Easter Eggs and Bunny Boilers



Matt Shaw Invites You To Learn The True Meaning Of Easter Yes That S Right Easter Learn The True Meaning Of Easter In This Anthology Featuring Some Of The Biggest Names In Horror Right Now With Authors From Across The Globe Come, Take His Hand, And Experience Demented Rabbits, Chocolate Obsessed Children Drowning In Their Own Greed, Serial Killers, Resurrection And In This Collection Guaranteed To Kill The Cravings Of Your Sweet Tooth Featuring The Authors Matt Shaw Graeme Reynolds Luke Smitherd Stuart Keane Kit Power Jack Rollins David Owain Hughes Rich Hawkins Duncan Ralston Kyle M Scott Duncan Bradshaw J R Park Glenn Rolfe Chantal Noordeloos Kindra Sowder Matt Hickman Mark West And An Introduction From Gingernuts Of Horror S Head Honcho, Jim McleodEaster Eggs and Bunny Boilers

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 296 pages
  • Easter Eggs and Bunny Boilers
  • Matt Shaw
  • English
  • 26 November 2018

10 thoughts on “Easter Eggs and Bunny Boilers

  1. says:

    I ll admit that I m not a fan of Matt Shaws writing, at allbut, when I saw the author s that he had chosen for this anthology I had to give it a read If Matt s the one who chose these stories, then he did an excellent job, and I ll be reading every other anthology that his publication puts out These stories were fantastic There wasn t a stinker in the bunch High praise from me, who can usually find ...

  2. says:

    Very nice holiday horror anthology, not a single story that I disliked If anything, judging by past work from some of these authors, I expected some of the stories to be a lotvisceral, some of the authors definitely pulled their punches.My favourites were Bastard Bunny by David Owain HughesWhen a Bunny Snaps by Jim GoforthThe Tradition by Kyle M ScottEaster Eggs by Chantal NoordeloosEducating Horace by Matt HickmanWill definitely look into some of the authors that I ve never experienced Very nice holiday horror anthology, not a single story that I disliked If anything, judging by past work from some of these authors, I expected some of the stories to be a lotvisceral, some of the authors definitely pulled their punches.My favourites were Bastard Bunny by David Owain HughesWhen a Bunny Snaps by Jim GoforthThe Tradition by Kyle M ScottEaster Eggs by Chantal Noo...

  3. says:

    I found this book in my Kindle library right before I planned to go to sleep last night I say, Planned ,, because, of course, I had to stay awake and read it I m not sure how many stories are in the book I could go count , but the book went by very quickly for me I didn t love all of the stories, but the vast majority were very, very good.There are stories about easter bunnies and easter eggs and people wearing easter bunny suits, all very familiar aspects of easter, but these stories als I found this book in my Kindle library right before I planned to go to sleep last night I say, Planned ,, because, of course, I had to stay awake and read it I m not sure how many stories are in the book I could go count , but the book went by very quickly for me I didn t love all of the stories, but the vast majority were very, very good.There are stories about easter bunnies and easter eggs and people wearing easter bunny suits, ...

  4. says:

    Pure Entertainment From the introduction to every story within, this book made me grin Each delightful, ironic, horrifying morsel had me smirking with terror, of course Nothing too serious here, folks, just utter ...

  5. says:

    If 20 cracking stories from some of the best horror writers isn t a total snip for just under 1 then i don t know what is With an intro from the mighty Jim Mcleod, and the whack job that is Matt Shaw, this book proceeds with an assortment of some of the most original stories i have read With just the subject of Easter to work with i was most impressed with how each story managed to be so diffierent from any of its counterparts There isn t a single weak story in this anthology and that is tes If 20 cracking stories from some of the best horror wr...

  6. says:

    Eggstraordinary sorry Was attracted to this book due to it being compiled by the brilliant Matt Smith and featuring one of my fave writers, Luke Smitherd Always a bit of a gamble are these compilations but at that price, why not Glad I gave it a try not a story in there which I didn t enjoy A great collection of Easter theme...

  7. says:

    Fun little nibbled for easterAnother great anthology, some bunny tails are a little hit and miss, but mostly great little horror shorts from amazing authors, perfect way to spend the bank holiday weekend

  8. says:

    How can I not mention the introduction by Jim McLeod the Don of Horror Ginger Nuts of Horror especially as being commanded to do so, it does set the mood for the book as its sassy and a bit rude, with a touch of tongue in cheek humour I love anthologies, something for every taste usually, I especially enjoy the themed ones as I love to see what different authors do with the same topic line However, some of the links were a little tenuous I really enjoyed the bios at the end of each story and How can I not mention the introduction by Jim McLeod the Don of Horror Ginger Nuts of Horror especially as being commanded to do so, it does set the mood for the book as its sassy and a bit rude, with a touch of tongue in cheek humour I love anthologies, something for every taste usually, I especially enjoy the themed ones as I love to see what different authors do with the same topic line However, some of the links were a little tenuous I really enjoyed the bios at the end of each story and not lumped in at the back where you have to then go back and forth trying to remember who wrote...

  9. says:

    I read this because many people have recommended Matt Shaw based on my own writing Granted, this is not the type of work he is most known for, but I figured I d give it a try any way His story, and many others, were passable, but not great That is the case with any anthology There will be standouts and clunkers along w...

  10. says:

    I think reading aloud from this collection is going to become a new Easter tradition in my household A simply charming collection.

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