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If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. A If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake. Join the growing zombie horde of readers spellbound by horror author Dan Soule’s storytelling. Grab a copy of In Tooth and Claw today, and let the eight stories fester in your putrefying claw as they worm into your mind.


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If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. A If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake. Join the growing zombie horde of readers spellbound by horror author Dan Soule’s storytelling. Grab a copy of In Tooth and Claw today, and let the eight stories fester in your putrefying claw as they worm into your mind.

30 review for In Tooth and Claw: Tales of Horror and the Supernatural

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is a 4.5 star read. A superb anthology of tales of horror and the supernatural.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aiden Merchant

    (This review premiered on KendallReviews.com) Though I have been lucky this year, usually collections are a mix of hit and miss. In Tooth and Claw is like that, though I feel the good outweighs the bad by a fair amount. “Plight of the Valkyrie” sets up an interesting world in which Death is an employee of sorts that has decided to retire and finds his replacement. I really enjoyed this one and think Soule should do an entire novel with this concept of the Guild. There would be many directions wor (This review premiered on KendallReviews.com) Though I have been lucky this year, usually collections are a mix of hit and miss. In Tooth and Claw is like that, though I feel the good outweighs the bad by a fair amount. “Plight of the Valkyrie” sets up an interesting world in which Death is an employee of sorts that has decided to retire and finds his replacement. I really enjoyed this one and think Soule should do an entire novel with this concept of the Guild. There would be many directions worth exploring, so it’s safe to say In Tooth and Claw starts off on a good foot. Jump ahead a couple of stories to “The Switch,” my next favorite entry. Here, you have an old, rich man dying in the hospital while his family counts away the minutes (soon, they all will inherit great wealth). However, there is one family member there that has been tortured by this old man, and is often ignored and unseen by everyone else. Finally, she will get her revenge with the old man’s death, but it must be by her hands. This story is short, sweet, and to the point. I thought the cast was used perfectly and the POV a smart choice. Although I didn’t particularly like “The Breed,” I did really enjoy “The Breed: Last Watch” that followed a little later in this collection. I mixed up character names a couple of times, but I was otherwise captivated by the ride. There was definitely potential in the story, enough so to warrant a novella or novel. If Soule decides to follow this idea further, you can sign me up. Lastly, “Witchopper” did me some good. You learn of an old witch tale to scare little kids, but of course it turns out to be true. Like my other favorites in this collection, I would like to see this idea expanded. And in all honesty, that could be a minor complaint with In Tooth and Claw (as much as it is a positive) – more often than not, the stories didn’t work as simple one-shots. They demanded more. This is both good and bad. It’s good that they caught my interest in such a way that I wanted there to be more, but bad in the sense that I couldn’t simply enjoy this collection for a singular ride – I was left expecting more when it’s short-lived. Soule has a great way with words, even if they sometimes jumble in explanation and cast of characters. This collection presented me with enough interesting ideas that I will definitely be looking into Soule further, which counts as a win for me. In Tooth and Claw has got some meat on its bones!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Murray

    In Tooth and Claw announces a significant new talent in the horror genre. Dan Soule gathers an impressively varied array of concepts and develops them in expert fashion, weaving the threads of character, suspense, misdirection and accumulating dread into striking tapestries of terror. Read In Tooth and Claw, ravening for more!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Billie

    If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake. What an absolutely brilliant set of horror stories! I loved each and every one of thes If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide - and devour - in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children's nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake. What an absolutely brilliant set of horror stories! I loved each and every one of these. Perfect when you are short of time and desperately want to read those little bits in between things. I didn't though as I sat and read them all in one go...lol! Was thouroughly engaged from the first and was kept this way all the way through. Each is well written and the plots are so wonderful and deliciously terrifying at the same time. Characters are well fleshed out and really creepy. Recommend reading highly!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nekrotikk

    In Tooth and Claw by Dan Soule. A collection of short stories including such horror classics as werewolves and witches. I found some of the stories more compelling than others. If any of the stories are not to your taste, I highly recommend reading 'Witchopper'. It's a great short based on Midlands, UK folklore. In Tooth and Claw by Dan Soule. A collection of short stories including such horror classics as werewolves and witches. I found some of the stories more compelling than others. If any of the stories are not to your taste, I highly recommend reading 'Witchopper'. It's a great short based on Midlands, UK folklore.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Meaghan

    Meh The stories had potential, but the majority seemed too short, even with keeping in mind they are only short stories. Some felt just like a thought that was cut off before even being fully developed. The only exception being "Witchopper," which I had already read in a different compilation by Soule. I found most of the stories frustrating, but I guess they could be a good way to kill time? Meh The stories had potential, but the majority seemed too short, even with keeping in mind they are only short stories. Some felt just like a thought that was cut off before even being fully developed. The only exception being "Witchopper," which I had already read in a different compilation by Soule. I found most of the stories frustrating, but I guess they could be a good way to kill time?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Randa sperling

    I enjoyed this mix of short stories. Although some are better than others they make an altogether impressive read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    For me, these stories didn’t work for me, but they might do well for other readers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laura Moreno

    The book's arrangement was confusing but once you get used to that, the stories are very good. I have no doubt that I will have nightmares for many years to come thanks to Mr. Soule. The book's arrangement was confusing but once you get used to that, the stories are very good. I have no doubt that I will have nightmares for many years to come thanks to Mr. Soule.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barry Cline

    Great short stories!! Author is great, going to read more. Loved it

  11. 4 out of 5

    D.

    Awesome I really enjoyed this book. The stories made my imagination soar. I highly recommend this book. Great job Mr. Soule.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ross Jeffery

    A breathtaking collection of the various tropes of Horror - a delight to read, each story takes the thematic elements of horror, puts them in a blender with deftly crafted characters and then fizzed up into a nightmarish vision! A brilliant visionary and visceral writer - and the best thing is there are more books to come! Get on board while you can, before something grabs your from the dark and pulls you to your grave!

  13. 5 out of 5

    James Klabunde

    A small collection of various horror short stories. A varied selection of different horror short stories, each one different. I found it hard to believe that they were all by the same author. There were none that I disliked but a couple that I preferred. Recommended, a good chance to get introduced to the author and his writings.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Serenity

    Ok read First time reading this author. Some of the stories were confusing to me. It was just an ok read for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christina Robinson

    Amazing I loved every story in this book! It was hard to put down and each story held you captivated and wanting more. I would recommend this book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    j rhodes

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dorkmissile

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  20. 4 out of 5

    300+ reader

  21. 4 out of 5

    Janeen

  22. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Aso

  23. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Goulding

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alan perry

  25. 5 out of 5

    pauline jones

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gary Stringer

  27. 4 out of 5

    Keith Dawber

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lizz Pellow

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cher riley

  30. 4 out of 5

    Steve Collins

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