- By A. Grove Day Bacil F. Kirtley

Horror in Paradise

  • Title: Horror in Paradise
  • Author: A. Grove Day Bacil F. Kirtley
  • ISBN: 9780935180237
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • Horror in Paradise We have sought not only the stories of sorcery and the supernatural but also classic narratives of man s inhumanity and desperate survival by beach and ocean in jungle or highrise Often the true acc

    We have sought not only the stories of sorcery and the supernatural, but also classic narratives of man s inhumanity and desperate survival by beach and ocean, in jungle or highrise Often the true accounts of what happened in the island world of Oceania rival, in suspense and allure, even the most imaginative of yarns of South Seas fiction There are thirty four writers wWe have sought not only the stories of sorcery and the supernatural, but also classic narratives of man s inhumanity and desperate survival by beach and ocean, in jungle or highrise Often the true accounts of what happened in the island world of Oceania rival, in suspense and allure, even the most imaginative of yarns of South Seas fiction There are thirty four writers whose true grim and uncanny tales from Hawaii and the South Seas are collected in this volume.

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    1. This short story collection centers on *true life* tales told by various authors inc. several famous ones, all of which take place in the South Seas ~ Oahu, Hawaii, Easter Island (Rapa Nui), Fiji, etc. It was interesting and educated me a great deal on the life of the South Seas natives, as told through *supernatural* accounts, from natives, or, authors usually having lived with them. It allows the reader to really see how amazing and different many of their beliefs were back then and how strong [...]

    2. I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/11476807didn't like it myself probibly others would though.

    3. I would give this book negative stars if I could. It was that terrible of a collection. The only decent thing about it was the inclusion of the story of the Massie case, which was truly horrific.

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