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By Barry Moser | Comments: ( 632 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

Goose bumps along your arms, the hairs rising on the back of your neck, these are the sure signs you re immersed in a great scary story Featuring classic stories by such timeless authors as Edgar Allan Poe, O Henry, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, H P Lovecraft, Ambrose Bierce, and H G Wells, this spellbinding collection also includes modern masterpieces by contemporGoose bumps along your arms, the hairs rising on the back of your neck, these are the sure signs you re immersed in a great scary story Featuring classic stories by such timeless authors as Edgar Allan Poe, O Henry, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, H P Lovecraft, Ambrose Bierce, and H G Wells, this spellbinding collection also includes modern masterpieces by contemporary legends like Stephen King, Roald Dahl, Shirley Jackson, Joyce Carol Oates, and Ray Bradbury.Celebrated artist Barry Moser s twenty unforgettable engravings capture all the suspense and horror in these brilliant stories, making this a deluxe illustrated edition that readers of all ages will want to return to again and againif they dare


  • Title: Scary Stories
  • Author: Barry Moser
  • ISBN: 9780811854146
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Barry Moser

Barry Moser born 1940 is a renowned artist, most famous as a printmaker and illustrator of numerous works of literature.



Comments Scary Stories

  • Kaethe

    The stories are all "finest kind", and Moser's woodcuts are just outstandingly creepy.*** I picked it up thinking it was the reissue of scat stories to tell in the dark, with the less horrific art, which it isn't. What it was, was a good entre back into reading: a gateway book. Library copy


  • Sara

    This bood wasgood. Overall, I liked it; however, many of the stories were dumb and not scary at all (walking on a pier with your dead great-grandmother's fingers on your neck for all eternity? COME ON!!)


  • Emily Fox

    Uhms this book is stupid lol. Doing a lottery to see who gets bombarded with rocks? Also the woman in labor with Hitler????? Come on now What happen to scary? -.-


  • Keri Ann

    Normally I wouldn't write a review on a book I didn't feel strongly about one way or the other; but there were a couple of things I wish I'd known about this book before I'd read it. The main problem I had with this book is that two of the stories (Kittens and The Squaw) contain fairly gruesome content involving animal cruelty towards kittens. I can take human violence all day long but as soon as something bad happens to an animal, you can count me out. I just wish I had known before hand and I [...]


  • Jennifer Dines

    I absolutely adored this book - perfect for a dark and stormy night in the New England autumn that I currently inhabit. This book is an anthology of spooky short stories by authors commonly taught in high school English courses (Washington Irving, Poe, O. Henry, Bradbury) as well as more modern trade authors (Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates). Barry Moser's delightfully creepy engravings add just a dash of other-worldliness to the horror and suspense found in each selection Particular spine-chill [...]


  • Esmeralda Vela

    In my opinion Scary Stories is an cool book because it wasn't that scary.I can not relate to none of them because none of the characters are the some as me.So that is why I can't relate to them.If this book was on series I might not read them but maybe because I don't want another book that I can't realate to.The only story from the book that I liked is "Thanksgiving" and I only like this story is because for me it was the scariest one of all of them.I love the part especially in the beginning p [...]


  • Sasha

    Perhaps it is my dark humor or I love seeing little children being murderous and animals getting revenge, however I really enjoyed "Kittens" by Dean Koontz (the story of a little girl getting revenge on her parents for killing all her kittens), "The Squaw" by Bram Stoker (cats are truly evil), and "Fingers on the Back of the Neck" by Margaret Mahy (a sociopath of a young boy who will do anything to attend a prestigious private school). There were also a couple of classics from Edgar Allan Poe, " [...]


  • Earline

    This book is a great collection of horror short stories from a variety of writers ranging from Edgar Allen Poe and Stephen King to Joyce Carol Oates and Roald Dahl.My favorites of the book would have to be:Kittens - Dean KoontzMiriam - Truman CapoteThe Tell-Tale Heart - Edgar Allen Poe (all-time fav)Genesis and Catastrophe - Roald DahlThe Terrible Old Man - H.P. LovecraftThe Lottery - Shirley Jackson


  • Sherri

    Not scary at all. I disliked the first story the most, I didn't care to go any further in the book after that but I did, and what a waste of time that was. They aren't scare at all. The first story is more disturbing than anything, and everything else is a little strange. The title seems to be a bit of a fib


  • Anderson

    This was a great book full of some really good, spooky stories. I didn't love all of them, and there were a couple I had read, but there were several I loved and was happy to find some new authors to explore. Would recommend to anyone that likes exploring new authors, and enjoys short creepy stories!!


  • Jessie

    This book was super boring nothing really scary about it except for a couple of stories :(


  • Marelyn

    rilly scary


  • - Sophie..(:

    Charlene reviewed this, and it Looks V.Good! I think i might read this!


  • Valerie

    i love this cover n good book !!!


  • Sammyc

    cool


  • Tori

    Fabulous collection of scary stories written by authors such as Dean Koontz, Joyce Carol Oates, H. P. Lovecraft, etc.


  • Debra

    A collection of some familiar good ole scary stories and a bunch I'd never encountered before. Excellent illustrations, too. Glad I picked this one up.


  • Enid

    These short stories weren't even as scary as any of the Goosebumps series. Only the story by Winston Churchill called "Man Overboard!" merited a small chuckle.


  • Martin Esparza

    mmmm pretty cary from the cover


  • Miriam

    many of these scary stories are ones we read in school, at camp, or on roadtrips. however, i bought the book for the barry moser illustrations!


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