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FAN FEARS explores those things that make us most afraid, the things that keep us awake in the night and terrify and horrify us in the most unforgettable way. In the vein of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Bentley Little and drawing on the storytelling style of The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt and the Outer Limits, Fan Fears asks you the questions you don't want to b FAN FEARS explores those things that make us most afraid, the things that keep us awake in the night and terrify and horrify us in the most unforgettable way. In the vein of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Bentley Little and drawing on the storytelling style of The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt and the Outer Limits, Fan Fears asks you the questions you don't want to be asked: What is your deepest, darkest fear? What makes you afraid to sleep with the lights off? These questions are asked and answers given, from a chilling case of a shadow man called Preacher Black or a road rage incident turned into something life threatening on a global scale, to a chilling tale of isolation like no other and a story in which every heartbeat could be the last. Will you be able to conquer your fears and discover a world where the darkness is real? Also includes four additional bonus stories and a foreword by extreme horror author, Matt Shaw


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FAN FEARS explores those things that make us most afraid, the things that keep us awake in the night and terrify and horrify us in the most unforgettable way. In the vein of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Bentley Little and drawing on the storytelling style of The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt and the Outer Limits, Fan Fears asks you the questions you don't want to b FAN FEARS explores those things that make us most afraid, the things that keep us awake in the night and terrify and horrify us in the most unforgettable way. In the vein of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Bentley Little and drawing on the storytelling style of The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt and the Outer Limits, Fan Fears asks you the questions you don't want to be asked: What is your deepest, darkest fear? What makes you afraid to sleep with the lights off? These questions are asked and answers given, from a chilling case of a shadow man called Preacher Black or a road rage incident turned into something life threatening on a global scale, to a chilling tale of isolation like no other and a story in which every heartbeat could be the last. Will you be able to conquer your fears and discover a world where the darkness is real? Also includes four additional bonus stories and a foreword by extreme horror author, Matt Shaw

30 review for Fan Fears: A collection of horror stories

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris Taylor

    Whether you share the fear being written about or not, there is plenty of creep factor in this book. While the stories are written for a specific fan about their specific fear, there is plenty here to make you cringe. And the bonus stories? Even better than the specific fear tales. Give this book a chance!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    The problem with fan fears is that the fears can be very specific and kind of unusual, so if you don't really get the fear it weakens the story. Or rather you understand the fear but cannot really get as involved in the story as you would otherwise. Out of the collection of fan fears, the fear of heights was the only I could really relate to and this was well written. If the proposed solution to fixing vertigo actually works, i don't know - but the idea was good. Other than that, in all honesty, The problem with fan fears is that the fears can be very specific and kind of unusual, so if you don't really get the fear it weakens the story. Or rather you understand the fear but cannot really get as involved in the story as you would otherwise. Out of the collection of fan fears, the fear of heights was the only I could really relate to and this was well written. If the proposed solution to fixing vertigo actually works, i don't know - but the idea was good. Other than that, in all honesty, the bonus shorts at the end of the book had much more impact. To me these came across as though written with much more passion from the author. With These Hands, Apartment 11, and The Light That Brought The Dark are all great short stories.

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    Maryann

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    Michael Mcparland

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    MCATON34

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    David Norman

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