Macabre Tales

Macabre Tales A collection of weird and wonderful quirky tales for all readers to chill and entertain But none of them could really happen could they The contents include Shape Shift Some things are not what they

  • Title: Macabre Tales
  • Author: TonyThorne
  • ISBN: 9781460906286
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of weird and wonderful, quirky tales for all readers, to chill and entertain But none of them could really happen could they The contents include Shape Shift Some things are not what they seem Brain Leak Time for a medical tale Death on the Fly A case of mutual hacking Euthanasia Inc A solution to a growing problem Farmer s End An early AmA collection of weird and wonderful, quirky tales for all readers, to chill and entertain But none of them could really happen could they The contents include Shape Shift Some things are not what they seem Brain Leak Time for a medical tale Death on the Fly A case of mutual hacking Euthanasia Inc A solution to a growing problem Farmer s End An early American ghost story Ideal Home Just what they wanted to find Indulgence What not to do if you re overweight Micro Voices They can drive you off balance Painfully Redundant A medical progress casualty The Potting Shed One way to prolong your time Serial Vision A TV time terror tale Slimming Plan Surely a rewarding development Slangered Not a good way to increase height Washed Out Sinister visitors arrive in a lonely country house.

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    1. Macabre Tales is a collection of hypothetical, scientific and theoretical short stories. Author has observed some daily life events and written speculative stories on that. Each story is entertaining and full of suspense. e.g. In Dead Ringer, a dead body takes revenge by a phone call. Slimming Plan story is full of suspense, thrills and depicts a murder case. Each story is short and to the point. The author has proved his out-of-the box thinking skills. His imagination coupled with scientific kn [...]

    2. Speculative stories like Macabre Tales makes a person think. As it is entertaining as fiction with logic and elements of fiction, it brings to question the idea of fear. Whether the character is fearful in the story or the reader senses the danger to which an ignorant character does not feel, there is a common theme of control. Some characters face the fear and take control of the situation whereas other characters are not as fortunate. It makes me think of the times in our life in which we try [...]

    3. The Macabre Tales by Tony Thorne are a fascinating collection of short speculative fiction stories. They are well-written in an artistic way while maintaining the technical language and ideas. To dream up these macabre stories with, in some cases, climaxes that you cannot foresee, it is a skill that is not wasted on his avid readers. Themes range from alien life to ancient artifacts with medicine and science in between. Think about playing on a fear in a way that it seamlessly becomes part of yo [...]

    4. Depicting paranormal activities Macabre Tales is a collection of 18 short stories of varied unnatural themes. Vividly reflective, they would capture any readers' undivided attention, as Tony Thorne pursues them one after another. Implant of a bee like artificial intelligence in one the stories, misunderstood as a nasty tumor, actually turns out to be a guardian angel. All stories likewise are knitted seamlessly into such fascinatingly disturbing tales pushing the boundaries of both reality and i [...]

    5. I always prefer short stories collection as I can select which stories do I want to read first. Macabre Tales is a collection of 18 short stories which I ended up reading all.I love a book that capture your attention and keeps you captive and this book has succeeded in doing that. The author, Tony Thorne MBE , writes in a clear and concise manner and that makes this book very easy to read.Strongly recommended for all short stories lovers.

    6. I really liked the characters, the plot and the author's writing style in Macabre Tales. While reading each story I was able to see a mental movie in my imagination about what happened with the characters and each of such movies was really interesting. I liked that each story had a captivating idea behind it and had many interesting twists. I liked this collection of tales and can certainly recommend it.

    7. Tony Thorne's "Macabre Tales" is an eclectic collection of short stories. I don't usually read from this genre, but to me it felt like Edgar Allen Poe. Very interesting little tales that make you think about things. My favorite tale is "Micro-Voices" which involves a character like the host of "Unsolved Mysteries." Thorne just has a way of turning things on their head. A great quick read that stays with you.

    8. This is a collection of tales that are enormously creative and entertaining. They will appeal to all the lovers of science-fiction and fantasy. I found myself reading the whole thing in one sitting, and it has stimulated my imagination tremendously. Well researched and sound tales that really make you think. Highly recommended.

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