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  • Kindle Edition
  • 158 pages
  • Tales from Valleyview Cemetery
  • John Brhel
  • English
  • 05 August 2017

10 thoughts on “Tales from Valleyview Cemetery

  1. says:

    This was a pretty cool collection of stories They are all set around Valleyview Cemetery, and many of the stories take place IN the cemetery The time frames all different, as we have modern stories, stories from the 80s, older stories etc Each one is pretty spooky, and overall this is a cool collection There s even an appendix that linked the stories together, but I really was expecting a littleinteraction between the stories.Overall though a very entertaining and spooky short story co This was a pretty cool collection of stories They are all set around Valleyview Cemetery, and many of the stories take place IN the cemetery The time frames all different, as we have modern stories, stories from the 80s, older stories etc Each one is pretty spooky, and overall this is a cool collection There s even an appendix that linked the stories together, but I really was expecting a littleinteraction between th...


  2. says:

    It was good, but I thought it d be scarier.


  3. says:

    I recently read Tales From Valleyview Cemetery expecting something along the lines of Alvin Schwartz s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark There are some similarities namely, the author s knack for suspense and unpredictability, and the fact that many of the short stories borrow elements of traditional ghost stories and legends.The thing about Valleyview that sets it apart is that the book s 17 stories can be read individually, collectively, and in any order, yet contain a unifying theme I recently read Tales From Valleyview Cemetery expecting something along the lines of Alvin Schwartz s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark There are some similarities namely, the author s knack for s...


  4. says:

    3.5 st rs out of 5 st rsBleak but not bizarre, deadpan macabre I guess, it is meantfor the first timers and early readers of creepy chillers That is how Tales From Valleyview Cemetery is like I read it, liked it in parts, but you hardly can enjoy ghost stuff if it is too morbidly real and maybe even predictable It is not a bad pick, but not exactly a turn on for shivers Like anecdotes, incidences, accidents, reported and compiled Eerie yes, sometimes even sinister Ghostly that leave 3.5 st rs out of 5 st rsBleak but not bizarre, deadpan macabre I guess, it is meantfor the first timers and early readers of creepy chillers That is how Tales From Valleyview Cemetery is like I read it, liked it in parts, but you hardly can enjoy ghost stuff if it is too morbidly real and maybe even predictable It is not a bad pick, but not exactly a turn on for shivers Like anecdotes, incidences, accidents, reported and compiled Eerie yes, sometimes even sinister Ghostly that leaves you aghast because it could be a real revelation of haunting and haunted,...


  5. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Seereviews at GenuineJenn.com I love a good ghost story I have always loved those short ghost stories from my childhood, those scary stories to tell in the dark or by the campfire This book delivers just that, a selection of scary stories about ghosts, demons and occult They are all tied to this one cemetery, Valleyview Some have other tie ins but mainly it is the cemetery itself that is the big connector It is fun to re I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Seereviews at GenuineJenn.com I love a good ghost story I have always loved those short ghost stories from my childhood, those scary stories to tell in the dark or by the campfire This book delivers just that, a selection of scary stories about ghosts, demons and occult They are all tied to this one cemetery, Valleyview Some have other tie ins but mainly it is the cemetery itself that is the big connector It is fun to read one story and later read another that has one of the same characters or dinner etc in it also Full of suspense, unpredictable plots and the thrill of wondering what will happen next, I loved this book You can easily read one or two stories quickly and then put it down and come back to it whenever you have the chance This is great for people who only have a few minutes here and there to read It is really hard to say which stories where my favourites but I would have to say the one with t...


  6. says:

    This is a passable collection of interconnected horror stories, centering around a small town cemetery Many of the stories are cliches, old saws we ve all seen before, but these are actually the best of the lot, having the proper rhythms and structures to them The attempts at new stories get a little lost, or too abrupt.The book, as a whole, reminds me of The Uncanny Valley Tales from a Lost Town by Gregory Miller, but not nearly as good The parallels are numerous, but this is the lesser boo This is a passable collection of interconnected horror stories, centering around a small town cemetery Many of the stories are cliches, old saws we ve all seen before, but these are actually the best of the lot, having the proper rhythms and structures to them The attempts at new stories get a little lost, or too...


  7. says:

    Tales From Valleyview Cemetery was a really good read The stories centers about Valleyview Cemetery, and are told in a spooky yet enticing to read I personally would love to see a series out of these They remind me of The Twilight Zone.


  8. says:

    Very good collection of stories centered around a cemetery.


  9. says:

    No spoilers.I picked this up from the authors at a local comic con It seemed interesting and I like ghost stories, so I gave it a try.There are seventeen stories and three apendices, which are mini sequals to some of the stories Most of them were interesting but didn t catch my attention The writing is bland and I couldn t relate understand most of the characters, but I definitely see potential for later books as the authors becomeexperienced.The stories and characters occasionally get No spoilers.I picked this up from the authors at a local comic con It seemed interesting and I like ghost stories, so I gave it a try.There are seventeen stories and three apendices, which are mini sequals to some of the stories Most of them were interesting but didn t catch my attention The writi...


  10. says:

    TALES FROM VALLEYVIEW CEMETERY is a collection of interconnected stories where all variety of ghosts and ghoulies come out to play For the most part, the cemetery is the glue that binds these tales with place as protagonist.These stories run the gamut of what happened in the cemetery possibilities running from basic ghost, to demonic ritual, to full fledged demon.One thing that I noticed is that most of the stories end very abruptly That can be quite jarring, not to mention unsatisfying Short TALES FRO...


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Tales from Valleyview Cemetery KINDLE Tales From Valleyview Cemetery John Brhel Bystricepodhostynem.eu Welcome To Valleyview, Where Bodies Lie Buried But An Ancient Curse Never Sleeps A Father Hears Strange Voices On His Daughter S Baby Monitor A Trio Of Gravediggers Faces A Swarm Of Supernatural Creatures A Group Of Teenagers Puts A Mausoleum Legend To The Test A Husband And Wife Take A Stroll Through A Corn Maze That They Ll Never Forget.Tales From Valleyview Cemetery Contains Seventeen Interconnected Tales Of Terror Legends Of A Town And Cemetery Entrenched In Occult Practice, Macabre History, And A Demon Elemental Waiting For His People S Return It Is A Short Story Collection, In The Vein Of Alvin Schwartz And Richard Matheson Appropriate For Teen And Adult Readers.


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