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By J.W. Schnarr | Comments: ( 511 ) | Date: ( Dec 09, 2019 )

In this collection of 21 short stories, J.W Schnarr writes very much in the tradition of classic greats such as Edgar Allan Poe and Guy de Maupassant, but with a completely modern, fresh voice With Schnarr it s not so much about gore and splatter, as it is about sliding like a scalpel inside your head and lodging there His characters are believable, ordinary people whoIn this collection of 21 short stories, J.W Schnarr writes very much in the tradition of classic greats such as Edgar Allan Poe and Guy de Maupassant, but with a completely modern, fresh voice With Schnarr it s not so much about gore and splatter, as it is about sliding like a scalpel inside your head and lodging there His characters are believable, ordinary people who are hurtled into horrific situations, sometimes of their own making whether through love or stupidity, sometimes not J.W Schnarr s work has appeared alongside such greats as Clive Barker in Torn Realities, and his work was dubbed Freshest Tale by Rue Morgue magazine.


  • Title: Things Falling Apart
  • Author: J.W. Schnarr
  • ISBN: 9781927400036
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Things Falling Apart

  • Lizzy Lessard

    As this is a collection of short stories with a multitude of characters, I found it quite hard to decide on a rating. I ended up rating it 3/5 because some stories were awesome, some were disturbing, and some were lame. These stories don’t abide by ordinary limits – this is the darkest side of humanity. If you like dark – and it’s even too dark for me in some of the short stories – than you’d like this. Otherwise, do not read. Don’t even peek. Warning – These stories contain gore [...]


  • Stephen Gordon

    Schnarr made me care. From the very beginning of this 20+ collection of short stories he made me care about the people in his tales and about what happened to them. He kept me engaged by building real characters I could believe in and then putting them through extraordinary situations. I didn't always get a happy ending but nothing ever felt gratuitous or unjustified. When the protagonist doesn't get the girl, win the prize or finishes in death, pain or agony there was always a reason for it. Th [...]


  • Mixofsunandcloud

    I received this book for free through a First Reads Giveaway.I really enjoyed these stories. The characters were well developed given the length of the stories, and generally very believable. I actually cared what happened to them.My personal favourite story was Frogger. It was short, but very clever. It also spoke to me as someone who's spent their whole life with video games, although Frogger was never my game.The stories rarely resort to gore for their horror. Not that I have anything against [...]


  • Kelly

    2.5/5 StarsReceived via Good Reads First Reads giveaway.This is a very, very dark set of stories, some good, others not so good, some were very difficult to get through (and not because of the content, but rather the writing).There were a few stories that should have ended way before they did, and others that seriously suffered from a lack of plot development - but first and foremost I think the stories could have done with stronger editing. There were stories with promise that lead nowhere, and [...]


  • Kerry

    I received this book through a First Reads giveaway. I like Lovecraft and I really enjoy plots with ghosts and paranormal activity and there was some of that in this book. Because my husband is apocalypse obsessed I also tolerate those and I appreciate an innovative zombie tale. So, there was lots to choose from to like about this book of short stories. I liked some of the stories individually. I felt that the compilation shared what I see to be an issue with the horror and thriller genre as a w [...]


  • E.M. MacCallum

    I'll admit, I'm not a short story fan. I like the entrenched dregs of storytelling but these short stories gave me more than I expected.There were fascinating and imaginative stories like “Dredging Up the Dead”, “Song of the Dead”, “Anna's Jar of Hurts”, “The Terrible Things We Dream In Sleep” & “Dorothy of Kansas”Gross-out stories like “Survival of the Fattest.”Funny ones like “Little Sisters Can't Be Trusted.”And stories that I loved so much I wanted more like, [...]


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