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YES NO The Ouija Board has long been used as an intersection between our world and the next, a point of connection between the living and the dead. But some questions should remain unanswered, some secrets should stay hidden…and some games should never be played. Sometimes the dead should be left to rest in peace. What fate awaits the unwary who dare to tempt the darkness? Fin YES NO The Ouija Board has long been used as an intersection between our world and the next, a point of connection between the living and the dead. But some questions should remain unanswered, some secrets should stay hidden…and some games should never be played. Sometimes the dead should be left to rest in peace. What fate awaits the unwary who dare to tempt the darkness? Find out in INTERSECTIONS: Six Tales of Ouija Horror -- an eclectic collection featuring never-before published stories from some of the horror genre’s favorite and finest writers. GOOD BYE


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YES NO The Ouija Board has long been used as an intersection between our world and the next, a point of connection between the living and the dead. But some questions should remain unanswered, some secrets should stay hidden…and some games should never be played. Sometimes the dead should be left to rest in peace. What fate awaits the unwary who dare to tempt the darkness? Fin YES NO The Ouija Board has long been used as an intersection between our world and the next, a point of connection between the living and the dead. But some questions should remain unanswered, some secrets should stay hidden…and some games should never be played. Sometimes the dead should be left to rest in peace. What fate awaits the unwary who dare to tempt the darkness? Find out in INTERSECTIONS: Six Tales of Ouija Horror -- an eclectic collection featuring never-before published stories from some of the horror genre’s favorite and finest writers. GOOD BYE

30 review for Intersections: Six Tales of Ouija Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hunter Shea

    Grandma told me not to mess with Ouija boards, so this is the next best thing. The planchette says, 'C-H-I-L-L-I-N-G' and 'E-N-T-H-R-A-L-L-I-N-G'! This is one you cannot miss. Grandma told me not to mess with Ouija boards, so this is the next best thing. The planchette says, 'C-H-I-L-L-I-N-G' and 'E-N-T-H-R-A-L-L-I-N-G'! This is one you cannot miss.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Cavendish

    I have always been fascinated by Ouija boards although, following an unfortunate and scary experience once, I won't use them anymore. i still can't resist books and films in which they feature. Intersections is a brilliant collection of original stories which all feature an ouija board - but in a whole range of situations. It features stories by Megan Hart (Blood Born) and Sephera Giron (The Next Big Thing), of whose work I am already a fan. Both stories gripped and entertained me. I have now ad I have always been fascinated by Ouija boards although, following an unfortunate and scary experience once, I won't use them anymore. i still can't resist books and films in which they feature. Intersections is a brilliant collection of original stories which all feature an ouija board - but in a whole range of situations. It features stories by Megan Hart (Blood Born) and Sephera Giron (The Next Big Thing), of whose work I am already a fan. Both stories gripped and entertained me. I have now added four more authors to my 'must read' pile - including Kerry Lipp, whose story 'Ghosted' is the first in the collection and had me completely hooked. Rob E. Boley's Mr Shady was addictively creepy. Gallow's Grove by Brad C. Hodson demonstrated why he is held in such high regard as a horror writer. Chris Marrs 'Sounds in Silence' presented a different vision of heaven and hell - scary stuff indeed. Altogether, a great collection of highly individual stories. Loved it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Randee

    A couple of good stories. A couple of okay stories. A couple of stinkers. Special mention: Last story was dreadful and cheated in the sense a Ouija board was barely mentioned. Naturally it was written by a male for obvious reasons.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eva

    I have to say that I went into this horror anthology not really knowing what to expect--and though it's an anthology featuring a handful of authors as opposed to the 30-plus contributor type of anthologies, I was pleased to find that each one of these stories offers something unique, different, and unconventional while using ouija boards as the center of each story. I found Chris Marrs's entry involving a battle between heaven and hell to be quite vivid and interesting, while Brad Hodson's foray I have to say that I went into this horror anthology not really knowing what to expect--and though it's an anthology featuring a handful of authors as opposed to the 30-plus contributor type of anthologies, I was pleased to find that each one of these stories offers something unique, different, and unconventional while using ouija boards as the center of each story. I found Chris Marrs's entry involving a battle between heaven and hell to be quite vivid and interesting, while Brad Hodson's foray into a historical horror tale with shades of detective stories was also quite alluring. Sephera Giron's story was also excellent. I enjoyed the other stories as well, but as with all anthologies, there are always going to be ones that people consider their favourites--stories that stand apart from the rest. The quality of this anthology is fantastic and it's a great read for horror and dark fantasy fans.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christine Marshall

    Being a Christian and not wanting anything to do with ouiji boards as a way for doors to be opened that shouldn't be, i figure this was the safest way to satisfy my curiosity about them, however, other than the first story,(which was awesome) the other 5 stories were absolutely ridiculous and bordered on fantasy and sci-fi... and had almost nothing to do with the boards... i was so disappointed in the stories that i skimmed through them after i got through halfway of each one because i was bored Being a Christian and not wanting anything to do with ouiji boards as a way for doors to be opened that shouldn't be, i figure this was the safest way to satisfy my curiosity about them, however, other than the first story,(which was awesome) the other 5 stories were absolutely ridiculous and bordered on fantasy and sci-fi... and had almost nothing to do with the boards... i was so disappointed in the stories that i skimmed through them after i got through halfway of each one because i was bored stiff. Honestly, some writers forget what real horror is, we are supposed to be scared... or at least wrapped up in the story... Severe disappointment. On all accounts, it gets one star, for the first story glad, this book was free.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Craig Caustic

    Super neat. Can I pick a favorite story? Probably not. If I had to choose, it'd probably be a tie between Kerry Lipp's "Ghosted," Brad C. Hodson's "Gallow's Grove," or Rob E. Boley's "Mr. Shady," the longest and weirdest of them all. "Blood Born" by Megan Hart might have been the scariest, or maybe it just seems that way because I have a newborn and I'd kill anyone who posed a threat to her. Every story in this anthology is a knockout, though, and it proves an extremely pleasant deviation from t Super neat. Can I pick a favorite story? Probably not. If I had to choose, it'd probably be a tie between Kerry Lipp's "Ghosted," Brad C. Hodson's "Gallow's Grove," or Rob E. Boley's "Mr. Shady," the longest and weirdest of them all. "Blood Born" by Megan Hart might have been the scariest, or maybe it just seems that way because I have a newborn and I'd kill anyone who posed a threat to her. Every story in this anthology is a knockout, though, and it proves an extremely pleasant deviation from the watered down Ouija Horror subgenre Netflix and Amazon keeps pushing on us (or maybe just me). In short; this anthology is worth every penny. Buy it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emily Duvall

    Each story gripped me from the first page and I just wanted a few more chapters of each! I read each one nervous and waiting for what happens when I turn the page. I haven't read horror in some time, but these authors leave me wanting to check out their other stories. Dark and wanting more...that's how their writing left me. Each story gripped me from the first page and I just wanted a few more chapters of each! I read each one nervous and waiting for what happens when I turn the page. I haven't read horror in some time, but these authors leave me wanting to check out their other stories. Dark and wanting more...that's how their writing left me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    This inventive collection of short stories featuring Ouija boards offers some chills. I found each one to be satisfying, although I'm dying to know what else happened in Gallow's Grove - a superb tale that stuck with me the longest. Don't miss this one. This inventive collection of short stories featuring Ouija boards offers some chills. I found each one to be satisfying, although I'm dying to know what else happened in Gallow's Grove - a superb tale that stuck with me the longest. Don't miss this one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ahbet

    Not scary enough 6 completely unique stories in a hard to put down book . A good read but not super scary. I thought the scare factor would be higher based on the title . But all in all its attachments good read

  10. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Folks

    Great selection of stories. Enjoy each and everyone. Always had a interest in the Ouija Board and these stories just drew me into them and found myself unable to put the book own.

  11. 4 out of 5

    DianaMeaney

    These were all very interesting and scary tales! Blood Born was definitely the scariest of the stories- I still think about it months later!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Menzies

    This is a fantastic collection of stories from some great authors. Every time I finished a story, I was wanting more. I'll definitely look for more titles by each author. It's a good collection to dip your toe in and get a taste of new writers. A definite winner! This is a fantastic collection of stories from some great authors. Every time I finished a story, I was wanting more. I'll definitely look for more titles by each author. It's a good collection to dip your toe in and get a taste of new writers. A definite winner!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Robert W. Easton

    Great stories. creepy as fu... er, all get out. The one with the girl and her newborn. Yeep! Very satisfyingly adult oriented. (In case there isn't a label.) Great stories. creepy as fu... er, all get out. The one with the girl and her newborn. Yeep! Very satisfyingly adult oriented. (In case there isn't a label.)

  14. 5 out of 5

    carl o'neill

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sean

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Kirkwood

  17. 4 out of 5

    Denise Paterson

  18. 4 out of 5

    Liz

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brad Biggs

  20. 4 out of 5

    Frank

  21. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Liebowitz

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nancy L. Dailey

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Haid

  24. 5 out of 5

    David

    3.5 stars rounded up. Unusual and inventive set of tales.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Larry

  26. 5 out of 5

    Art

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angela Locke

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Ruth E C Varcoe

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tara Victoria

  30. 4 out of 5

    Matilda Field

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