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  1. 4 out of 5

    REMEMBER UKRAINE NOW ReadingReindeer

    I ADORE this short story! 35 pages of sheer excitement, suspense, terror, emotional rollercoaster! It was wonderful! Weirdly, bizarrely, creatively imaginative! How the author came up with this Entity is beyond me--but so glad she did! I'm ready to go read this again! What a great Christmas Horror! REMEMBER: The Devil isn't the only Entity eager to make lopsided bargains. :( I ADORE this short story! 35 pages of sheer excitement, suspense, terror, emotional rollercoaster! It was wonderful! Weirdly, bizarrely, creatively imaginative! How the author came up with this Entity is beyond me--but so glad she did! I'm ready to go read this again! What a great Christmas Horror! REMEMBER: The Devil isn't the only Entity eager to make lopsided bargains. :(

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael Goodwin

    A divorced father, desperate to make his teenage daughter happy for the holidays, is delivered a heavy blow: she wants to move in with her mother full-time. He seeks out assistance from someone he hopes can help: a devious, blood-hungry monster named the Tricker-Treater. What follows is a twisted game that makes you wonder who the monster really is. Briana has created something unique with the Tricker-Treater. He's a monster, but its evil is focused on highlighting the monsters within the people A divorced father, desperate to make his teenage daughter happy for the holidays, is delivered a heavy blow: she wants to move in with her mother full-time. He seeks out assistance from someone he hopes can help: a devious, blood-hungry monster named the Tricker-Treater. What follows is a twisted game that makes you wonder who the monster really is. Briana has created something unique with the Tricker-Treater. He's a monster, but its evil is focused on highlighting the monsters within the people who summon it. He gives people what they want, but the real horror arrives when people see what the reality of their darkest desires is. I first met the Tricker-Treater earlier this year in Briana's story collection THE TRICKER-TREATER AND OTHER STORIES, which was phenomenal. I was glad to have another chance to see this devious monster at work, and I hope its not the last.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex | | findingmontauk1

    Move over, Krampus, there's a new contender for dark creature of the year in Briana Morgan's latest short story, A TRICKER-TREATER CHRISTMAS. In this quick read, Morgan really paints a picture of a man and father down on his luck, at his wit's end, and about to lose the last thing he truly cares about: his daughter. With a dash of a Faustian deal, some Russian Roulette, and a little Jigsaw psycho-analysis, you won't expect what happens as this story catapults you to that shocking final scene. De Move over, Krampus, there's a new contender for dark creature of the year in Briana Morgan's latest short story, A TRICKER-TREATER CHRISTMAS. In this quick read, Morgan really paints a picture of a man and father down on his luck, at his wit's end, and about to lose the last thing he truly cares about: his daughter. With a dash of a Faustian deal, some Russian Roulette, and a little Jigsaw psycho-analysis, you won't expect what happens as this story catapults you to that shocking final scene. Definitely a fun and thought-provoking read that you should check out!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Leona

    Quick read that will have you wanting more This is a follow up to Morgan's The Tricker-Treater and Others Stories, an absolutely fantastic short story collection. At 35 pages, this a quick and engrossing read. Luke is a divorced, single father whose world is shaken when his daughter tells him that she would rather live with her mother. Instead of speaking with her, he goes another route and evokes the Tricker-Treater asking for his wish to be granted. This story is definitely worth checking out, Quick read that will have you wanting more This is a follow up to Morgan's The Tricker-Treater and Others Stories, an absolutely fantastic short story collection. At 35 pages, this a quick and engrossing read. Luke is a divorced, single father whose world is shaken when his daughter tells him that she would rather live with her mother. Instead of speaking with her, he goes another route and evokes the Tricker-Treater asking for his wish to be granted. This story is definitely worth checking out, you won't be disappointed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mona Kabbani

    Such a creepy little holiday short. I love the story of the Tricker-Treater and want to read more about this dapper monster!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jaydeep Shah

    I also have read some other books by the author, and she always comes up with great stories. Briana never fails to entertain the readers. Very well written story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kristina ||

    Briana wrote another banger! This is about a single father who is down on his luck on Christmas and gets some added bad news that encourages him to call on the help from the "Tricker-Treater." Briana did a great job with connecting this back to her short story collection but you don't have to read that before reading this..just fyi. BUT if you have read it, I feel it made the story even more fun because you already know the Tricker-Treater and get to see what new game he came up with now. There wa Briana wrote another banger! This is about a single father who is down on his luck on Christmas and gets some added bad news that encourages him to call on the help from the "Tricker-Treater." Briana did a great job with connecting this back to her short story collection but you don't have to read that before reading this..just fyi. BUT if you have read it, I feel it made the story even more fun because you already know the Tricker-Treater and get to see what new game he came up with now. There was way more emotion in this than I was expecting for a short story and it added such a heartbreaking element to the narrative. I enjoyed all the reveals and was surprised by them--it had me going, "wwhhhaaaaatttt." If you like the SAW movies then you just might like this one.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Miguel Gonçalves

    Briana Morgan revisits her monstrous desire-granting creation from The Tricker-Treater, and Other Stories, although this time it's here for the holidays. The Tricker-Treater is back with devious games that end up making you wonder who the real monster of the story is. It leaves you wondering how far you're willing to go to get what you want. In this case, a divorced father wants to provide for his daughter. However, he's thrown a curve ball that makes him reach for the one that can get him what he Briana Morgan revisits her monstrous desire-granting creation from The Tricker-Treater, and Other Stories, although this time it's here for the holidays. The Tricker-Treater is back with devious games that end up making you wonder who the real monster of the story is. It leaves you wondering how far you're willing to go to get what you want. In this case, a divorced father wants to provide for his daughter. However, he's thrown a curve ball that makes him reach for the one that can get him what he wants, as long as he chooses someone he loves and someone he hates to play a game. But wishes don't always turn out as we think they will, as he'll soon find out. In about thirty pages Briana weaves a tale of struggle, love,and despair. A tale that will leave you craving more. It's a quick read but one that will make you blood run and your heart beat faster. I, for one, can't wait to see which will be the next Tricker-Treater game, and what Briana's writing will grace us with. Just remember, be careful what you wish for.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ash Holmquist

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. “Trick or treat, trick or treat - nothing like a game to beat.” A Tricker-Treater Christmas by Briana Morgan is hands down my favorite book by her so far. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! It starts with Raven telling her father, Luke, that she wants to live with her mom and her moms boyfriend. Luke finds information on how to summon the Tricker-Treater - play a game with him and he’ll grant your wish. Luke chooses to play the game with Raven and Kendra, his ex wife. The game is Russian Roulette. While playing, Luke “Trick or treat, trick or treat - nothing like a game to beat.” A Tricker-Treater Christmas by Briana Morgan is hands down my favorite book by her so far. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! It starts with Raven telling her father, Luke, that she wants to live with her mom and her moms boyfriend. Luke finds information on how to summon the Tricker-Treater - play a game with him and he’ll grant your wish. Luke chooses to play the game with Raven and Kendra, his ex wife. The game is Russian Roulette. While playing, Luke has to reveal why he chose to play the game. In response, Kendra tells him that Raven isn’t his daughter as she had a three year affair while they were married and the dates don’t add up. On his final turn, Luke spins the barrel and suddenly fires the gun at Kendra - killing her and winning the game. After this Raven wants nothing to do with Luke since he shot her mom. In the end Luke loses Raven anyways. Be careful what you wish for - it might come true in the worst of ways. ⁣

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Stewart

    🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 to A Tricker-Treater Christmas by Briana Morgan. Briana has become one of those writers for me that whenever they release something I have to put down whatever I’m reading and dive in right away. And a treat Briana has for readers this holiday season. If you like a little spooky with your Christmas season then this story is for you, especially if deals with the devil are your thing. I won’t spoil anymore, only say that this is a delightfully fiendish story for the holidays. Perfect for read 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 to A Tricker-Treater Christmas by Briana Morgan. Briana has become one of those writers for me that whenever they release something I have to put down whatever I’m reading and dive in right away. And a treat Briana has for readers this holiday season. If you like a little spooky with your Christmas season then this story is for you, especially if deals with the devil are your thing. I won’t spoil anymore, only say that this is a delightfully fiendish story for the holidays. Perfect for reading in one go, or if your like me to cure the boredom of standing in line at a clothes shop.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mary-Ann Maronski

    A great little treat of a story from Briana Morgan featuring the return of her Tricker-Treater character. The story is dark, and terrifying with plenty of unexpected twists as the plot progresses. It is a great read for Christmas or really any time of year.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Varian Ross

    This was SO much fun! Also quite an emotional punch in just 35 pages. Fantastic!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Careful what you wish for in this quick read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Seth Andurzz

    a quick but brutally emotional holiday horror tale. what exactly will you do in the name of love and what happens when it's done and you can't take it back? a quick but brutally emotional holiday horror tale. what exactly will you do in the name of love and what happens when it's done and you can't take it back?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marina

    A great addition This was so much fun! Brianna Morgan delivers again. A great addition to what I hope will be an ever-growing Tricker-Treater universe!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katharine Francis

    I just finished this short story last night and I'd be interested in seeing other stories featuring the Tricker Treater. Full review coming soon to Year of the Author on YouTube. I just finished this short story last night and I'd be interested in seeing other stories featuring the Tricker Treater. Full review coming soon to Year of the Author on YouTube.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Benny Contreras

    What a twist! Such an awesome short read, Briana has a talent for writing horror stories! What a twist! Always be careful what you wish for ladies and gentlemen..

  18. 5 out of 5

    amal kabbani

    spooky holiday themed horror! The tricker-treater is both dapper and terrifying! Definitely loved his dialogue and got some major chills from this horror short!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Raul Reads

    This is was a phenomenal, dark and twisted story. This is a new holiday classic. A short read that demands to finished in one sitting

  20. 5 out of 5

    H. Everend

    And this is why we don't make deals with Tricker-Treater! The first time I read about this ghastly character was in Morgan's short collection "The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories" -- instant hit for me! I want more of this character and this short did not disappoint at all! I felt horrible for the daughter in this story and while the father attempted to have good intentions, he should have just been straight up with his kid instead of getting Tricker-Treater involved...there's no good time the And this is why we don't make deals with Tricker-Treater! The first time I read about this ghastly character was in Morgan's short collection "The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories" -- instant hit for me! I want more of this character and this short did not disappoint at all! I felt horrible for the daughter in this story and while the father attempted to have good intentions, he should have just been straight up with his kid instead of getting Tricker-Treater involved...there's no good time there when IT has to be called on to help "fight your battle" (more or less). But is the cost worth it? Guess that's up to you to determine.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Fields

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karto

  23. 5 out of 5

    Chris Hausen

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Sanders

  25. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Tumblety

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Gonzalez-Collazo IG - Shereadswithcoffee

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Brocklehurst

  28. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Repella Jones

  29. 4 out of 5

    Raquel Fontão

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Skaldebø

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