A Murder of Crows: Seventeen Tales of Monsters and the Macabre by DeAnna Knippling

A Murder of Crows: Seventeen Tales of Monsters and the Macabre

byDeAnna Knippling

Kobo ebook | October 27, 2014

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“What everyone want to see,” the crow said, “is someone getting eaten. Preferably someome who deserves it.”

A flock of crows saves a young girl from her mother, who made a deal with dark spirits—a life in exchange for sorcerous power. But it’s the middle of winter and the middle of a blizzard, and the dark spirits aren’t exactly going to leave them alone out in the abandoned junk yard where the crows have been hiding her.

Can old Machado the crow keep the girl alive? More importantly, can he make sure that she never becomes the monster that her mother is?

17 tales that tell the truth about what a monster is, what a true monster does, and how to free souls from the monsters all around it…

Title:A Murder of Crows: Seventeen Tales of Monsters and the MacabreFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 27, 2014Publisher:Wonderland PressLanguage:English

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good collection of creepy stories The book was a nice surprise for me, it is my first encounter with the author. The stories are incredibly morbid, told (mostly) by a murder of crows and the atmosphere is pretty well made, to the point i just imagine the whole world in sepia colours. Stories are mostly sad, mostly creepy, at times a bit disgusting and sometimes even confusing - not really sure if the last part is on purpuse, though. All in all I would recommend it, if you like your dose of morbid.
Date published: 2015-05-02