Miracles For Masochists by James G. Carlson & Michael R. Collins

- Out of fear and desperation, a friend phones another friend for immediate help. The circumstances entail a bizarre and otherworldly supernatural rock and roll icon. What was a ghostly presence now has developed into a matter of life and death. - In the course of the Great War, gunfire, explosions and death attracts the presence of a black robed existence that waits patiently for the results of the gruesome armed conflict. - When large wooden boxes become a test of a holy sacrament, two young boys celebrate future aspirations of becoming men. However this odd festival teaches a lesson of…”suffering is the path to salvation”.

Authors James G. Carlson & Michael R. Collins conjures up a collection of bizarre oddities entitled Miracles For Masochists. From voices of the dead inhabiting a closet to a retired “scream queen”. These creative interdimensional portals transform dark fiction into perceptions of lust and wonder. Not only does Miracles For Masochists take the reader on multiple strange journeys, these dreamlike artistic nightmares that Carlson and Collins create would make Salvador Dali proud.

This short story collection is a mix of horror, science-fiction, drama and comedy. Think of a live-action game of hangman with a heavy dose of paranormal creepiness. By means of ripping a hole in the fabric of reality and unleashing chaotic antagonists, these stories play tricks on the mind all the while leaving an after taste of the macabre.
Embrace the insanity and rejoice in this breathe of fresh reading that Carlson & Collins has to offer. I love how each story has an edgy underlying meaning that the reader can take with them. Be warned though, you won’t see these tales of terror on the Lifetime Network any time soon. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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