Dreadful Legacies



[Download] ➵ Dreadful Legacies By George Wilhite – E17streets4all.co.uk Do we control our own destinies, are or we born this way Does the blood in our veins, the code in our DNA, determine our fate The authors of these stories and poems explore the theme of family legacie Do we control our own destinies, are or we born this way Does the blood in our veins, the code in our DNA, determine our fate The authors of these stories and poems explore the theme of family legacies through the lens of dark fiction.Dreadful Legacies

I have been an aficionado of the horror genre most of my life The fascination began as a child, staying up late and watching Creature Features late at night with my father I grew up in one of the golden eras of horror films Hammer Horror was in full swing and as I grew older the iconoclasts came on the scene Carpenter, Craven and Argento Weekends at the drive ins often the only venues that would show these features were a mainstay of my early adult lifeMeanwhile, I was reading constantly as I still do all the masters of horror, working my way through the entire canon of Poe and Lovecraft multiple times Harlan Ellison and EC Comics, and later Stephen King were also a main ingredient of my literary diet I was introduced to Tolkien and Stephen R Donaldson at an early age as well and also enjoy Epic Fantasy I still am required to maintain full time employment, I spend most of my spare time writing short stories, novellas and screenplaysIn addition to my first collection, On the Verge of Madness, my stories have appeared in numerous print anthologies and online magazines.

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  • Paperback
  • 376 pages
  • Dreadful Legacies
  • George Wilhite
  • English
  • 04 December 2019
  • 1490913084

10 thoughts on “Dreadful Legacies

  1. says:

    I am a bit confused for one By the description I assumed this book was about fact not fiction Not to say that I do not enjoy it, just was a bit perplexed when they mentioned such things as shapeshifters and the like I do rather enjoy it so far I love the morbid and gory short stories the best Also like the fact that at the end of each story there is a written link to follow and seeof the authors work will revise this when done the book

  2. says:

    I received this book through the First Reads Giveaway I thought this book was interesting and I liked how there were different little stories and you never knew what the next one would be about, even if they were a little morbid andthan once they left my mouth hanging open

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