I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Through A Broken Window by L.F. Falconer
on March 10, 2014
Pages: 184 pages
Take a peek, if you dare, and step into a world that balances upon the fringes of sanity. Meet seven-year-old Ronnie who develops an unhealthy appetite for cranberries--or Andre, a traveler who wanders into the wrong neck of the woods. Meet the ghosts of Virginia City, Nevada, and pray you never cross paths with the Devil of the Desatoya. Ten dark tales of the strange and deranged, this collection of short stories is sure to appeal to the darker side of even the squeamish, so don't be shy. Take a look. See for yourself what lies behind the broken window.
Through A Broken Window: Ten Dark Tales Of The Strange And Deranged By L.F Falconer is a compilation of short and long horror, Grimm like, fairy-tale stories.
Each story fell short on the gore factor. From the synopsis, I was expecting to be spooked by the stories, but I unfortunately that did not happen. Although, the two stories that stood out were “Christmas Cranberries” and “Sylvan Rain.” These two were original and had unexpected ending. With some of the other stories, I wish the author would have gone into more detail, and then they might not have seemed so rushed.
Reviewed by: Billie Jo