Book Review: Unnatural Disasters

Unnatural Disasters, an Anthology Daniel Pyle (Editor)

Unnatural Disasters is a fun collection of Horror short stories. There are nine tales in this book and all center around a deliciously demented theme: what can (and does!) go horribly wrong when nature turns against man.

I won’t give away too much, but here are just a few of the gems in this anthology:

39 Days, haunting tale of a couple who try to survive acid rain, a rising tide, and some unspeakably horrific creatures in the water;
The Meek, wickedly dark short story with a twist that just–for me–epitomizes the meaning of Hell on earth; and
Whiteout, about an otherwise decent man and how far he will go to feed his family in the middle of a never-ending blizzard

This is a great group of stories that feature a totally unique take on terror; I loved it! I really enjoyed the theme of nature vs man; lots of wonderfully original story lines here. I came away from this anthology totally creeped out and feeling very lucky for the fairly uneventful weather conditions here in San Diego!

Thanks so much to the talented authors who provided such fabulous stories for this collection!

Get it on Kindle: Unnatural Disasters

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