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Review - The Horror Collection Sapphire Edition

The Horror Collection Sapphire Edition

Presented by KJK Publishing The bloodthirsty master of terror, Kevin J. Kennedy, once again brings insatiable horror readers a tremendous variety of original fiction from some of the best in the business.

Thirteen is unlucky for some — KJK Publishing has put together a memorable Horror feast for the mammoth thirteenth book in this series. It’s perhaps our favourite number!

From rising indie talent to authors who have been in the industry for decades. Your appetite is guaranteed a veritable smorgasbord of styles and subgenres to feed the pallet. Join us between the pages of this bestselling horror series for the thirteenth time.


This was my first time reading any of The Horror Collection books by KJK Publishing. There is an incredible line-up of authors here. Some I’ve read before and many that are new to me. I think there is something in here for pretty much any horror lover. Many different writing styles and subject matter that will entertain you. I’ve highlighted a few of my favorites below.

The Oak by Steve Stred Dan is bullied and can no longer deal with it. He gains the help of The Oak to teach his bullies a lesson. Such a heartbreaking story with a shocking ending.

The House on Royal Street by Tom Deady Charles and his daughter Fiona suffered a terrible loss. Now Charles is remodeling a house with some interesting history. He was hoping to surprise Fiona with the house but instead it surprised them both. Great chilling tale. I loved the dark creepy vibes.

The Last Meal by Veronica Smith Gary is serving time on death row and about to enjoy his final meal. Execution time is drawing near, and Gary’s final hours will be worse than he ever imagined. Such a brutal story!

Christine and Tracey by Matty-Bob Cash Robert has some questionable neighbors always making rude remarks about his autistic son. I thought this made them awful people, but things get so much worse when Christine and Tracey perform a certain ritual. My mind was blown! I’d love to read more from this author.

Letters to Santa by John Durgin Chris grew up poor with an abusive dad. Like every other year, there would be nothing under the Christmas tree for him. For once, he decided to ask Santa for a few things. When his requests are answered, everything changes for Chris. This was a great revenge story.

Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Click the cover to grab your copy.

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