MISERIA’S CHORALE “keep[s] you up far longer into the night than is safe”

Amazon reader “Book Lover” has written a positive review of MISERIA’S CHORALE, an anthology from Forgotten Tomb Press which features my short story, “Becoming the Beast”:

MISERIA'S CHORALE, now available at Amazon.

MISERIA’S CHORALE, now available at Amazon.

MISERIA’S CHORALE, edited by David Nell, is the latest release from Forgotten Tomb Press. It’s a large collection with over forty stories included. Rather than the traditional werewolf/vampire/zombie style of horror, the authors in this anthology have instead chosen to look into the darkest depths of the human soul. Eschewing violence and gore, these tales examine the bizarre and horrific. The collection is a great read, and a few of the stories particularly stand out.

After reading Jon Michael Kelley’s “The Catacomb Enigma,” you will never see a traveling carnival the same again. “Letters,” by Christina Murphy, is a disturbing story that makes those blue mail boxes on the corner look very sinister. K. Trap Jones gives us a frightening story about gardening gone very wrong in “Red Harvest.” Fred Skolnik’s “The Banquet” captures a bizarre sense of alienation and fear in modern society…

Read the rest of the review here. And if you haven’t read MISERIA’S CHORALE yet, here’s what editor David Nell assembled for your reading pleasure:

Click here to buy MISERIA’S CHORALE, or to leave your own review.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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