How To Eat A Human Being

How To Eat A Human Being The latest collection of short horror stories from Dan Dillard author of Demons and Other Inconveniences and Giving Up The Ghost Recipe Two parts evil one part dark fill the rest with fear Add a da

  • Title: How To Eat A Human Being
  • Author: Dan Dillard
  • ISBN: 9781477571521
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • The latest collection of short horror stories from Dan Dillard, author of Demons and Other Inconveniences and Giving Up The Ghost Recipe Two parts evil, one part dark, fill the rest with fear Add a dash of sarcasm and serve it with a beer The title comes from a poem that is a tongue and cheek look at a cooking class for the cannibalistic Refractions, a story of a wrThe latest collection of short horror stories from Dan Dillard, author of Demons and Other Inconveniences and Giving Up The Ghost Recipe Two parts evil, one part dark, fill the rest with fear Add a dash of sarcasm and serve it with a beer The title comes from a poem that is a tongue and cheek look at a cooking class for the cannibalistic Refractions, a story of a writer who finds his reflection in the mirror to be somewhat of a hassle In Organ Donors, an ambulance driver harvests his clients for a dark purpose And Eye For An Eye shows a man can go mad after losing his wife.

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    1. Dan Dillard's How To Eat a Human Being, is a collection of both poetry and short stories. Per usual with his writings, Dillard leads wild ride through the darker side of human nature and introduces seven unforgettable characters and their demons.Sinister and bleak, the stories carry a realism that chills the spine beneath the weight. Creating sympathetic characters with tangible flaws allows for more investment in their survival, no matter how heavily their peril is foreshadowed. Clever and clea [...]

    2. A great collection of short stories all with a horror twist that end quite abruptly, leaving the reader suspended, stewing in their own thoughts. A new Stephan King that would, rather than drag out an idea, make his grisly point and move onto the next. Not the best recipe book for cannibals but a great read!

    3. I got this as a free edition on the kindle. I'd probably have liked it more if there hadn't been nearly as much warning/copyright notice/pleas to make sure the author gets paid as story. if I had paid for it, I'd probably be pissed off seems more like a teaser intro to a possssible story.

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