden singing voice. The Bend by C.W. Blackwell - the undead and their shepherd who has come to collect his missing flock. A farmer tries to bargain with death. Braids, Like Roots by Damascus Mincemeyer - a gnarled old tree needs to be uprooted to save the crops but there is dark power in that wood, black magik and familial secrets. Trespasser by Renee Miller - a tourist wants a little adventure in her life and seeks out an abandoned old town. Don't go trespassing where you aren't welcome. Hemlock Winds by Shawn Lachine - a sister reads through her brothers lost journal and witnesses his descent into madness. So my top three would have to be 3. End Trails 2. Braids, Like Roots 1. The Bend Frighteningly spine tingling tales of backwoods terror. Disorienting and creepy, Appalachian Horror edited by Bo Chappell casts a light into the darkened hollers only to have the shadows bite back. You'll think twice about taking that camping trip after reading this anthology. It would be safer to just take the kids to Disneyland instead. Video review: https://youtu.be/2Z32IBt7t1o

  7. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Tanner

    I’ve never been to the Appalachians but know a little from movies and TV, so even though I had no first-hand experience of the place, I was familiar with the general vibe. I’ve heard it’s picturesque and beautiful, but with these stunning backdrops can come terrifying tales. Well this collection of great short stories, edited by Bo Chappell, has really put me off ever visiting, I can tell ya! Things start off superbly with the creepy End Trails by John Morgan. Two guys are backpacking across ‘The I’ve never been to the Appalachians but know a little from movies and TV, so even though I had no first-hand experience of the place, I was familiar with the general vibe. I’ve heard it’s picturesque and beautiful, but with these stunning backdrops can come terrifying tales. Well this collection of great short stories, edited by Bo Chappell, has really put me off ever visiting, I can tell ya! Things start off superbly with the creepy End Trails by John Morgan. Two guys are backpacking across ‘The Trail and are terribly lost. Worse still is the strange tent that appears every morning right next to theirs. The tent stinks of rancid decay, and the thing looks as though awful atrocities have occurred inside. But if you look inside and witness the horrors, well, things aren’t going to end well for you. This story set things up perfectly. Jeffery X Martin’s The Ghost Sang tells the story of a freelance photographer who travels to a small, dilapidated town to capture some gritty shots she hopes to make some money from. She’s certainly not welcomed by the locals, but she’s a tough one and is confident of holding her own if any trouble ensues. Well said trouble comes along completely out of the blue. A mysterious root grows here, and her presence is actually more welcomed than it first appeared. Blood is Always Thicker by Tony Evans had an unnerving vibe throughout, where two dudes plan to visit a remote part of the forest on a hunting trip. There’s a legend of a witch in these here trees, one that’s rubbished by the pair, although they don’t quite believe their doubts. The ending here was great, a nice shocking twist that needs to be experienced for yourself. It also perfectly encapsulates the title. Another tale of a small town with strange locals and even stranger practices was The Town of Afurisit by Charity Langley. A girl is ‘sent’ to the town by her History Professor as a sort of prize. OK, the set-up here felt a little forced but the setting of the town was frightening enough for this to be forgiven. Although she doesn’t want to be there she embraces her visit with the insane lady she’s staying with. When she’s taken to church the following morning things get freaky weird, and fast. You’re screaming at her to just get the hell out of there, but she just doesn’t listen. This was a grim and great story. C.W. Blackwell’s The Bend was a welcome tale of the undead, but with a new twist. A man who has lost his wife and child lives on a farm with his remaining daughter. When corpses wander around his land he does the only thing he can; he locks them in his basement. This was a dark, dark story, with a melancholic ending that was equal parts sad and deranged. I really enjoyed Braids, Like Roots by Damascus Mincemeyer. It had a strange cult, possession, and insanity; tick, tick, tick! A man recounts what happened to him as a boy on the farm he grew up on. I don’t want to give anything away but the twist that came really threw me. The boy’s father never wanted to end up like his own father before him. But will he, is it destiny? Just read it! I was always looking forward to getting to Renee Miller’s story, and Trespasser did not disappoint. It follows a girl on her own who decides that, after a messy break-up, a trek through the forest is just what she needs. But when she finds an old shed with creepy satanic sigils painted on the floor, she decides it may be better to just get the hell out of there. But that’s easier said than done. This one had another awesome plot twist where things turned out to be not quite what they seemed. The closing story here was Hemlock Winds by Shawn Lachance. Told for the most part through journal entries, this was the tale of a grieving widower Trailin’ it up. Of course, things turn sinister but what was really enjoyable here was the descent into madness that he went through (am I a bit sick to use the word ‘enjoyable’?). Anyway, this story was a great way to finish things, and made me hungry for more. This was a superb collection of short stories. Although the remit was kind of specific, each author managed to put their blood-stained stamp on these apparently picturesque mountains. If only there were more…

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Mellon

    Good all-around anthology This was a nice mix of well-written dark fiction. I feared with this theme the stories would run to cringe-inducing stereotypes, but I was pleasantly surprised to find a collection of stories with the feel of Appalachia without too many typical tropes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    First of all, I have to say that this is AN AMAZING horror anthology!! I've been wanting to read horror lately, but I've also been distracted, so short stories are the best for me. I am doubting I will find another horror anthology as good as this one. There wasn't one bad or "average" story in the bunch! They are all 4 or 5 stars, so I'm not going to give them individual ratings since they are all fantastic! End trails by John Morgan- Two coincidental Appalachian Trail buddies (using trail names First of all, I have to say that this is AN AMAZING horror anthology!! I've been wanting to read horror lately, but I've also been distracted, so short stories are the best for me. I am doubting I will find another horror anthology as good as this one. There wasn't one bad or "average" story in the bunch! They are all 4 or 5 stars, so I'm not going to give them individual ratings since they are all fantastic! End trails by John Morgan- Two coincidental Appalachian Trail buddies (using trail names) run from an unknown horror The Ghost Sang by Jeffery X Martin- A reporter comes to a poor desolate Appalachian town for a story. Obviously she's not wary enough of the locals. Blood is Always Thicker by Tony Evans- Two friends squire hunting decide to go to Stepp Branch, a more isolated part of the Appalachian Mountains that is said to be haunted/cursed. The Town of Afurisit by Charity Langley A girl in college gets sent to a real small town in the Appalachian Mountains for her research paper. All people care about in that town is their church and their church "pet." The Bend by C.W. Blackwell- A father and a farmer in Eastern Tennessee in 1922 keeps finding corpses. Someone wants them back. However, he'll have to barter for them first. Braids, Like Roots by Damascus Mincemeyer- A farmer Dad and his son in rural West Virginia try to remove an old dead tree from the middle of their harvest field. Something keeps stopping them. The feeling is it might be witchcraft. Trespasser by Renee Miller- Girl is sent on an impromptu work trip which turns into an unexpected vacation. As she's newly single she wants to do something exciting and different. She finds a pamphlet about a haunted village in the Appalachian Mountains. Hemlock Winds by Shawn Lachance Sister reads the journal of her her brother when he took a 2 month hike along the Appalachian Trail.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lolapaige

    Quick read Good collection of short stories. I liked all of them which is a rare occurrence with collections. Short book. Made for a quick read. My only complaint is that it left me wanting more.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sea Caummisar

    2020 reading challenge ( where I'm from KY)... Some of the Appalachian s are in my state. So I chose this book and I was not disappointed. Some stories were better than others. One that really stinks out for me was about a guy who kept finding dead people (undead) walking on his property. Turns out they had a shepherd, and he traded for his deceased loved ones. Very interesting. Another story about a girl doing a research paper takes a vacay to a remote area. Of course, it didn't end well for he 2020 reading challenge ( where I'm from KY)... Some of the Appalachian s are in my state. So I chose this book and I was not disappointed. Some stories were better than others. One that really stinks out for me was about a guy who kept finding dead people (undead) walking on his property. Turns out they had a shepherd, and he traded for his deceased loved ones. Very interesting. Another story about a girl doing a research paper takes a vacay to a remote area. Of course, it didn't end well for her. The Appalachian Mountains are scary, for sure

  12. 4 out of 5

    VICKI HERBERT

    Brilliant short story collection... No spoilers. 4 1/2 stars. This is a collection of 8 short stories from the Appalachians sure to put a creepy kink up your spine... Each story rated individually... END TRAILS: 4 stars Two men lost on a hiking trail are haunted nightly by a gore-splattered yellow tent... THE GHOST SANG: 4 stars A dying hillbilly town and a big city photographer meet in this tale of the town's specialty crop of ginseng... BLOOD IS ALWAYS THICKER: 4 stars Two friends decide to hunt the Brilliant short story collection... No spoilers. 4 1/2 stars. This is a collection of 8 short stories from the Appalachians sure to put a creepy kink up your spine... Each story rated individually... END TRAILS: 4 stars Two men lost on a hiking trail are haunted nightly by a gore-splattered yellow tent... THE GHOST SANG: 4 stars A dying hillbilly town and a big city photographer meet in this tale of the town's specialty crop of ginseng... BLOOD IS ALWAYS THICKER: 4 stars Two friends decide to hunt the forbidden Stepp Branch Holler... a witch is rumored to be living there... THE TOWN OF AFURISIT: 4 stars Professor Connor sends one of his students to stay at Miss Beulah's inn to help her write her paper on Appalachian culture... THE BEND: 5 stars If NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD took place in the Appalachian mountains... BRAIDS LIKE ROOTS: 5 stars. There's something in the barn... each night it bloodies and braids the farm's only horse... TRESSPASSER: 4 stars Those city folk just don't understand "Don't go into the forest" warnings... until it's too late... HEMLOCK WINDS: 5 stars A man goes on a backpacking quest that he and his deceased wife had planned to do together... he kept a journal... This was a nice little collection and I enjoyed every story in it (which is rare). If you're looking for a full-length southern gothic novel, I recommend WICKED TEMPER by Randy Thornhorn, a story about a killer named Bob living on Riddle Top mountain. If you enjoyed the last story, HEMLOCK WINDS, I recommend another backpacking novel, PETRA'S GHOST by C.S. O'Cinneide. It's very similar to HEMLOCK WINDS. It is about a man on a 500 mile backpacking quest to scatter the ashes of his dead wife Petra at the trail's end... it's a very chilling story because of the other backpackers he meets along the way and the trail

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lilly Raines

    I enjoyed most of the stories, but there were a lot of formatting issues with the digital copy that I read. The issues were a huge distraction for me, especially when they occurred during dialogue, making it difficult to know which character was speaking. Hopefully these issues will be corrected in a future edition, so that readers can fully immerse themselves in the horrors of the Appalachians. Final score: 3/5 stars. Good stories, bad formatting.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Holley

    This was a fun collection of horror in an Appalachian setting. Standouts for me were: End Trails by John Morgan The Town of Afurisit by Charity Langly Braids, Like Roots by Damascus Mincemeyer Hemlock Winds by Shawn Lachance This has put me in the mood to read more Appalachian inspired horror collections. The stories were varied and well written.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ray Perdue

    Decent collection. Three stories were pretty good, all were enjoyable.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Serenity

    Ok read End trails. 5 🌟 The ghost sang. 3🌟. Ok story. Very predictable though. Blood is always thicker. 3🌟. Ok read. A town of Afurisit. 2🌟. The bend. 5🌟. Braids like roots. 4🌟 Trespasser. 3🌟 Hemlock winds. 3🌟. Weird

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rod Torrance

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Drenning

  20. 5 out of 5

    Diego Amaya

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lesa

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ben Shepard

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amy Macris

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cathleen A. West

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cai

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kent Corlain

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kevin L

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael Clark

  29. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  30. 5 out of 5

    Donald Towers

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