Review: Dark Light Four by Sarah Jayne Carr and various authors
Published: July 18, 2014
Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly
Genre: Short Stories, horror, YA
Review: Ebook provided
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
If you’re looking for stories of “happily ever after”, continue onward. Warm and fuzzy tales of love won’t lie within these pages. These dark accounts incur greed, anger, hostility, murder, revenge, and creatures that go bump in the night. Be forewarned—there will be blood, and you may need to check under your bed before going to sleep. Darkness awaits.
The Maybe Man—K.C. Finn
Sasha Brook—Shebat Legion
Deep Below—J.R. Roper
Mind Fuck—Nina Stevens
When the Music Dies—Penelope Anne Bartotto
The Asylum—Shannon Eckrich
An Eve to Forget—Leah D.W.
A Night with the Outside Inn—Patrick Tumblety
Broken Photo—SJ Davis
A Salem Witch—Zoe Adams
Always Beneath—Paul Flewitt
Staum the Source—Andrea Staum
Nothing to Fear—Jackie McMahon
The Beginning—Sabina Bundgaard
Fall from Grace—Nina Stevens
Second Chances—Khelsey Jackson
Professional Courtesy—Debbie Christiana
End in Fire—M Jet
Fairy Hunter—Deborah Dalton
Operation Werewolf—B. David Spicer
What Must Be Done—Reven Archer Black
The Architect—F.A Carillo
Southern Cross—Shelly Schulz
A Sip of Water—Palumbo Sergio
The Wicked End—Monique Diplock
I received this book to give an honest review.
This was my favorite I am not sure what happened with book two and book three of dark light but book one and book four were by far the best for me. I didn't have just one story I liked in this book, I really enjoyed all of them. As I have mentioned before in the first book of Dark Light each story is very unique and I am sure that there is at least one story that you will enjoy even if you do not enjoy all of them.
I felt that in this anthology I got to see new authors work as I have never heard of any of these authors before so it was awesome to be able to see within their mind the story that they can create for us all.
If you like anthologies with horror or scariness then pick this book up, I don't think you will be disappointed.