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A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in the most dre A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in the most dreadful of ways. Scare Street brings you some of the best short horror stories by authors Ron Ripley, David Longhorn, Eric Whittle, Sara Clancy and A. I. Nasser, all in one book. Together, these stories promise more than just a shiver down the spine and a fear of the dark, but the soft caress of terror that comes with the unknown and the unexpected. Join us through the pages of the best of what Scare Street has to offer, and be sure to bring a night light along with you. You definitely don’t want to be left alone in the dark!


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A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in the most dre A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in the most dreadful of ways. Scare Street brings you some of the best short horror stories by authors Ron Ripley, David Longhorn, Eric Whittle, Sara Clancy and A. I. Nasser, all in one book. Together, these stories promise more than just a shiver down the spine and a fear of the dark, but the soft caress of terror that comes with the unknown and the unexpected. Join us through the pages of the best of what Scare Street has to offer, and be sure to bring a night light along with you. You definitely don’t want to be left alone in the dark!

30 review for Horror Stories (Scare Street Horror Short Stories Book 4)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aurora

    A better than average collection! This set of short stories from various writers had some true gems in it, and I'm looking forward to reading more by these contributors! Definitely worth the time.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenifer

    Ridiculous. I feel only 3 out of the 10 pieces could classify themselves as 'short stories.' The rest didn't even have an ending - not even a horror short story ending. Most of those were like excerpts from a chapter of a short story. Some didn't even make sense enough to infer a meaning. The 3 stories I liked (& the reason I gave this 2 stars instead of 1) were 'Urbex,' 'Museum Quality,' and 'Tell Me Your Name.' They had a good Tales from the Darkside feel to them. Another good piece that h Ridiculous. I feel only 3 out of the 10 pieces could classify themselves as 'short stories.' The rest didn't even have an ending - not even a horror short story ending. Most of those were like excerpts from a chapter of a short story. Some didn't even make sense enough to infer a meaning. The 3 stories I liked (& the reason I gave this 2 stars instead of 1) were 'Urbex,' 'Museum Quality,' and 'Tell Me Your Name.' They had a good Tales from the Darkside feel to them. Another good piece that had a lot of potential was 'Kimberly.' The story 'Scarecrow' that everyone is raving about is a story of horrible child abuse with a tiny bit of creepy at the end. The rest have a lot of nerve calling themselves a short story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    BookLoversLife

    So here we have a deliciously dark selection of horror stories, brought to you by some talented authors! The summary here says it best..."A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in So here we have a deliciously dark selection of horror stories, brought to you by some talented authors! The summary here says it best..."A young woman’s night-time escapade goes eerily wrong. A man is forced to relive the horrible accident that tore his family apart over and over again. An underground thrill through ancient catacombs proves disastrously horrific. A young boy is haunted by the scarecrow in the fields behind his home. And a woman is revisited by the ghost of a psychotic killer in the most dreadful of ways." I'm really impressed with some of these stories. Often times with short stories, I feel like something is missing, but here most of the stories felt complete. I think my favourite was Scarecrow, where a young boy and his sister are abused by their drunken father. The father acquires a scarecrow to watch over the corn fields but the scarecrow keeps moving. Who is moving it and why? This one was equal parts heartbreaking as it was incredibly scary!! I've always been afraid of scarecrows, they are just so so creepy, so this one really frightened me. As in any collection, there are some stories better than others, but all of them are entertaining and worth the read! I've found some new authors to check out!! I'd highly recommend you check out this book, and as I write this review, the kindle edition is free, so grab it and be in for an awesome ride!! Matt Gilcheck read the stories really well. He did a great job bringing the atmosphere of each story to life. *I received this for free but voluntarily reviewed it. This in no way way affected nor influenced my thoughts.*

  4. 5 out of 5

    David Wright

    Outstanding. I was attracted to this compilation because of the contributions from Ron Ripley. Not only was I happy with his input, but the other authors are also of a similar calibre - making this compilation a really great read. The word horror is used frequently, to describe elements that we may find disturbing. Sometimes, to great effect, others, to a grave disappointment. A couple of stories in here tend towards slightly generic (although still good), but the majority will make you feel reall Outstanding. I was attracted to this compilation because of the contributions from Ron Ripley. Not only was I happy with his input, but the other authors are also of a similar calibre - making this compilation a really great read. The word horror is used frequently, to describe elements that we may find disturbing. Sometimes, to great effect, others, to a grave disappointment. A couple of stories in here tend towards slightly generic (although still good), but the majority will make you feel really disturbed. A particular favourite of mine was The Scarecrow - That story was just nasty. If you love horror, get this compilation - it's free, so why not!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Helena Nunes

    A nice gathering of chilling stories. Different authors, different views of horror, quite readable, visual on one's imagination without being dark scary or gore. One can walk through from tale and keep interested to know "what comes next" until the last word. As an enthusiast of psychic terror and wonder I expected a bit more thrills. I had and will recommend this book to my friends, yes! I will keep it in my shelf... For another read... Later again!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Billy Wells

    Much better collection than most. Most of the stories have plots and unlike the majority of other books, the stories have endings. You think I'm kidding, but I' not. Many horror writers write great stories with all the elements of good writing, but the story ends without resolution. I'll never understand why so many authors don't think the ending is important.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Shelly

    A few good mane I was not fully satisfied with the stories. Several stories stretched to find culmination in a questionable ending while others missed the opportunity to fully cultivate characters that found understanding in their perils.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Doreena

    Quick read. There are some pretty good scary stories in here. On more than one occasion, I found myself wishing they would have made the story full length or a novella. That makes for a pretty good little read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Not a bad collection of short horror. These stories were not terribly scary, but they were fairly well written. The only one I really didn't care for was The Sin Eater. I ended up skipping through that one fairly quickly. My favorite, and the creepiest in my opinion, was Kimberly.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jewell Moreno

    A quick read with 10 short stories by a few different authors. Ron Ripley whom I'm a fan has a few. A. I. Nasser is another, his books are a little more darker. Quick easy read while waiting at the doctor's office, which is when I read it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Seth Tucker

    A good collection of short horror stories. I enjoyed reading these. The Scare Street crew is a talented group of writers who can make you squirm in discomfort and seek the shadows for what might be hiding there. A good collection for anyone seeking a fright.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amber (ambereality)

    Ok so this short story collection is actually not bad. The reason I gave it 3 stars is because some of the stories were great but some were not so good. And a few just didn’t make sense and some of the writing was bad. But the good stories were really good! Overall though it was pretty tame for “horror”

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ramonita Torres

    Okay read! I would recommend this book to friends. It didn't really scare me! It was an okay read for me! Ugh!!!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jim Cristini

    Been awhile for some decent horror Not bad. Some of the stories had some decent twists and surprises some god writing from these new authors. Ok

  15. 5 out of 5

    jody scheppmann

    An awesome collection! Each story was unique and the endings were a surprise. Hard to pick out a favorite as they kept me riveted

  16. 4 out of 5

    Caz Parsons

    I had to skip 2/3 of the stories as I just couldn't get into them. But a couple were really good.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ursula Kelly

    I love a good book of short stories and this is one of those books. The 2 stories which I enjoyed the most as they literally had me turning pages were The Sin Eater and The Scarecrow

  18. 4 out of 5

    Billy "D"

    Way better then expected. Definitely a fun ride!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Myers

    Decent short story collection Short and creepy with a B horror style type. Not bad and the authors aren't overly descriptive. Just enough for the creep factor.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Travis Mays

    A great book overall There were a few stories that didn't quite make the cut, but the rest are phenomenal. Love the way it leaves you thinking. Great compilation! 👍👍

  21. 4 out of 5

    Maria Basham

    Good story's, leaving you in suspense. I enjoyed reading this book. My only complaint is it was to condensed. I read it in one sitting. But I felt it was good.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Hidden gems, I won’t add it to my Reading challenge list but I did enjoy some of the short stories.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Divya

    Some stories were good, some were not. Fun to read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kay Oliver

    Loved this anthology. Very talented authors each with a deliciously unique horror tale to satisfy.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    Great read! A fantastic collection of short stories. Each horror story was original and very enjoyable. I highly recommend to those who love tales of terror.

  26. 5 out of 5

    John Naylor

    An interesting collection. Two were genuinely creepy. One I didn't understand. All were readable. You could do worse than this collection. Read them to find out why!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Really great book Loved the stories that were in it and they grabbed my attention!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    *Read for Spookathon*

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    Enjoyed these Definitely will be reading these with my teens this Halloween. I liked them my favorite was Kimberly lol that one sent chills down my spine whooo.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karrie

    keep it up ScareStreet! You can always count on these great authors for a good

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