Review for…And They All Live Happily Ever After

Hello Readers : )

I have another great review for you today with a giveaway included.

First however, a sneak peek at the book.

 

 

Title: And They All Lived Happily Ever After!

Author: Crystal Connor

Published: Self Published – August 14th, 2012

Genre: Horror Anthology

Word Count: 65,306

Book Blurb:

Fourteen short stories of horror, science fiction, and fantasy; 65,306 words of terror by a single author who clearly intends to one day be known as a Master in the genre.

 

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Short Excerpt:

There’s a whole host of benefits allotted to those, who, like myself, possess these very specialized sets of skills. One of the benefits is, that afterward, you sleep really good at night and I mean really good. What? Well, it’s true, it’s hard to believe I know, but trust me it’s true. Sam, my uncle, sent me to this exotic land that used to smell of frankincense and myrrh. He sent us there, my brothers-in-arms and me, so that we could become proficient in the art of death. We we’re good at what we did, because now it only smells of gun powder, burnt oil, and death. That’s a hell of a predicament you’ve found yourself in, isn’t it? Well at least now you know I’m good with a gun and thanks to my Uncle Sam I am also very comfortable with a blade. This ten inch beauty here is a staple, its sharp enough to be use a machete. But this one, with the gut hook, is my all time favorite and I’ll show you why here in a minute. Now, I can understand why you broke into my home, these are tough times, and a guys gotta eat I get that. I do. Maybe I would have let you live if you had simply demanded my money and jewels, but, then again, I was never known for being charitable.

 

My Review:

If you’ve read my previous reviews you will come to notice I never reveal details about the story I’m reviewing because it’s up to each person to find out what goes on in the book/novel. If you’ve paid attention to this detail then most of you know its common ground for me to write only about my reasons for either disliking or liking a book.

With that said, let’s go on with the review.

And They Will Live Happily Ever After is a great read!

I love horror books so it came as no surprise to me how much I would come enjoy this anthology. Each story is gripping and attention grabbing. There’s a mixture of comicality, horror, and insight in each individual tale, which I happened to appreciate a lot.

My favorite part about this book? Well, it has fourteen short horror stories. It doesn’t get any better than that.

The author did an amazing job at separating each story to where you don’t feel as if you’re reading a rewrite of the previous one. Instead, each short tale has its own unique visual elements to project to the reader.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.

 

About the author:

With seemingly alchemical powers, the stories penned by award-winning author Crystal Connor are amalgamations of horror and science fiction, truth and fable, past and present. Using her ballpoint like a magic wand she inscribes tales of terror that you won’t soon forget.

Crystal belongs to both The Seattle Women’s Writing Group and The Black Science Fiction Society. The Darkness, Crystal’s first full length novel, is a two time Award Winning Finalist in the International Book Awards 2011 fiction categories of Cross Genre Fiction and Multicultural Fiction.

 

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Giveaway Details:

There is a tour wide giveaway for anyone who would like to include it in their tour posts. There are three print copies of And They All Lived Happily Ever After included in this tour wide giveaway. This giveaway is International.

Enter Now For A Chance To Win:

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