Things We Didn’t Ask by Shannon Smith (Book Review #385)

Things we didn’t ask is a collection of fictional horror stories. The tales all focus on things that women would be terrified from and so it takes on a gender-biased role of separate stories that the reader will enjoy for Halloween.

There are 6 stories in this short book, and as each tale has its own storyline, the reader can go by reading it in sections. Zombies, psychopaths, and other anthology submissions take over this book one by one offering insights into subjects like Violence against women, pain implied against male or a female character, the loss of a child, alcoholics, ghosts, suicide and much more.

Although generally, this would not be my kind of book to read, I still did enjoy the way it was put together. The author has talent in telling short stories, and they certainly were full of horror.

I believe people that enjoy suspense, thriller, horror stories would really find this novella appealing. One thing is for sure, you can have a story on almost every night of the week.

Written by Jeyran Main

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