X: A Collection of Horror, by C. M. Saunders

Short, sweet, to the point, and certainly a deviation from what we’ve come to expect from horror stories.

Most of the stories are designed to be psychological terrors, feeding on the things we’ve feared since childhood. Those are amplified by the fact that each story cuts off before giving away too much resolution, leaving seeds of doubt in the back of your mind, and making you want to start checking over your shoulder.
That being said, it still feels more like psychological goosebumps and not terrifying horror. I think some were cut just a little too short to really convey that teeth chattering fear, but that might just be me. They were still well written and the authors notes were very entertaining.
Buy it here!

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