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Paranormal Anthology with a TWIST (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Rene Folsom , Michael Loring , Bart Hopkins , Anthony Lance , Magen McMinimy , Jason Brant , Penelope Anne Bartotto , Jon Messenger , S. L. Dearing , Nicki Scalise

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Paranormal stories that span across the genre, which will wow you, shock you, and leave you gasping for more.

Eleven different authors, one main idea, and worlds that will TWIST your imagination…

Featured Stories:

"Voices of the Soul" by Rene Folsom
"Number 18" by Michael Loring
"Sweet Lenora" by Bart Hopkins
"Truth or Dare" by Jon Messenger
"Suburban Zombie" by Anthony Lance
"All I Want for Christmas" by Jason Brant
"In the Eyes of the Beholder" by Penelope Anne Bartotto
"Little Tchotchkes" by Nicki Scalise
"I am Serna" by Magen McMinimy
"Bloodlines" by S. L. Dearing
"Metronome" by Eaton Thomas Palmer

Edited and Compiled by Cynthia Shepp & Rene Folsom


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  • Verlag: Indie Style Press (10. Dezember 2013)
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4.0 von 5 Sternen And interesting Read.. Sure to be loved by all fans of the genre 12. April 2013
Von S.Cu'Anam Policar - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Since this is an Anthology This review will be slightly different. As Anthologies are a comprised of more than story, it would do the book as a whole a great injustice to review and rate the book as such. This review I image will be quite lengthy as I'm going to break down and review each individual story within this book's covers...

1) Voices of the Soul (Soul Seers #1) by Rene Folsom

The start of this didn't come as a total surprise. It seems to be the current fad to have the main character come into or learn that have some special ability. Though Orella's is a bit different than I've encountered recently.
The fact that her mother was able to convey the message and a small amount of what Orella can do, is a touching moment that will make a lump form in even the strongest of people.
While Jonah isn't suprised that he and Ella share the same gift.. Ella's reacting is priceless! I cried from laughing so much.
About the only thing I didn't care for in this story was Jonah. I mean as a characer he's great.. his vocabulary could use an upgrade. The lines he uses on Ella come off as being staged, like he's reading the script for a cheesy 19th century romance.
The ending of this however isa good one. It's quite unexpected and a great start to the Soul Seers Series.
I give this one 5 of 5

2) Number 18 by Michael Loring

I'd like to start with..Hell Yeah!!! I absolutely loved the start of this story. The cold fear and adreline coursing through Robert's veins pulses through the readers as he stalks and attacks his prey. I'm sure if he'd known what he was up against he'd have changed his mind, but that wouldn't make the story interesting.
I wish this story had been a bit longer. There's not enough to really grasp the reader. The story does hold a lot of potential. The main characters are well thought out and you can picture the grey area between good and evil in which they dwell. I feel however that because it really isn't more than a piece of flash fiction, there isn't enough detail given to the moment. Because of this I can't accurately give the story a strong rating.
I hope Michael Loring will consider lengthening this teaser story into something I can give a justified rating to, but for now...
I give this one 3 of 5

3) Sweet Lenora by Bart Hopkins

This story has a historical feel to it. I can't quite place the time though it would have to be the year of or slightly after the new car Lenora's mother bought, though the feel is older than that. Lenora and especially her mother conduct themselves as if they lived in the Victorian era.. Though I suppose that could be due to how close to that era's end this story takes place and Lenora's mother's illness and detachment from the world around her.
This story is vividly descriptive. Every nuance forms in your mind's eye and before you're even aware you're no longer reading a story but watching it on a screen on you can see. Bart Hopkins has a way with words that so few do, the ability to capture his audience even with works as short as this.
There's one thing that confuses me about this story and prevents me from giving a 5 rating. How long was Lenora's mother as it was discovered at the end? And why had Jakob been so cruel for absolutely no reason? With these questions in mind, I hope the author will consider prehaps lengthening the story a bit just so the confusion is no longer there.
I give this one 4 of 5

4) Truth or Dare by Jon Messenger

This story starts out strong. Each character's persona is clearly marked within the first chapter. When the kid gloves come off during their game of Truth or Dare, that's when the this story takes is pludge into the darkness. It was smoothly done and flowed like it would have had the characters been real people. I liked that a lot.
This story is beautifully written.. However, it is also predictable. I give kudos to the Author for the research done on this though. 1) The knowledge that a spirit is bound to the place it died, and 2) Spirits see the living as we see them. I have to ask though, at the end, where was Brent?
As familiar as this story is, it was still enjoyable. It felt like seeing an old friend after many years apart.
For the beautifully written writing and the memories it inspired, I give this one 4 of 5

5) Suburban Zombie by Anthony Lance

I've read my share of zombie stories.. None are as creative as this one is. This is the funniest story I've read yet. The fact of a bunch of zombie women sitting around talking about health risks made me laugh until my ribs hurt!
Now before anyone starts complaining about the use of Mormons being the "zombies" in this parody.. You really need to evaluate. There is no other religious sect that could have been put in that role. Every non mormon at one point or another has been hounded by a mormon or a two. They don't care when you tell them you aren't interested in what they say, they come back numerous times until you're scared to leave your house.
I applaud this Author for being brave enough to take something we all think and twisting it into this hysterical story... Even if he thinks those of us that aren't zombies are just brainless zombies.
5 of 5

6) All I Want for Christmas by Jason Brant

The fact that a man can pull off a typical thirteen year old girl at the start of puberty is impressive. This thirteen year old "adult" has all the cocky "I know it all and should get to whatever I want" attitude down.
I also liked the simplicity of this story. It's the diary of an adolecent girl. You don't see many stories written as journals anymore. This was a nice treat for me.
However there's a few things I'd like to point out.. A LOT of the Pagan community may throw a fit over this story.. It's about the most inaccurate thing I've ever read. Luckily I'm not like most pagans.
I do feel the need to put in some corrections. 1) Witches don't celebrate Christmas, they celebrate Yule (december 21) 2) Witches do not eat people (or animals)
Inaccuracies aside, this story was charming and I always give honest reviews so 4 of 5

7) In the Eyes of the Beholder by Penelope Bartotto

I absolutely loved Betty... This story is very descriptive. The writing style is excellent. You see and feel everything the two main characters do.
I Wish there had been more to it though. To me this seemed to a romantic suspense rather than paranormal. The only element of Paranormal I really came across was Betty Lou. Even if I feel the story did not fit the nature of this anthology like it should, it was still captivating.
It's a well written piece of work, though the end confused me a little bit. Due to the nature of the Anthology itself I can not give this story a 5 since I feel it doesn't fit with the others.. I did love it though and so I give it a 4 of 5

8) Little Tchotchkes by Nicki Scalise

This was a beautifully written piece of art. I thoroughly enjoyed it and the twist honestly caught me off guard. The detailed descriptions allow the reader to not only see everything but to feel it as well
The last line brought a smirk to my lips. It was a very clever touch to such a twisted story. Though I almost pity Marc in his psycosis, his little friend though, I think she should make a come back in another story.
I really liked the characters and while I can't even begin to touch on the madness and darkness they each held, this was a good read for any paranormal fan
I give this one 5 of 5

9) I Am Serna by Megan McMinimy

This story disappointed me. It had a good strong start, but then it just ended. I can't help but feel like a chunk of this story is missing.
The writing style at the end of the story was nowhere near as strong as it had been at the beginning. I would love to read this story in its entiredy.. However, if this is all the story has to offer before editing was done, the author should consider filling in the chunk that seems to have been ripped from it
I give this story 3 of 5

10) Bloodlines by S.L.Dearing

This story is as old as time itself. This version was amazingly written. Descriptive enough to feel and see and hear everything as you read.
You can feel poot little Sascha's heart and how brave Eduard tried to be.
The time line is not commonly used, which is another added bonus. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to reading other works by Ms. Dearing.
I do hope the author will consider expanding on this piece and let Sascha and Eduard have many more adventures for her fans to read and look forward to.
I give this one 5 of 5

11) Metronome by Eaton Thomas Palmer

This final story in the anthology was very predictable. I reminded me of an old episode of the twlight zone I'd seen when I was little. Where a reader likes description, I found this story to be a bit too descriptive.
It was almost as if the author were trying to fill in gaps with descriptions that didn't need to be there. I feel that because of the excessive amount of description in the story, the reader is almost robbed of the experience of watching the main character slowly lose his grasp on sanity because of IT.
I did however enjoy the irony of the end. That was amusing. Almost like a just desert.
I give this one 3 of 5

As for the anthology as a whole, I think it's wonderful. And while I didn't completely like all the stories within the pages, other people will. I think some of the stories had too much spliced out of them which caused them to lose their hold of a reader, but with anthologies that's to be expected due to the needed size of each story.
I enjoyed reading the stories and I give a big kudos to each of the eleven authors that compiled this book. As for the stories I rated a 3, I'd love to read some longer works those authors have as I'm well aware that some people do much better with longer works where they don't have the "fear" of needed things being cut out.
I thank each of you for allowing me a taste into your minds.. and a big thanks to Cynthia for allowing me to review this.
I give this book 4 of 5 and can't wait to read the next one if Cynthia opts to gather some more.. or even these same authors to make a volume 2.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Entertaining Stories with Unexpected Twists 18. März 2013
Von TKV - Veröffentlicht auf
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I've always enjoyed stories with twists and this anthology provided plenty of good ones. Twist has a great variety of stories, from the haunting style of Sweet Lenora to the interesting vampire lore found in Little Tchotchkes and the hilarious teenage angst of All I Want For Christmas. Each story is engaging and entertaining. The anthology covers almost the full gamut of paranormal creatures: mind readers, werewolves, vampires, ghosts, zombies, Mormons (yes, Mormons are paranormal here), witches, haunted trucks, angels and spirit entrapment.

I don't want to say too much about each story for fear of giving things away, so I'll just give some brief impressions of each one.

Voices Of The Soul by Rene Folsom- A unique concept with romance and a bit of spice.

Number 18 by Michael Loring- A serial killer stalks his 18th victim. Creepy and dark.

Sweet Lenora by Bart Hopkins- A young girl gets advice from her bed-ridden mother. I loved the writing style of this one.

Truth Or Dare by Jon Messenger- College drinking game gone bad. Touching and sad.

Suburban Zombie by Anthony Lance- A new twist on zombie lore with some very unique villains.

All I Want For Christmas by Jason Brant- It's almost scary how well Jason did the voice of a 13-year-old girl.

In The Eyes Of The Beholder by Penelope Bartotto- Interesting combination of paranormal concepts. Compelling and different.

Little Tchotchkes by Nicki Scalise- Very unexpected but well done twist on vampire lore.
I Am Serna by Magen Mcminimy- Great urban fantasy style.

Bloodlines by S. L. Dearing- A chilling villain hunts down two extraordinary children.

Metronome by Eaton Thomas Palmer- A good psychological mystery. Is he crazy or isn't he?

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Twisted, this is... 25. Juni 2013
Von Ann M Wilson - Veröffentlicht auf
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This Anthology is a great compilation of authors, most of whom I have not heard of before now. I enjoyed all the stories in here, and they kept me guessing throughout each one. There were a few stories I thought I had figured out half way through, just to be proven wrong. I wrote down the names of a few authors that I plan on looking up to see what else they have available to read, because I love their writing style.

I definitely recommend this book if you are looking for something spooky, and that will keep you turning those pages to find out what happens next. You will not be disappointed in the least. Good job to all the authors involved.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Anthology! Many great short stories 24. Oktober 2013
Von Sabina, Sabina's Adventures In Reading - Veröffentlicht auf
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This anthology contains 11 stories. I will go through each story in the order they come in the book, and then in the end I will tell you which ones was my favorites and what I thought overall about this anthology. But before I get there, you should know that this anthology IS with a twist. Each story had to have a twist in it - and let me tell you, some of these I did NOT see coming!
So, let's begin with the first story:

Voices of the Soul by Rene Folsom
Orella (Ella) has been hearing voices all her life, but never truly understood what they were. She just thought she was losing her mind. When her mother and herself get critically injured in a car accident, Ella learns she is a soul-seer. Ella loses her mother and tries to move on, which isn't easy.
One day, she meets a boy - someone kinda like her. Not entirely, but almost. Both are drawn to each other like moths to a flame, and quickly they become a part of each other. But is it real? Will it last? And who is Jonah Chantrey really?
I did like this story, although I have to say it did remind me a little bit of Twilight. And no, I do not mean that in a bad way. I enjoyed Twilight, but have found MANY other authors since. I'm just saying, I could relate some of the things to that book. Voices of the Soul starts out with a tragedy, turns into a love story.... Right before the twist is delivered. And I know many romance Lovers will sit and scream of vengeance, but for me, this ending was a really good one, one that made me want to read the next book in her series; Eyes of the Soul.

Number 18 by Michael Loring
In Number 18, we follow a man, who has chosen his target for the night, every thought he has about her and her boyfriend. There's no doubt about the fact that what he has on his mind for the night, will not be pleasant for the poor girl.
But you know, sometimes Karma strikes back - HARD.
I've got to tell you, this was a GREAT story. I really want to tell you the so amazing twist the end has, but I'm tying my fingers into knots. NOT going to spill! I liked that we got to see the "bad guys" point of view in this story, and not the victims. It was different, and I liked it. If this is how Michael normally writes, then I'm definitely going to look into his books!

Sweet Lenora by Bart Hopkins
Lenora is tired of listening to her mother, of always doing the right thing. Every day, her mother (bound to bed by illness) starts the day by "preaching" to Lenora about her duty, of the dangers outside.
So, each day is a steady routine for Lenora. And it goes well... But Lenora is a young girl, about to turn seventeen, and we all know how teenagers at some point will try and unfold their wings, to try and fly, right? So does Lenora. But she does it the only way she knows how to; making friends with a young boy, Charlie Swain. According to her mother's standards, he is not worthy of notice, his family was new money and new to town.
So, imagine the respond from her mother when she finds out. (shivers) To make sure Lenora doesn't grow too fond of the Swain boy, she arranges a date for the Fall Fair and expects Lenora to go.
So, will she end up with the young, correct man, her new friend, or maybe something else entirely?
Hmm, I'm not entirely sure how to feel about this story. It was well written, don't get me wrong, but somehow, I did see this ending coming. In a way, I would have liked Lenora to fight more, but maybe that's a story coming later in her life. Who knows?
I did like the writing style Bart Hopkins created, and the action in the story, so I have yet another author to put on my TBR list ;-)

Truth or Dare by Jon Messenger
This is a story about how a dare got out of hand amongst friends. Jill, Jake, Whitney, Brent has a relaxing night, drinking and playing a game of Truth or Dare. But suddenly the game turns into something a bit scarier; Jill is dared to stay in a graveyard for an entire night.... Alone.
Arriving to the graveyard, Jill settles in to win the game, little does she knows, her nightmare is about to start.... Or did a lot sooner than entering the graveyard.
This story tugged at me, at my heart. I have no other words, than well written Jon. This might be a story of fiction, but the truth behind it - could happen for anyone who does what they do.

Suburban Zombie by Anthony Lance
Ever read a story from a zombie's point of view? Well, you got the chance here! In this Town, zombies are the normal thing. Guess what happens when a well groomed young man comes along?
This was a funny read for me - we always see the zombies being the bad guy, the ones infecting everyone else with a disease - this time, the tables are turned, and it was hilarious to read!

All I want for Christmas by Jason Brant
This story is in diary form, written by a thirteen young girl. All she wants is to be treated like an adult (my thought was... uhmm, yeah... you're thirteen, not eighteen...) But what she want the most is Stevie. In this short story, we get to follow her for the entire month of December, her attempts to get Stevie to notice her and her fight with the popular ones in school.
The end was certainly a nice surprise (well, not for everyone involved, but shhh...) I liked that this was a dairy, we could follow her through a difficult time in her life - although I have to admit, she was younger than what I would have liked her to be. But then - it was some time ago I was thirteen, and my concern was about other things than boys. But, getting back to this story. Liked it a lot, the twist was a good one too. :-)

In the Eyes of the Beholder by Penelope Bartotto
Very few manage to put too much into a short story without cramping it, mangling it. Ilona Andrews can do this, and to me delight, so could Penelope.
This story's focal point is Dominic and his gal Rose. Dominic is a trucker, so most of his time is on the highway, with his beautiful truck; Betty Lou.
Rose is living the life - dating a man who might be The One, and have another one wrapped so tight around her fingers, she gets everything she wants from him. But when Dominic texts Rose to let her know he will be in her town the next day, and he can't wait to see her, he is unknowingly thwarting her plans for Mr. Right. What's a girl to do? Well, I know what any SANE girl would do - but then, this story wouldn't be as interesting, would it?
I was amazed with this story. Penelope manages to put so much into the few pages she had available, and I closed this story wanting to know more about so many things!! Rose's character is VERY interesting, I did NOT see her like that in the beginning!! Reading about her first plotting and then executing her plan was... amazing! I would love to know more about her, just like the subplot with a certain truck needs an explanation! Couldn't put this story down!

Little Tchotchkes by Nicki Scalise
Starting reading this story, my first thought was... "Another vampire-story..." Well, I was wrong. Luckily. It's not that I'm tired of vampire stories it just takes a little extra to make me like them now. They need a twist, something new.
And Little Tchotchkes isn't "just" another vampire story. The POV is from the male character, Marcus. We follow him through his hunts in the night, and when he stumbles over a different girl, someone who is the opposite if him, in all ways. Or so he thinks.
This story is well written but doesn't really speak to me like some of the others did. I liked that it was different, and certainly the ending was a surprise, but there wasn't really anything there that made me want to go and read more of this author. Not based on this short story. I'm not going to cross her off my list or anything, because I have been pleasantly surprised in the past by some authors who wrote short stories that I didn't like, but when they got the space they needed to evolve their characters, it was amazing to read.

I am Serna by Magen McMinimy
I've read the first book in Magen's Immortal Blood series, and I liked that one, so I was curious to see if she would be good at writing short stories as well. She can. I found myself drawn into the story about Damon and his hunt for Serna, his protection off Ariel, a White Witch niece.
Just as Damon arrives to the bar where Ariel works, Demons swarm upon them, and they have to fight for their lives. Although Ariel swore she didn't need protection, it might look like she needs it after all. Trouble is, will either of them keep their heads level when the attraction grows between them?
I liked this story, although I would like to issue one complaint -but that's for later. I got caught into this short story, and loved it - then twist delivered in the ending was spectacular. This was one I did NOT see coming! If you liked this short story, then make sure to read Magen's Immortal Blood series as well - you will see exactly how amazing she is there!
Oh, that's right... the complaint? The story was too short! ;-)

Bloodlines by S.L Dearing
Sascha and Eduard are on the run from General Heinrich Muller. They don't understand why, all they know is that he took their mother when she didn't divulge where they were. The General WANTS them, but the reason is unknown. He might work for the Fuhrer, but he isn't his Boss. Now the children are in France, hiding. But not with just anybody. The children do not know, but the man who is hiding them is their grandfather, and there's more to their bloodline than what meets the eye. Before the end, secrets will come forth, and their Faith will be tested.
This story was amazing to read. It was short (it IS an anthology after all), but Dearing manages to give a full story to perfection. The twist was beautiful made, and showed me that we shouldn't judge a book (or human) by its cover. There's sooo much more than meets the eye. Definitely an author I will look into - I happen to know she just re-released her book; The Gathering!

Metronome by Eaton Thomas Palmer
I think this one was the one that baffled me the most. When I started to read Metronome, I didn't quite understand it. I mean, I know and understand why the bad guys are in prison - but I'm getting ahead of myself. This story takes place in a maximum security prison, where a Dr. Edgar Collins has designed a special program in a try to normalize some of the prisoners. There's one patient/prisoner, who is... well, he's not responding as he should to the treatment. Everyone thinks he's insane, and maybe he is. Who am I to judge? The reason why he is in prison is not normal, but that's a different story, and one you really should read yourself. Gave me the chills though.
The best thing about this story was... the end actually. I really thought the twist Eaton delivered was freaking genius. And truly a work of Karma. The rest of the story.. well, it was good, but.. It wasn't my favorite amongst the stories here. Sorry, but that's my opinion.

All in all, looking at the entire Anthology... It was a good one. I liked the fact that the authors HAD to have a twist in their story, that was the reason for this anthology. It started as a contest actually.
I've read anthologies where I bought the book for one story, and the rest was.. blah. I've read anthologies who directed me to new favorite authors, where the one story I wanted to read was disappointing. This is one of the rare anthologies where I can sit down afterwards and say; I liked every story in this book. I didn't love every story, but there wasn't a story that I skipped or shimmied. I read all of them, liked all the stories, even loved some of them, but didn't dislike or hate anyone of them. So that is a freaking amazing in itself.
So, if you like your stories with a twist, I suggest you make sure to click on some of the buy links in the end. You're not going to regret it. I know I don't. :-)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen FUN! FUN! 10. Juni 2013
Von MJ - Veröffentlicht auf
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First, I have to say I love this concept of pulling together to publish a multi-Indie-author book. Second, some of the stories are incredibly fun and creative! I had a great time picking through them and never knowing what I might find.
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