Dark Corners Review

The Horror Hothouse

A hospital patient with no vital signs but full of life, a job offer for a Death Row prisoner and a mob enforcer who finds religion goes and knocks on the wrong old lady’s door wanting to talk about God. These are just a few of the stories to be found inside Michael Bray’s Dark Corners. All of the twelve stories in this dark anthology are linked together, sometimes this is through shared plot threads, and sometimes it’s something as simple as a walk on by a character at a party. It all adds tremendously to the fun of reading these competently written tales. In a way this weaving together of plot elements reminded me of Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, even though each of the stories in Dark Corners is a self-contained unit that stands up to reading on its own. I can’t help thinking that it might…

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