Unmapped Approaches to Infinity: What is the significance of the giant amber? This is a great way to start the book off. The conclusion is terrifying, with so many perfectly placed details along the way that are certain to creep you out.
The Invisible Girl: A truly fucked up tale involving a doll purchased to fill the void in a family after a miscarriage. I don’t think I will ever shake this one from my memory.
Never Go Back: A man that is just too charismatic, too handsome, too perfect, too good to be true.
The Curious Urologist – The journey to find out what is really going on with a mysterious patient takes the reader on quite a ride. The reality is truly sickening and scary to say the least.
The Hiroshima Maidens: The name says enough, but then again this is crazier than you could ever imagine.
An Ideal Family Holiday: Likely the story that stands out most, we read about a family enjoying a holiday program together on the TV. All seems joyous and great until we get to the bottom of the family ritual. No kidding, this one will hit you like a sledgehammer to the face. I cringed a lot.
Tap That Ass: A small town terrorized by a murderer. This was done so well. I never could’ve predicted the way this ended. Not to mention the details of the killings. Simply WOW.
I will stop now. You have been warned. Yet, I hope for more, that you have also been persuaded to read some John Edward Lawson in the near future by this little ramble.