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Nature is a haunted house-but Art-is a house that tries to be haunted. - Emily Dickinson You know the house. The one at the end of the road down the long driveway that seems to have a permanent shadow hanging over its head. One that sends shivers up the spines of people who pass as they quicken their pace and bow their head in the hopes nothing will happen to them. The one Nature is a haunted house-but Art-is a house that tries to be haunted. - Emily Dickinson You know the house. The one at the end of the road down the long driveway that seems to have a permanent shadow hanging over its head. One that sends shivers up the spines of people who pass as they quicken their pace and bow their head in the hopes nothing will happen to them. The one that is the gossip of the water-cooler, yet no one really knows why. In Death House, several talented authors take us on a journey through the houses they see in their nightmares. Ones that contain all manner of haunts, horror, death and destructions. Houses that may not simply be plucked from the imagination, but may in fact exist in reality. Be wary of the house whose door you step through. You can never be sure what is on the other side.


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Nature is a haunted house-but Art-is a house that tries to be haunted. - Emily Dickinson You know the house. The one at the end of the road down the long driveway that seems to have a permanent shadow hanging over its head. One that sends shivers up the spines of people who pass as they quicken their pace and bow their head in the hopes nothing will happen to them. The one Nature is a haunted house-but Art-is a house that tries to be haunted. - Emily Dickinson You know the house. The one at the end of the road down the long driveway that seems to have a permanent shadow hanging over its head. One that sends shivers up the spines of people who pass as they quicken their pace and bow their head in the hopes nothing will happen to them. The one that is the gossip of the water-cooler, yet no one really knows why. In Death House, several talented authors take us on a journey through the houses they see in their nightmares. Ones that contain all manner of haunts, horror, death and destructions. Houses that may not simply be plucked from the imagination, but may in fact exist in reality. Be wary of the house whose door you step through. You can never be sure what is on the other side.

11 review for Death House

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Dark and deeply disturbing, “Death House” turns the haunted house trope on its head bringing fresh, new perspectives with this collection of eerie tales. It will grip you from the moment you pick it up, each story giving the reader a glimpse into the twisted world of sentient structures and the evil that lurks within. You won’t be able to put it down! There is a cohesiveness to this collection, each story “fits” but at the same time these talented authors provide their own unique twist and their Dark and deeply disturbing, “Death House” turns the haunted house trope on its head bringing fresh, new perspectives with this collection of eerie tales. It will grip you from the moment you pick it up, each story giving the reader a glimpse into the twisted world of sentient structures and the evil that lurks within. You won’t be able to put it down! There is a cohesiveness to this collection, each story “fits” but at the same time these talented authors provide their own unique twist and their own spectacular take on the genre. I did have a few favorites that really stood out: “The House of Bones” by Maggie D. Brace is a great little tidbit of scariness. “House of Shadows” by David Green is delightfully gory and creepy. I love that the ending is left open to the interpretation of the reader. “A View from Within” by Michelle River gave me shivers! Total worse nightmare vibes. “Up In Smoke” by Peter J. Foote is remarkable. I never knew that a horror story could be so poetic. Very well written! “The Forgetful Dark” by G. Allen Wilbanks blew me away. Wow. I did not see that ending coming at all and it made me gasp out loud with surprise. If you love being scared, if you’re looking for a bit of nightmare fodder – you can’t go wrong with “Death House.” Don’t be surprised though if you find yourself having to sleep with the light on, wondering what might be lurking inside your own four walls.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Clare Rhoden

    A grinning festival of clever darkness lurks behind the door of DEATH HOUSE I thoroughly enjoyed this superb collection of new stories about the age old, frightful, weird, scary HOUSEs down the street - yes, that one, the one you need a dare to go into. Death House gathers new and seasoned writers to enthral readers with delicious twists on the theme of the death house. As in all anthologies, there are stories that will speak to some readers more than others, however this book is remarkable for th A grinning festival of clever darkness lurks behind the door of DEATH HOUSE I thoroughly enjoyed this superb collection of new stories about the age old, frightful, weird, scary HOUSEs down the street - yes, that one, the one you need a dare to go into. Death House gathers new and seasoned writers to enthral readers with delicious twists on the theme of the death house. As in all anthologies, there are stories that will speak to some readers more than others, however this book is remarkable for the consistently high quality of the tales. Some are very short (I always want more!) and others provide quite a deep dive into the ghastly terror. Some of my favourites are 'Funny and Sad' by Shawn M Klimek; Deaf House by Philip Rogers; A House for the Ages by John H Dromey; The House of Bones by Maggie D Brace; and my particular favourite, The House of Crane by Alexandra Harper. I can't wait for the rest of the Death Series from this group. For lovers of horror, fantasy, and short stories with a neat twist.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    My favourite horror trope has always been a haunted house. Particularly, a young couple gets an excellent deal (or inherits) a country estate full of dark secrets. They unwittingly unleash an ancient evil and suffer a horrible fate. So when I saw that Raven and Drake Publishing had a death house book coming, I was excited to read it. The stories in this collection do not disappoint. They vary widely in length from microfiction to full-length short stories. This variety kept me guessing about how My favourite horror trope has always been a haunted house. Particularly, a young couple gets an excellent deal (or inherits) a country estate full of dark secrets. They unwittingly unleash an ancient evil and suffer a horrible fate. So when I saw that Raven and Drake Publishing had a death house book coming, I was excited to read it. The stories in this collection do not disappoint. They vary widely in length from microfiction to full-length short stories. This variety kept me guessing about how long each story was going to be and added an air of mystery. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys haunted houses and general horror.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gemma Paul

  5. 5 out of 5

    Callum Pearce

  6. 4 out of 5

    meera0207

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alannah

  8. 5 out of 5

    LaVida Chapman

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jade

  10. 4 out of 5

    E.L. Giles

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michel Haché

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