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Horrors Next Door is a collection of Short Scary Stories which will arouse your senses and puzzle your mind. Some of the stories are inspired by true events. Find out which ones inside this scary collection. “Night Visitors” Once or twice a year, dark creatures show up at the foot of Annie`s bed and take her with them and conduct grisly experiments on her. This is happeni Horrors Next Door is a collection of Short Scary Stories which will arouse your senses and puzzle your mind. Some of the stories are inspired by true events. Find out which ones inside this scary collection. “Night Visitors” Once or twice a year, dark creatures show up at the foot of Annie`s bed and take her with them and conduct grisly experiments on her. This is happening for years now. She doesn’t understand who they are and why they do this. But this, last time, it's different. This time she gets the answers, and nothing on Earth will be the same afterward. “Agatha” A man falls in love with a mysterious timid red-haired girl. As he begins to know more about her, he finds out that her secrets are more complicated than he fathoms. A series of abnormal accidents begin to happen in her presence. Who is she and why does she have these paranormal powers? "Grandpa Jesse" Three months have passed since the death of their grandfather, and sisters Jen and Kim are struggling to cope with the loss. As Jen and Kim spend more time at their grandmother’s house, they slowly begin to realize some specter is visiting her on a daily basis and he means no good.


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Horrors Next Door is a collection of Short Scary Stories which will arouse your senses and puzzle your mind. Some of the stories are inspired by true events. Find out which ones inside this scary collection. “Night Visitors” Once or twice a year, dark creatures show up at the foot of Annie`s bed and take her with them and conduct grisly experiments on her. This is happeni Horrors Next Door is a collection of Short Scary Stories which will arouse your senses and puzzle your mind. Some of the stories are inspired by true events. Find out which ones inside this scary collection. “Night Visitors” Once or twice a year, dark creatures show up at the foot of Annie`s bed and take her with them and conduct grisly experiments on her. This is happening for years now. She doesn’t understand who they are and why they do this. But this, last time, it's different. This time she gets the answers, and nothing on Earth will be the same afterward. “Agatha” A man falls in love with a mysterious timid red-haired girl. As he begins to know more about her, he finds out that her secrets are more complicated than he fathoms. A series of abnormal accidents begin to happen in her presence. Who is she and why does she have these paranormal powers? "Grandpa Jesse" Three months have passed since the death of their grandfather, and sisters Jen and Kim are struggling to cope with the loss. As Jen and Kim spend more time at their grandmother’s house, they slowly begin to realize some specter is visiting her on a daily basis and he means no good.

30 review for Horrors Next Door: Short Scary Stories to play with your mind

  1. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    A fine collection of three supernatural stories. In 'Night Visitors' a young woman is regularly abducted by aliens. A new race should be bred with her help (okay, the subject is a bit trite but the writing was spotless). In Agatha you meet a special kind of a fire child (interesting ideas and new twist to witches). With 'Grandpa Jesse' you get a very eerie story presenting the ghost of a grandfather haunting his former home. All in all a well made set of stories. Recommended! A fine collection of three supernatural stories. In 'Night Visitors' a young woman is regularly abducted by aliens. A new race should be bred with her help (okay, the subject is a bit trite but the writing was spotless). In Agatha you meet a special kind of a fire child (interesting ideas and new twist to witches). With 'Grandpa Jesse' you get a very eerie story presenting the ghost of a grandfather haunting his former home. All in all a well made set of stories. Recommended!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Pratt

    This author really does love to play with your mind. I love authors like that. Reading these stories really makes you think. Even though they are short stories, they do kinda play with your mind. I loved this book so !ugh I read it 3 times slready.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zain

    Short and Sweet! Just tried a new series. The book has three different stories. The third story is kind of like a cliffhanger. All three stories are very good, but the ending guarantees that you will be buying the next book in this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mummy's Naughty Corner

    Well this was short and not so sweet lol. The story was good but I don't like the way it just ended I feel the author could have found a better point to cut it off from. The idea and story line are good and the author really knows how to build suspense. Well this was short and not so sweet lol. The story was good but I don't like the way it just ended I feel the author could have found a better point to cut it off from. The idea and story line are good and the author really knows how to build suspense.

  5. 5 out of 5

    REMEMBER UKRAINE NOW ReadingReindeer

    A wide-ranging and eclectic short story collection, from scientific horror [very sensory and accords with non-fiction accounts] presenting a terrifying Denouement, to pure ghost horror involving character devolution and implacable rage [thanks for those nightmares], with an author whose subconscious must fuel his imagination. I am still having shivers over "Grandpa Jesse" and now worrying over my deceased kin. A wide-ranging and eclectic short story collection, from scientific horror [very sensory and accords with non-fiction accounts] presenting a terrifying Denouement, to pure ghost horror involving character devolution and implacable rage [thanks for those nightmares], with an author whose subconscious must fuel his imagination. I am still having shivers over "Grandpa Jesse" and now worrying over my deceased kin.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Henthorn

    The first short story, 'Night Visitors' is truly chilling - especially right at the end. It is the stuff of horrific abduction documentaries. My favourite was 'Agatha' and her flame-coloured hair. I do love a female protagonist with special powers, but these are not the kind of powers anyone would want. I particularly liked the grandmother setting/plotline. 'The Mask' lasted for nine chapters, I realise there are no rules, but my little reading brain was already in short story mode by then, and The first short story, 'Night Visitors' is truly chilling - especially right at the end. It is the stuff of horrific abduction documentaries. My favourite was 'Agatha' and her flame-coloured hair. I do love a female protagonist with special powers, but these are not the kind of powers anyone would want. I particularly liked the grandmother setting/plotline. 'The Mask' lasted for nine chapters, I realise there are no rules, but my little reading brain was already in short story mode by then, and so I was expecting the ending before the ending! Good story though. Mr Spaulding's haunted house ties the collection up nicely, or should I say creepily?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Bourque (ButterflyReader77)

    3 Stars I want to say thank you to Tom Coleman for giving me a copy of his book "Horrors Next Door". I enjoyed all of the short stories and it was a very quick read at only 49 pages. The stories were just the perfect amount of creepy and not overly scary. There are three stories in total and each one was very different from the other. They offer creatures, paranormal activity, and strange specters. The book kept me in suspense from start finish and I look forward to reading his next installment. 3 Stars I want to say thank you to Tom Coleman for giving me a copy of his book "Horrors Next Door". I enjoyed all of the short stories and it was a very quick read at only 49 pages. The stories were just the perfect amount of creepy and not overly scary. There are three stories in total and each one was very different from the other. They offer creatures, paranormal activity, and strange specters. The book kept me in suspense from start finish and I look forward to reading his next installment.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Julie E. (Bookshelf Adventures)

    I was lucky enough to receive a box set of these books by the author. They are amazing short stories that keep you glancing all around. Definitely don’t read in the dark! Full review here: http://bookshelfadventures.home.blog/... I was lucky enough to receive a box set of these books by the author. They are amazing short stories that keep you glancing all around. Definitely don’t read in the dark! Full review here: http://bookshelfadventures.home.blog/...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ami

    There are definitely elements of horror in this collection of short stories and they have great potential. Horrors Next Door needs a proofreader and an editor to tighten it up and correct multiple grammatical errors. I especially liked the last story but ,as a warning, there is a major cliffhanger at the close. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this ebook from the author and this is my honest and freely given opinion.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sheri Corriero

    I read the Horrors Next Door and was lucky enough to get all five books. They are a collections of short horror stories. I liked that the stories weren't too short. I generally like full-length stories/novels where there is more character and story development. I was surprised with these. There were a few stories that didn't catch me but otherwise most of the stories were great with the right amount of creepiness. There were alot of different types of stories as well so if you don't really like I read the Horrors Next Door and was lucky enough to get all five books. They are a collections of short horror stories. I liked that the stories weren't too short. I generally like full-length stories/novels where there is more character and story development. I was surprised with these. There were a few stories that didn't catch me but otherwise most of the stories were great with the right amount of creepiness. There were alot of different types of stories as well so if you don't really like one, keep reading!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

    Night Visitors - such an eerie concept and I thought it was gruesome. This story encouraged me to keep reading and I was left horrified and fearful at the end! Agatha - A good short story that kept me interested. A predictable ending but still enjoyable. The third one I can't even remember the name and I just finished, but I didn't read it all. A lot of spelling errors and a weird duality of two characters that wasn't split out very well and was confusing. The haunted house was good but didn't ma Night Visitors - such an eerie concept and I thought it was gruesome. This story encouraged me to keep reading and I was left horrified and fearful at the end! Agatha - A good short story that kept me interested. A predictable ending but still enjoyable. The third one I can't even remember the name and I just finished, but I didn't read it all. A lot of spelling errors and a weird duality of two characters that wasn't split out very well and was confusing. The haunted house was good but didn't make a lot of sense. I felt confused and deflated at the end.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tehnehn Kaijaah Edwards

    Every single story was entertaining and pretty well written. There was good characters development and each story had a unique twist. I highly recommend it and greatly enjoyed it. My fave had to have been Agatha as it reminds me of Carrie and Firestarter by Stephen King. I also really enjoyed the final story and will be reading the second collection so I can find out if her bestie finds out what happened to Sarah. Great read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Zola Blue

    Scary Stories The stories were very good and for a horror book I found the collections stimulating. I wanted to finish the stories to find out what happened. This is my first book by this author but I like his writing and will buy the next book. The book is prefect for reading alone and for those that like horror stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Luigi

    I'm a bit confused. The book seemed to start off like a high school kid telling a story around a campfire. No real depth or substance. Yet later in the book, there was a lot more depth. I'm wondering if there was an element of self-indulgence, including stories that were OK but not really good, to help fill the pages. There was enough substance to keep me reading to the end. I'm a bit confused. The book seemed to start off like a high school kid telling a story around a campfire. No real depth or substance. Yet later in the book, there was a lot more depth. I'm wondering if there was an element of self-indulgence, including stories that were OK but not really good, to help fill the pages. There was enough substance to keep me reading to the end.

  15. 5 out of 5

    C.J

    I really liked this book, the stories are just how I like it, short and sweet. Right from the first page to the last was really good. And now, I have to get the other books cos I hate cliffhangers lol. I really want to find out what happened to Jessica. Nice one Coleman, what a nice strategy to get people to buy the rest of the books lol.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Trina

    Even though these are short stories they still manage to pack a powerful punch. There is enough chills in these few pages to keep you up at night, so I do not recommend reading before going to bed. Even though I finished reading them all a while ago; they have still remained with me and still left me with chills. I am now committed to reading all of the Horrors Next Door and probably having some sleepless nights, thanks Tom Coleman!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Christina Collins

    I really love short horror stories. I was even happy to have finished the last stories of Mr. Spaulding. How insane that story was. It drove me crazy, I'll admit when it came to an abrupt stop and had to read the others which were still great, but I was glad to find out what caused him to become this psycho. Awesome read! I really love short horror stories. I was even happy to have finished the last stories of Mr. Spaulding. How insane that story was. It drove me crazy, I'll admit when it came to an abrupt stop and had to read the others which were still great, but I was glad to find out what caused him to become this psycho. Awesome read!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Martha Bolding

    So very disappointing.... These were the worst attempts at writing a story I have ever tried to read. No plots, no character development, and no end! They just stop. Nothing is resolved, nothing to be afraid of..don’t know where the ‘horror’ figures in. Don’t waste your time!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Burns

    Loved it! Three quick reads. Three horror shorts. Each one different than the other. The first one, was good. The other two were better. One about a lady, who makes fire. The third one, about a serial killer no one expects.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shawnae Aiu

    This set if stories is truly scary. Each one is relatable and makes you think twice. Knowing some are based on true events intensified my reading experience. If you enjoy scary tales this book is for you!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tim Shepard

    Decent Worth reading through once. The stories are not scary, for the most part but can certainly get the reader to thinking. Enjoyable. The wording seemed oddly done and made it difficult to read at times.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Clair McRae

    Awful book. It was as if it had been badly translated by someone who has never heard of grammar. So many weird sentences that made no sense, repetition, apostrophes chucked in willy nilly. Don't waste your time. Awful book. It was as if it had been badly translated by someone who has never heard of grammar. So many weird sentences that made no sense, repetition, apostrophes chucked in willy nilly. Don't waste your time.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vedran

    I really enjoyed reading Tom ˙s stories. Love the thrill and mystery behind each story, you never know what to expect. The thrill goes through the whole story.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christina Robinson

    Amazing I loved how these short stories were told. Every ending was cool. A most read if u want a short stories!

  25. 5 out of 5

    M Gordon

    Good read I’m impressed at how well the story is being told. The characters were impressive too. All I have to say is good job.

  26. 4 out of 5

    A Roman

    Thoroughly enjoyed! Each story has a unique twist. Sure to please especially for late night reads. Good writing skills too. Will read again!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    Short but not so sweet,, Good book ,great short stories ,ones to make you think about locking your doors,well worth the buy ,read inbetween chores ,errands,,,,,

  28. 4 out of 5

    Roxanne

    Another good read This book was really good. I enjoy reading this one. The house next door ending was a real surprise to me.

  29. 5 out of 5

    David Jones

    Very good ! Doesn't Disappoint! Very good book of short stories! I highly recommend it. I will most certainly be purchasing more book's by Tom Coleman! Very good ! Doesn't Disappoint! Very good book of short stories! I highly recommend it. I will most certainly be purchasing more book's by Tom Coleman!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Christy Myers

    Great collection Good stories that are just a little creepy and make you want to keep reading to find out what happens at the end.

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