Breaths in Winter

Breaths in Winter What if x br The view from your great new office is of an extremely busy suicide bridge You realize you left a life saving trinket in your old bedroom x in the Chernobyl contamination zone You

  • Title: Breaths in Winter
  • Author: Donna Burgess
  • ISBN: 9781453868621
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if x2026 br The view from your great new office is of an extremely busy suicide bridge You realize you left a life saving trinket in your old bedroom x2026 in the Chernobyl contamination zone You long, lost uncle was a werewolf You survive a devastating accident, but now the only place you belong is a carnival sideshow Your beloved household pets decide toWhat if x2026 br The view from your great new office is of an extremely busy suicide bridge You realize you left a life saving trinket in your old bedroom x2026 in the Chernobyl contamination zone You long, lost uncle was a werewolf You survive a devastating accident, but now the only place you belong is a carnival sideshow Your beloved household pets decide to have you for lunch You are pregnant and your husband is turning into a vampire And he wants your baby x2019 s blood You discover a renewed relationship with your estranged brother The only problem is he x2019 s been dead for over three decades Everyone you love has morphed into a flesh eating zombie Now, they want to have you for dinner Travel the darkest roads of the imagination and find out br Thirty two tales of horror from acclaimed author Donna Burgess Enter the world of vampire, zombies, ghosts and people who aren t quite sane Travel the darkest roads, from the American South to the Chernobyl contamination zone and find out what lies in wait FOR MATURE READERS.

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    About “Donna Burgess

    • Donna Burgess

      Donna Burgess is an author of dark fiction and poetry who enjoys surfing, painting and has a deep affection for all things Monty Python and low budget horror flicks Over the past fifteen years, her fiction and poetry has appeared in genre publications such as Weird Tales, Dark Wisdom, Sybil s Garage and others She has been married for nineteen years and has two children Her book include Breaths in Winter, a collection of short fiction and A Song of Bones, a poetry collection.

    618 thoughts on “Breaths in Winter

    • I downloaded and read this free short story collection shortly after I got my first e-reader last year for Christmas. I hadn't reviewed it yet and I feel that it deserved one. I had learned about all these free books that were out there and thought I had found some vein of gold that was just waiting to be mined. Since then I, as another reviewer wrote, have become more selective after having read some truly awful free offerings. But I did, and continue to find, a few gems. This collection was on [...]


    • Three really good ghost stories. Chernobyl, a guy going nuts and a man haunted by his long dead brother. Very well written. Good read!


    • Decepcionante la colección de tres cuentos que deberían ser de "horror fantasmagórico". No están mal escritos y, principalmente el primero, tiene elementos interesantes con sucesos históricos (Chernobyl)Sin embargo los cuentos se quedan cortos. Son totalmente predecibles, al grado de volverse sosos, pasando cada página con la esperanza de que el siguiente párrafo le dé el giro inesperado y terrorífico a la historia. Desafortunadamente eso nunca sucede. Para ser honesto, al llegar al ter [...]


    • I was pleasantly surprised by this large collection of short stories. I picked it up when it was offerred as a freebie on , but wasn't expecting much because I had never heard of the author. From the very first story it kept my interest and out of the entire collection there were only 2 or 3 stories that I didn't care for which isn't a bad ratio at all. My only peeve (as usual) is typographical errors. Well worth a read and I'm looking forward to finding more by this author.


    • The first two short stories in this collection of three were stellar. The third annoyed me enough that I read something else instead.




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