Read Deadman's Tome: Monsters Exist Online Free - From the time we are young, we fear the monster under the bed or in the closet, making it impossible to sleep without a nightlight. Then, we hear stories of Bigfoot, and maybe even the Mothman around campfires. When we are adults, we wonder if there might actually be supernatural creatures lurking in the shadows. Are these tall tales and urban legends only metaphors for what horrific things humanity is capable of—or do monsters exist?
Go to some terrifying places with this cast of authors. You will be dragged into mystifying realities where demonic fairies hide, where devil monkeys lure carnival-goers to their demise, where Goatmen seek to destroy their prey, and where the goddess of death puts out a hit on victims of her choice. These shocking tales will have you biting your nails and locating that childhood nightlight. Because, in the end, we all know monsters do exist.
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June 23, 2017
When there are multiple stories by different writers it is super hard to rate because some I loved more than others. I really enjoyed Braun's story, but I have read another book of hers that I loved as well, so her writing just calls out to me. Another one that stood out to me was Demmer's story!...
June 09, 2017
I admit it, I like to have the heck scared out of me. DEADMAN’S TOME: MONSTERS EXIST just happens to have a creepy collage of short stories guaranteed to at least have even the darkest minds looking over their shoulder looking for monsters. What kind of monsters, you ask? From rodents to dark leg...
June 14, 2017
I set the bar very high for anthologies. Why? because I’ve read some incredible books over the past 18 months and in these were some incredible short stories. Monsters Exist features a number of writers that I am acquainted with, though I never let this get in the way of me posting my honest opin...
June 29, 2017
Thanks to Leo X. Robertson (contributor) and to the staff at Deadman's Tome for this Advance Review Copy.
The short stories in this anthology have as their unifying theme the existence of monsters taken from the folklore of various countries or even from pop culture. These include such cryptid cre...
June 18, 2017
You might think, 'Oh, so Leo has a story in this and he's giving it 5*?' I see.
But did you learn yourself the following possibilities:
- I'm my own favourite author
- I know the market and wouldn't see my story in a book I didn't think would turn out great, and this anthology is no exception?
July 25, 2017
A fun anthology of monster mayhems. Mythological and cryptozoological critters variously terrorise and rudely interrupt. A coalition of creatures featured in chaos, they strike sometimes with shadowy stalk, other times with blatant ferocity. I liked the trigger of the shorthand familiar settings...
June 15, 2017
This is such a great anthology about monsters of all shapes and sizes. This book holds monsters that we all have feared since our childhood. It is the things that go bump in the night. It is the stories we tell around campfires. They are the urban legends and the tall tales.
Let me be straight for...
July 05, 2017
What are we reading?: Deadman’s Tome, Monsters Exist, edited by Mr Deadman and Theresa Braun.
Give me the short version: No, really, it’s all in the title.
If you haven’t checked them out yet, online horror magazine Deadman’s Tome (founded 2008 as Demonic Tome) has been rapidly spreading its tentac...
August 26, 2017
"Are these tall tales and urban legends only metaphors for what horrific things humanity is capable of—or do monsters exist?"
Deadman's Tome: Monsters Exist is a compilation of fourteen short stories written by fourteen different authors. These authors probe into the world's darkest mysteries,...
July 01, 2017
As always when rating anthologies, you have to try to find a happy medium, which is why I'm giving Monsters Exist four stars. There were a few stories that, on their own, would have merited five stars, but then there were also a few others that didn't impress me so much, so I've taken a middle gr...