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The Creepypasta Collection: Modern Urban Legends You Can't Unread

The Creepypasta Collection Modern Urban Legends You Can t Unread If you place this book back on the shelf now you ll save yourself Mr Creepypasta There are stories that scare you And then there are the dark and disturbing creepypasta stories that will leave you se

  • Title: The Creepypasta Collection: Modern Urban Legends You Can't Unread
  • Author: Mr. Creepy Pasta T.W. Grim Vincent V. Cava Aaron Shotwell Isaac Boissonneau Sarah Cairns Barnabas Deimos Max Lobdell
  • ISBN: 9781440597909
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • If you place this book back on the shelf now, you ll save yourself Mr Creepypasta There are stories that scare you And then there are the dark and disturbing creepypasta stories that will leave you seriously freaked out The Creepypasta Collection is an unsettling anthology of terror, full of nightmares and dangerous creatures from unearthly supernatural beings to t If you place this book back on the shelf now, you ll save yourself Mr Creepypasta There are stories that scare you And then there are the dark and disturbing creepypasta stories that will leave you seriously freaked out The Creepypasta Collection is an unsettling anthology of terror, full of nightmares and dangerous creatures from unearthly supernatural beings to the murderously disturbed So, lock the doors, check under the bed, turn up the lights, and get ready for an unforgettable, up all night journey into the heart of darkness.

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    About "Mr. Creepy Pasta T.W. Grim Vincent V. Cava Aaron Shotwell Isaac Boissonneau Sarah Cairns Barnabas Deimos Max Lobdell"

    1. Mr. Creepy Pasta T.W. Grim Vincent V. Cava Aaron Shotwell Isaac Boissonneau Sarah Cairns Barnabas Deimos Max Lobdell

      Mr Creepy Pasta a.k.a MrCreepyPasta has a YouTube channel in which he reads short horror stories that originated on the Internet This has since expanded into the publication of several anthologies.

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    1. This collection was so much better than the second. I'm actually going to change my rating on the second one because now that I've read this one, I can really see how lackluster and flawed the second one is. I actually don't have a ton of experience with CreepyPasta (the website or stories), other than seeing creepy photos around. It seems weird that I wouldn't be all over their stuff on the net because I'm a horror fiend but it just kind of wasn't on my radar for whatever reason. This book was [...]


    2. Well well usual I have finished this collection of short horror stories way too quickly. I literally started it yesterday morning and finished it tonight after two very busy day's. Yes this is testament to how good they are! If you like a good horror story wait that's too vagueif you like mystery wrapped in spine chilling, skin crawling realisation's every time you turn a page then this is your next addictionI mean choice. Yes choice. Several different well known author's (from the online Creepy [...]


    3. It seemed like every author that contributed more than one story had one story that I liked and one story that I didn't care for as much. So I think I will chalk that up to my own personal taste. My favorite stories were "Bedtime," "Licks from a Bear," "When Dusk Falls on Hadley Township," and "A Trick of Perspective."


    4. The best collection of horror stories ever! I loved every one of them, each uniqe, interesting with surprising plot twists. I must say that I enjoyed more those less bloody ones, because they were kind of gross and not that scary but all of them were written really good, described in detail so the reader's imagination could go wild and vivid. I love the most: "Picture this" by Vincent V. Cava, "Bedtime" by Michael Whitehouse and "Down in the library basement" by Rona Vaselaar. They were perfectl [...]



    5. 3.5 StarsFull ReviewThe Creepypasta Collection is uneven, but for the most part it's a solid collection of horror stories. With a couple exceptions, you don't even need to be familiar with the online creepypasta community to enjoy it. If you like horror, this collection is worth picking up. If you need some more convincing, check out some of MrCreepyPasta's YouTube videos.



    6. I've been a big fan of creepypasta since I stumbled upon my first one by pure accident and that's all it took to get me hooked. Mr. Creepy Pasta is one of my favorite storyteller so naturally I was excited when I found out he, along with some of his fellow storytellers, chose a handful of tales to make into an anthology. I'm not exactly sure what prompted them to make those particular choices and like in any collection some are good, some are not so good and some are down right cringe worthy (wh [...]


    7. literary-lion.tumblr/A selection of spooky stories from the depths of the internet. Well known member of the Creepypasta community has collected several pastas from some of the most prolific authors in the genre and put them together for your pleasure.My first thought on finishing this book was: this is is not the best Creepypasta has to offer.There are a few gems in this collection, but it shows a definite preference. These stories are mostly body horror, not the subtle scares that keep you up [...]


    8. I'm not the target audience for Creepypasta, but I've heard enough about it that when I saw this book, I figured it was worth a shot. In some ways, it exhibits the zeitgeist of what today's teens fear, but in a lot of ways, this is just a collection of barely readable short stories. As with any collection, the quality varies from story to story, but the overall quality is on the low side. And if this is the best that Creepypasta has to offer, I'm not missing much. It starts off with a story wher [...]


    9. A pleasantly readable collection of strange fiction. I enjoy reading amateur writers trying to freak me out with their best shot/ You feel like a teacher in a college creative writing class, scoring them as you go along, comments in the margins of your imagination. I didn't care for the way all of the writers aimed to use the same kind of creepy pasta voice, like the writers used the same Chuck Palahniuk voice in Burnt Tongues. This may have more to do with the editor than the writers. The book [...]


    10. A fun collection for creepypasta fans. The only Classic creepypasta characters who return for an appearance are Jeff the Killer and Smile Dog, which means if you know the classics most of these, if not all, should be new to you! A nice mix of different horror stories and when you get half way through the stories flow so easily, at least they did for me. Mr. Creepypasta did a lovely job organizing these and picked a great order for the reader. My favorite just might the last story, Jeff's story. [...]


    11. I was surprised that there was only one story here that I had read before, and that was from a horror story podcast. While the collection indulges in some tales based on the well-known classics, it doesn't bore readers (who likely are familiar with Creepypasta) by giving them the same stories that everyone has read. Generally, they were all excellently written, and while a couple didn't quite resonate as creepy with me, others were certainly chilling.


    12. The stories started out being interesting and the ones further in started fading. The writing in some was kind of amateurish, and the plots pretty repetitive. I was thinking that the stories would be a lot more disturbing than they actually were. Creepypasta is a pretty disturbing site. Disappointing.


    13. mreepy pasta is one of my favorite YouTubers and I enjoyed the book but I feel there could have been stronger plot lines in some of the stories. there was a couple of gripping stories that left me on the edge of my seat, but most of them were just retellings of older myths with twist. over all it's a good casual read when your in the mood for a little fear .


    14. I honestly found this attempt to monetize the creepypasta phenomena more stomach turning than guy wrenching. All these stories can be read for free online. (Which is why I got this edition through the library system.) I was also sorely disappointed in a majority of the stories and it feels like they were chosen not by their own merit of stories, but because the editor is friends with them.I'm a big fan of the creppypasta genre, and Mrcreepypasta on YouTube, however this story collection falls sh [...]



    15. I.Love.Horror. everything about it i love. and creepypasta is the best short stories to go to when you have a horror itch. definatly a book i would reread over again



    16. Fun but uneven, as most collections are. I've been quite sick lately and largely bedridden, and it was a good time, considering that I couldn't think and just wanted a distraction.


    17. The first few stories weren't all that great. The second to the last story, however, was my favorite one. :)


    18. While it begins and ends with fine stories by Vincent V. Cava, the rest of the volume is hit and miss--mostly miss from this reader's point of view.


    19. Some of these short horror stories are creepy and atmospheric, some are more gross and disturbing, and some are a combination of the two. I enjoyed reading this collection.


    20. Let me first begin with this statement: I was very impressed with the writing in these stories. There was some really great descriptive prose. Even though it is the horror genre, some of the writing was descriptive and good at disturbing me. Whether it is body horror, violence, or psychological horror, I found some of the writing very visceral. I have some familiarity with Creepypasta, having read a story here and there, but I've not delved deep into it. This collection was a good reintroduction [...]


    21. Something is lost when these stories are converted to book form. My favorite part of websites like Creepypasta and reddit nosleep is the atmosphere- not of the stories, but of the location itself. No matter how popular it gets, they feel like dark corners of the internet, something covert, hidden, where people tell stories of the unknown. The fact that they're in forum form make them even better- like it's just another conversation you'd have with someone you don't know on the internet. It makes [...]


    22. MrCreepyPasta does a fantastic job selecting the stories he narrates for his YouTube channel, and his great taste is evident in this collection. Vincent V. Cava is a champion of the deliciously creepy. His stories are clever and only made better when MCP narrates them. I recommend this collection, their channels, and everything these authors have to offer if you are a fan of horror.


    23. I had read a bunch of these stories already when they were originally posted online, but they are so well written that it was worth it to read them again. Mr. Creepy Pasta chose some of the best modern day horror stories to put into this collection and I highly recommend it for any horror fan.



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