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by Andrew Hannon

ePub Thirteen Volume Two download
Andrew Hannon
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 13, 2010)
Genre Fiction
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Thirteen Volume Two - Andrew Hannon. Then there are your freeloaders, who leaf through ‘Thirteen Volume One’ in the book shops and the libraries, so eager to see what the fuss is about that they miss the ride. Just so everyone is singing from the same hymn sheet: You want this to work? Play along and try it.

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Thirteen Volume Two : Volume Two. by Andrew Hannon. Get your hands on Thirteen Volume Two. To see reactions to the first volume

Thirteen Volume Two : Volume Two. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781453898529.

Contains 35 terrifying stories, including the controversial and notorious 'The Dare', a short story so genuinely creepy that the publishers insist you do not read it alone.

Thirteen Volume Two - eBook. Thirty four short horror and sci-fi stories from across the world, including the notorious short story 'The Dare', which generated a craze on YouTube as people posted videos of their terrified reactions. Thirteen Volume Two - eBook.

Thirteen Volume Two. Andrew Hannon. Fiction & Literature. Publisher Description.

Horror fan? Are you fan enough? Following on from the controversial and notorious Thirteen Volume One comes the next instalment of terror. Thirty-five short horror stories are presented here, including the notorious short story 'The Dare', written by the same writer of 'The Magic', which resulted in the first volume being banned in Italy because of the controversy it caused. Get your hands on Thirteen Volume Two. To see reactions to the first volume, search thirteenvolumeone on YouTube or visit "TERRIFYING. Do not read it alone." - Johann Hari, award winning journalist of The Independent and The New York Times
  • Creepy stories and i do not want kids reading this... at least be 17+

  • Guess what? All three of the other reviews are marketing plants, just like all those padded ratings and reviews on IMDB. Two of the reviewers have only reviewed books by this publisher... a dead giveaway.

    There are literally dozens of better horror anthologies out there, more deserving of your hard earned dollar: the Borderlands series, edited by the Monteleones, and anything by Thomas Ligotti, just to name a few. These books are amateurish at best and rely more on viral marketing than good writing.

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