(Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More


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    Read & Download Storms in Jars (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More Download Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ E.J. More I'm actually somewhat surprised by my own rating of this book Several months ago I received a copy of this ebook in a roundabout way through a blog that I contribute to sporadically for review I accepted it despite it having only one rating of

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    (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More Read & Download Storms in Jars I think that this book would be perfect for people new to horror If you want to dip your toes into horror stories and have not been over exposed to horror in film and television I think that this book is a great choice; however if you've read and seen a bit it will most probably be too light for you The stories were good and writ

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    (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More First of all let's get the comma issue out of the wayYes some sentences would have needed some commas But I've read many self published books and nobody seems to be taking commas seriously So commas don't make i

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    (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More E.J. More ¼ 0 Download POST is my favorite of the 5 stories I liked figuring out what was going on with Zachary along with Zachary And the ending was horribly goodWith the first story I had a hard time suspending disbelief I think that is how you say it How were the victims gotten without any evidence of their disappearance? Or perha

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    Read & Download Storms in Jars (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More E.J. More ¼ 0 Download Five dark tales Five protagonists wanting their lives back to go living but restrained by the s of society and experience five storms in jars that just want break and move on but can'tOverall this short collection is a wildly uneven affair r

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    (Storms in Jars) [E–book] À E.J. More My overall impression? This collection contains mostly moralistic Twilight Zone style stories with twist endings a story template that is currently out of fashion That's not to say I didn't enjoy it or that I don't like that sort of thing I do Also I think the bulk of the stories could use a bit of polish for punctuation consistency mainly

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Read & Download Storms in Jars E.J. More ¼ 0 Download Storms in Jars Free read Ä 100 Lurk in shadowy corners of a grown up worldThese and other stories can be found in this dark collection of nightmarish talesDate of original release July 2012 Different cove. First of all let s get the comma issue out of the wayYes some sentences would have needed some commas But I ve read many self published books and nobody seems to be taking commas seriously So commas don t make it on my list of deal breakersBut grammatical errors are a deal breaker and this book doesn t really have any The language flows nicely and it really took me with it at times I especially liked the descriptions of details in the scenes which gave vividity and realism to the narration I also enjoyed the seemingly effortless way in which the author communicates the emotions of her charactersI found all the stories strong and the twist endings unpredictable The book is short and each story can be read in a couple of minutes so I d recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a little bit of horror now and then

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Read & Download Storms in Jars E.J. More ¼ 0 Download Storms in Jars Free read Ä 100 Every life knows times of darkness but some know than mostIn Smoke we meet a lonely creature with only its own hunger for companyMilton Hobbs and the Price of Serenity intro. I m actually somewhat surprised by my own rating of this book Several months ago I received a copy of this ebook in a roundabout way through a blog that I contribute to sporadically for review I accepted it despite it having only one rating of 2 stars Not exactly a shining endorsement But I like horror and I like short stories and this was very short so I figured I wouldn t be investing much time if it did stink after all And then I read it and found that it didn t There were some editing issues a plethora of missing commas mainly Though there were some other little things I noticed general editing clean up items such as improper capitalization etc they didn t really detract from the story as much as the absentee commas did There s a big difference between We have a basement Detective Detective used here as a title in lieu of name so it should be capitalized and We have a basement detective which is what was in the text The former advises the detective being spoken to that the speaker has a basement the latter could be implying that there s a detective housed in the basement or they staff a detective who specializes in basement work who knows But editing aside I uite liked the stories They were short but much longer and they wouldn t have worked All were contained in this gray zone of Info The Reader Doesn t Have and it was good that way We don t know what the creature in Smoke is just that it s hungry and old and its been crouching above the smoker s room at the office for a long long time feeding on the illness it can smell there We don t know who or what the Other Beryl of the story is These stories are little snapshots in time a format that I ve come to discover I like than a little bit and around them is the void The reader is left to fill in the whys and hows The story is just the story and we live in that little bubble of time until it collapses with a popping noise There s a little twist with each of the stories and they weren t hard to spot but still enjoyable Smoke This one was a surprise to me and sticks in my mind for a few reasons First because it was the first story in the book and it grabbed my attention with the vague but vivid imagery Second it s not really a proper story with a plot or anything it just is Much like what is described in the story It s kind of like how poetry doesn t always have to rhyme or that stuff called free verse shudder short stories can vary in their content and still be really good stories Like this one Milton Hobbs and the Price of Serenity This story was familiar because it s been done many times before It s your typical Deal with the Devil story But what I really liked about it was Milton himself his chutzpah There s also a bit of an inevitability which I liked Other Beryl I liked this story uite a bit though it was the one with the most need of editing I liked how we re thrown right into the midst of this man s fears for his safety and as the details slowly come to light it becomes clear that his concerns are valid but too little and too late Post This is my favorite of the lot if only for the perspective and the confusion It s not often that we see this perspective in this type of story and usually when we do it s a kind of romanticized version The reader is supposed to understand before the main character does which creates this sense of dread though we re not uite sure who we re supposed to feel for yet What does the memory signify or will instinct take over When the main character finally understands it s over and done But the ending switches perspective again and restarts the dread cycle This is possibly the shortest story in the collection but it was well doneKimmy s Not Welcome Here Any This was reminiscent of Stephen King s story You Know They Got a Hell of a Band though this one also had themes of coming of age and recognizing when one needs to leave a toxic relationship behind to save oneself uite good actually Overall I did enjoy this little collection much than I expected to I ll be keeping my eye out for from this author

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Read & Download Storms in Jars E.J. More ¼ 0 Download Storms in Jars Free read Ä 100 Duces us to an alcoholic looking to bargain whatever the cost Kimmy’s Not Welcome Here Any follows the journey of a childhood friendship turning sour amid the demons that. I think that this book would be perfect for people new to horror If you want to dip your toes into horror stories and have not been over exposed to horror in film and television I think that this book is a great choice however if you ve read and seen a bit it will most probably be too light for you The stories were good and written uite well E J White knows how to spin a yarn and bring you into an interesting idea I found the characters to be developed enough for the stories and that in general the length of each story felt right to me There are some editing issues with a couple of misplaced words and punctuation but nothing that distracted me from the stories I m going to note that for once I found all the stories engaging It s virtually a rule of short story collections that at least a few stories won t appeal to the reader but I thought that all the tales in this book were interesting and worth reading If I were reading this for my own pleasure I would give it three stars but I ve read a lot of horror and it s not this author s fault that I chose something suited to newcomers to the genre Again if you re new to horror this is a great place to begin Highly recommended

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  • Storms in Jars
  • E.J. More
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  • 28 September 2020
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