Publisher: Mike Bennett Pages: 72 Genre: Short Stories, Horror Published: 2011-03-28 Original Language: English
An anthology of three stories from the podcast series, "Hall of Mirrors: Tales of Horror and The Grotesque".
Hair and Skin: Millionaire, Charles Mason has a grotesque idea for a hair transplant that stops one step short of horrific. Fortunately, his personal surgeon is sick enough to take the extra steps necessary to make Charles's dream come true.
The Grave: Jack starts a series of increasingly unpleasant events when he
makes a pass at suspected "wrong boy", Dave.
The Haslet Technique: Lottery winner, Jim Haslet finds himself caught up in a bizarre nightmare when he and his wife are kidnapped by people even weirder than Jim is.
"Hall of Mirrors is a refreshingly fun experience ... you'll love every strange and grotesque moment!" - Michael A. Arnzen, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of, "Proverbs for Monsters".
Read from 2013-01-10 to 2013-01-19 Read in English Rating: 4/5 Review:
Three very short stories, ranging from the surrealistic, to the weird, to the grotesque. I may be favourably inclined towards these stories as I have fond memories of listening to the brilliantly read podcast-versions years ago. They are still entertaining in written form, and well worth the time it takes to read them.