I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Underleaf by Gina Dickerson
Also by this author: Kaelia Awakening, The Pennington Christmas Curse, Kaelia Falling
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on 29th July 2012
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, General, Horror/Thriller, Paranormal
Source: for a Blog Tour
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A house with a disturbing secret, jealousy which turns deadly, heartbreak in more ways than one, and people who aren’t quite what they seem make up a few of the stories within this collection.
Turn the pages and discover that there is more to each tale as you venture Underleaf…
A collection of sixteen short stories
Firstly thank you to Jenny and Gina for letting me take part in this blog tour. This is a perfect book tour to be hosting on Halloween.
This books is a collection of 16 short stories.I have to say I’ve never been a big short story person mainly because I never find them to be enough. I always want more. However Gina has a way of making these stories the perfect length.
There are a mix of themes throughout the stories from scary and twisty to revenge and betrayal. Some of these are pretty scary though and I wouldn’t advise reading them before going to sleep.
A few of my were Prevailing Darkness, Perfect girl and Sushi Cake. I don’t know why but I was drawn to these stories.
This book was different to my normal reads and it was a refreshing change. Each little story can be read quite quickly. It was great to read in my study breaks this weekend and a perfect Halloweeny read.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: