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Collected Stories

Publisher: Independently Published
Year of Publication: 2020
Book type: Anthology
Age: Adult
Genre: Horror
Sub Genre: Dark · Horror · Humour · Mythical Creatures · Mythology · Paranormal · Psychological · Supernatural · War
Language: English
POV: First-person, Second-person, Third-person
Tense: Past, Present
Key Phrases: Alcoholism · Babylon · ghosts · lovecraftian · Madagascar · Zombie
“Readers might think twice about buying a collection from an unknown author, but Enantiodromia is a read with many highlights, featuring a great blend of horror, dark sense of humour and a cleverly selected five stories. Where else can you jump thematically from Babylon 4000 BC, to Madagascar 1947 with three contemporary stories sandwiched between them? Exactly. Recommended.”
– Tony Jones

ENANTIODROMIA – collected stories
Featured Stories:

Turning of the Bones – A lost spirit in Madagascar seeks to guide his descendants to his body so he can finally be free.

The First and Last Drink of Ilona Odd – A recovering alcoholic waits at a tavern in order to pay off a hit man. But there are more spirits around than just those behind the bar.

You Might Get It – A drunk and grieving widower has his wish fulfilled when his recently deceased wife knocks on the front door.

Tuesdays with Moran’d’arth – Sandy Kavanaugh is a world-renowned horror author with millions of dollars and a loving family. So why is he so miserable? Is it the ageless demon in his barn?

Peta Babkama Luruba – A Babylonian slave recounts the events that led to her emancipation – over 4,000 years ago.

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