Having myself just published a collection of creepy short stories, my interest in this book seemed inevitable, as it brings together “bite-sized” stories one can read in a matter of minutes. A mixture of horror, terror, disturbing, paranormal, and just plain weird, the stories are, for the most part, well written. The strength of this collection comes from the sometimes disturbing exploration of taboo emotions from the unique lens of childhood innocence without the typical blanket of adult rationalization. Scattered amongst stories that were a little difficult to understand, or those with predictable endings, were highly polished gems, the ones that will keep you awake way into the night, wondering about your own darkest thoughts.
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Book Review: Baby Teeth: Bite-sized Tales of Terror, Edited by Dan Rabarts and Lee Murray
November 2, 2013