A collection of forty-four scary stories that will send chills down your spine even on a hot summer night.
- Book Intro
Hush! Don’t ask any questions! Don’t let your imagination take flight! The forty-four scary stories will leave a lasting impression. Willian Shakespeare defined the nature of horror as follows: “Present fears are less than horrible imaginings.” Without imagination, we will be free from fear. Given this, true fear lies in stories that stay with us and haunt us time and again long after we hear them.
Never-ending Horror Stories presents thrilling stories with modern sensibilities that will make readers tremble with fear. The stories capture the nature of fear in various situations around us. There are incidents and situations that anyone might have experienced or imagined: a group of university students running into a disaster on a trip, an eerie situation brought about by a missing mobile phone, and the bizarre behavior of a cousin that you haven’t seen in a long time.
The horror of everyday life that anyone may have imagined before feels creepier than ever! These stories will wake up the desire for horror lurking deep inside you. The authors deal with a wide range of themes and use everyday language to draw us in and develop situations with speed, accelerating to the climax of fear.
To varying degrees, we all feel ‘fear’. Fear can bring strange pleasure and alleviate stress, which explains why we’re drawn to horror films and stories. This book will bring out the fear inherent in you and make you experience fear in a special way. Are you ready to feel true fear? These stories will send chills down your spine. You’ll be able to recall them clearly even when you close your eyes.
- About the Author
A Room Full of Screams
A Room Full of Screams is a group of people who record and share ghost stories from all over the world and real-life horror experiences. These stories are not reserved for special people, and therefore fill our hearts with fear every night. The world is full of mysteries that cannot be explained by science. Can you come up with logical explanations for those stories? If you cannot, you, too, can be a protagonist of a horror story.
The Last Horror on Earth is a collection of stories passed down orally or recorded in the margins of notebooks over many years. Once you start turning the pages, you will encounter the horror that has been hovering around you. This book is not for the faint-hearted.