Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Southern Haunts: Spirits That Walk Among Us Tour and Review

From the shadowed realms of the paranormal comes 16 chilling tales that dwell in the South and South West. Resurrected in your very hands are stories that will make you laugh, ponder, and shiver as the reader is introduced to spirits that are humorous, saddened, and vengeful. From 16 authors, learn of haunted homes, buildings, landmarks and roads where restless entities from beyond the grave desire acknowledgement amongst the living. Become acquainted with the aftermath of an eclipse that awakens the dead in a Memphis cemetery, see what horrors dwell in the woods at Hell's Gate, learn the dark secrets of Sidney's Cotton, and dare to travel down Ghost Road. These and many other tales are sure to keep you awake as you are introduced to what makes the South and South West so unique.... History and GHOSTS!!!!! So, sit back, dim the lights and prepare yourself to face the spirits that walk among us

What a fun little anthology.  I personally wouldn't consider this scary by any stretch of the imagination, however it was still fun to read all these wonderful authors.  The book begins with Ghosts and continues on with so many wonderful tales that it will keep you reading.  

It has wonderful short stories within these pages, and while some are more entertaining than others, it will keep you entertained.  As someone who loves to visit spooky old houses, and who has been to some of the most haunted places in the USA, I must say this has something for everyone.

If you are looking for a deep horror then this is not the book for you.  But if you are looking for some spooky stories that would even be suitable for the younger reader then this book is perfect.  I even read a few of these out loud to my 10 year old son.  He loved them, and no nightmares from them either.

Great little shorts in a bundle.  So go grab yourself a creepy book in plenty of time for Halloween!

Details/Disclaimer: I received this book for free for an honest review.  This free book held no determination on my final review.

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