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  1. says:

    This is the best short story collection I have read As a fan of the historically spooky, this book has it all I particularly enjoyed the Elizathabethan era story and Griddlebone All authors place an intesting twist on known even in history Highly recommended I won this book from Goodreads, First Reads.

  2. says:

    A very well written and put together anthology that combines two of my loves, History and horror Most of the stories contained enough historical fact that make the creepy element seem just right Only complaint was that some of them weren t full length novels

  3. says:

    Anthologies are a wonderful way to get to know authors you ve never read The very nature of anthologies means that you ll find some stories that leave you shivering, some that are just fine, and a few that just aren t for you Sins of the Past is an anthology that focuses on the horrors of the past, and the hidden forces that didn t make the history books.While there are a few of the usual suspects werewolves, demons and ghosts the collection also includes supernatural creepers from India, Africa, and Russia I also noticed that many stories deal with war, which didn t surprise me War is horror, no matter which side you re on.Here s a look at some of the stories that I enjoyed Melusina by Kristin Roahrig This story is set in the 18th century, during the French Revolution A young Swiss man, believed to be cursed by a ghost who haunts his family leaves home to become a soldier He finds work as a Swiss Guard at the French castle of Tuileries When the castle is stormed by an angry mob, and the Swiss Guard is called to fight, will the curse damn him or save him Blending the story of a family ghost into a historic battle is a good example of everything I liked about this anthology.Another story I enjoyed was Traitor Coward Betrayer by Joseph Lofthouse Set in the South at the end of the Civil War, Mary Stone does the best she can to keep her home and farm alive, while fearing her husband is dead on the battlefield Harassed by the corrupt preacher and his home guard cronies, she defends her honor and waits for her husband to come home, dead or alive We Pass from View by Misha Burnett is still with me, probably because the last book I read was a book of interviews of horror film greats Written in a nonfiction style, it s an article and interview about a horror movie so disturbing that no one who saw it kept their sanity intact The realism is spot on, and while the history is recent, I think it makes it chilling.But along with the good, I found some offerings that left me flat Whether it was writing style or subject matter, I just didn t like them and it s purely subjective on my part I urge other readers to find their own favorites.Some stories had me completely hooked until they ended with an abrupt jolt that left me hanging Others were less of a complete story and of a vignette from the shadows of a notable historic event These were tantalizing and good, and I wanted .Overall, I liked this anthology It s a solid collection in a crowded field, and features a diverse spread of history, cultures and voices The stories fit the theme well, and it was a treat to see and hear tales with a global reach I recommend this for readers who like classic horror, ghost stories, and tales of war mingled with the supernatural.I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review, originally published at www.bookie monster.com.

  4. says:

    A very good collection The premise is great take real historical situations or time periods and then set your story, with a horror element.It works It works very well You read the stories, sometimes with a wry smile because of the historical twist Think you know how Ceasar died, think again Did you know that Werecats helped free people from concentration camps The tale of the man in the trenches during the Great War is particularly well written There are others, lots.A couple of the stories have abrupt endings and they jolt you out a little too much for my liking However, the vast majority a very well told, very engaging and thought provoking.Overall, an excellent set of stories which I thoroughly enjoyed.

  5. says:

    I was given a free copy to review.The stories were really good and unique There were a couple I didn t care for, though.The only problem I had with it was the fact that the book I was sent ended in the middle of a story with another hundred empty pages after it I had to go buy the book from to see how Sins of the Past ended, and so I could do my review That didn t make me happy.

  6. says:

    This was an awesome collection of short stories Being as I m not a big fan of short stories I really want to know my characters it was a little difficult for me to get engaged there were 3 or 4 stories in the book I really wanted to hear Most were just right I would definitely recommend this book especially for people who enjoy short stories.

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