December 1, 2011
What Fears Become: An anthology from the Horror Zine Edited by Jeani Rector Review
Review by: Terry Morgan
Review posted 12/01/2011
What scares you in the night? What makes you even fear going to the bathroom unless there is a light everywhere you go?
In What Fears Become: An anthology from the Horror Zine Edited by Jeani Rector, you will once again sense that fear, drive yourself to the brink of insanity or beyond. Stories that deal with a cut leg replaced by a dog leg and to boot done by kids in the story Dogleg by Bentley Little, a guy who sleeps with a woman one second and then finds her this creature who gnaws at him in Gnaw by Lala Drona to Mall walkers by Chris Reed where a boy suddenly can't figure out where all the time went in his life.
There is also some great poetry in here. One that caught my eye was By John T. Carney. His poem entitled, The Ghoul was not only dark, but a meaning beyond any meaning that one could see at face value.
An added bonus is the artists' section. I do love dark art and this is filled with some very talented artists.
I really loved this book. It had so many great stories, poems and art to fill my goodie quota all year long.