Tales For Dark Hours by Daniel Eaves

- A sales coordinator for auction houses chances upon a nice little antique. Unfortunately, this particular object happens to be cursed with the ability to summon the disturbing affections from an entity named “Mother Of Death.” - The glow of the gibbous Moon has been known to energize hidden dimensions of darkness. It is also known to affect a mythical creature called the Cotton Wells Monster. On this particular lunar phase an offering to the beast develops into a deluge of doom, death and wickedness for the locals. - Join a serial killer and discover a first hand account of life’s hierarchy food chain and the necessity of death equalizing the worth of life. From insect to human…find out where you rank and what you’re worth in the eyes of a distorted mind.

A university professor’s first day of teaching Mythical Literature comes face to face with a mysterious book entitled “Collected Modern Anecdotes Of Unexplained Phenomena.” Here is where author Daniel Eaves has accumulated his collection of short stories that conjure up each and every compelling and gruesome account given by “real people.” A wonderfully creative idea that he has called Tales For Dark Hours.

Eaves leads his readers on a supernatural pilgrimage where there are no instructions, diagrams or illustrations on how to survive his conduit to the unnatural. The sights and smells he provides are overpowering with a diversity of unholy visions and a stench of the bizarre. I strongly recommend you partake in these endless corridors of morbid urban legends and myths of the disturbed. I usually don’t wimp out when it comes to horror, not much spooks me anymore but I can honestly say when reading this book I genuinely got creeped out many times. I’m looking forward to what Daniel Eaves has to offer us readers for the future.
This is not your mother’s Splatterpunk Zine ritualistic leather bound book of scriptures, cosmic horrors and evils. Tales For Dark Hours will make you think twice about ringing that bell for service or resurrecting that doll from the Bowels of Hell. This is a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation that stands on pure “gorified” storytelling talent.
Splatterpunk Zine
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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