Scaring the Crows: 21 Tales for Noon or Midnight

Scaring the Crows: 21 Tales for Noon or Midnight

Gregory Miller John Randall York / Sep 29, 2020
Scaring the Crows Tales for Noon or Midnight Tales for Noon A piano reveals an old woman s youth A time machine s lesson comes too late Christmas trees save a lost soul s life Ten million people live in one man s breath Or Midnight Murder return
  • Title: Scaring the Crows: 21 Tales for Noon or Midnight
  • Author: Gregory Miller John Randall York
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tales for Noon A piano reveals an old woman s youth A time machine s lesson comes too late Christmas trees save a lost soul s life Ten million people live in one man s breath Or Midnight Murder returns to an infamous moor Asylum workers find what is worse than insanity A shunned grave s secrets gain fatal exposure Nighttime terrors turn all too real These andTales for Noon A piano reveals an old woman s youth A time machine s lesson comes too late Christmas trees save a lost soul s life Ten million people live in one man s breath Or Midnight Murder returns to an infamous moor Asylum workers find what is worse than insanity A shunned grave s secrets gain fatal exposure Nighttime terrors turn all too real These and other stories comprise a compilation of bittersweet warmth and creeping horror, subtle illumination and dark vistas Gregory Miller s Scaring the Crows is a genre spanning collection of short fiction at its finest Read it at noonor midnight.
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    335 Comments

    1. Delightful.This is a delightful collection of stories in that one can find a combination of things that go bump in the night to stories that are sweet, or bittersweet and some in between It s nice to find an author who is not afraid to offer than one genre to his readers And where we may never experience those tales we call horror , or so we hope Most of us, in our lives have experienced or someday will experience the situations in his tales of fiction This is one e book worth keeping


    2. This is my book, so I m not going to review rate it However, I d like to hear your thoughts, and I hope you enjoy it.


    3. I had read The Uncanny Valley Tales from a Lost Town by Gregory Miller and thought I d try another collection of creepy tales Like the Uncanny Valley collection, these are down home somewhat folksy that each have a special twist Some are sentimental and charming before a chilling last line resolves the ghostly or fantastical truth, while others are downright charming through supernatural I was a Ray Bradbury fan as a teen Miller is in that category of scary This stories don t suspend you in a st [...]


    4. After a lifetime spent trying to get along with the short story format and failing miserably, I was overjoyed at discovering an earlier book by this author called The Uncanny Valley This was an inspired collection of short stories which I enjoyed immensely So I was eager to download further fare from Gregory Miller, but Scaring The Crows just didn t quite do it for me in the same way These were still lovely tales written with a folksy feel, but some of these just didn t get me quite the same way [...]


    5. Gregory Miller s collection of shorts is the perfect introduction to an author who will no doubt surprise and delight with each new book he puts out The collection doesn t shy away from extremes the scary is really scary, and the quiet, reflective tales never shy away from their subject matter, but never cross the line into maudlin either Some real highlights include a tale of working stiffs who come to value each other s company through a hard day s work, an amazing Spider Woman , and the titul [...]


    6. My decision to purchase this book was highly influenced by the high praise from Ray Bradbury Seems like the praise was well deserved Though classified as horror stories, the tales managed to reach out and touch various human emotions Some of the stories may be a little too vague for my tastes but I appreciate the fact that they were told in a fast paced manner I also liked the illustrations included in the pages Overall a great read.


    7. I liked a lot of the stories, though they are less scary eerie and bizarre then some of his previous stories with a couple of exceptions.Really do like his writing style, clipped prosaic maybe You can quickly read a story to wind down and it will stay with you Arachno is way out there and totally creepy, but also has some underpinning moral lessons.Sense of Duty was my favorite just give a needed hand


    8. Just what I was looking for this Fall season.I have been reading Miller for the past month I expected juvenile stories with a light scary touch I received so very much Sensitive prose that some would say rings of poetry I liked his work I have read three of these books , all different , all wonderful.


    9. Von allen Gregory Miller Kurzgeschichtensammlungen ist das sicher die schw chste Aber dennoch sind ein paar richtige gute Stories dabei und ich hoffe in baldiger Zukunft eine Fortsetzung von Uncanny Valley serviert zu bekommen.


    10. Another good short story collection.One morning, while reading, I glanced out the window to a cloudy day Within a few stories, I glanced up again to find a very thick fog had suddenly come in Creepy.


    11. My new favorite bookI choose the right reasons for rating this book because it is a fantastic book for adults,children and the elderly


    12. Fantastic read Only 4 stars because I thought some of the stories could do better as longer pieces than flash fiction.


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