Review – It Calls From The Forest by Eerie River Publishing

“Whatever you do, do not listen. Ignore that pull, the need to escape from drudgeries of life and find peace and solitude within nature. It is not the cool breeze and the scent of pine that whispers your name. No, these things within the forest will rip out your heart and devour your soul. You will tremble as they revel in your madness, taking everything from you and leaving you with nothing Delve inside this anthology of what truly lurks within the shadows of the trees. Created by award-winning horror and fiction authors around the world. We dare you to take this journey with us and find out what horrors await you. The Forest Is Calling. Will you answer?”

Eerie River follow up their drabble anthology, Forgotten Ones, with 24 terrifying tales from the forest – covering pagan rituals, hikes gone wrong, monsters, ancient gods, weird creatures of the woods and much more.

With a variety of story lengths written in different styles, It Calls From The Forest will contain many stories for readers to love and keep coming back to. The entries are inventive and unique, with the authors strong voices coming through loud and clear.

The anthology flows well too, from the short, sharp shock of the collections opener the the longer pieces dotted here and there. It Calls From The Forest is top quality horror and comes highly recommended.

Personal favourites were Holley Cornetto’s “Forest Man”, a tale of adolescence, adventures gone wrong and envy while “The Hike” by E.E.W. Christman left a lasting memory.

An exceptional collection of horrific tales with something for every horror fan. It Calls From The Forest is released on April 15th and can be ordered here.

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