Fear is a buffet of subtle flavors: suspense, apprehension, foreboding, disquiet. The stories in Thirty Scary Tales do not shock with extreme violence or gross you out with masses of gore. They may, however, induce terror, and some may leave you disturbed long after you’ve closed the book.
Fear is personal. The same story may constrict one person’s chest and set their heart racing, yet send only a mild tingle down another readers’ spine.
We all have certain personal fears, and if a story touches on one of those themes, the horror escalates. If you have a fear of drowning, “I Dived the Pandora” will be the scariest story for you. Dog lovers may find “Black Karma” cute, but if canines give you the creeps, you may read it and shudder. While most readers find “The Bridge Chamber” scary, it can be a source of unbearable terror if you’re claustrophobic.
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