Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre

Tim Lieder s anthology is an entertaining trip into the Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone It is a place where a War Against Clowns is violently waged, a magician is taught magic by a scottish crab, a pretty lycanthrope unleashes her wild side in a London club, and a not so imaginary friend helps a shy young man get the girl Sadly there are no cannibal teddy bears to be fTim Lieder s anthology is an entertaining trip into the Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone It is a place where a War Against Clowns is violently waged, a magician is taught magic by a scottish crab, a pretty lycanthrope unleashes her wild side in a London club, and a not so imaginary friend helps a shy young man get the girl Sadly there are no cannibal teddy bears to be found in any of the stories Maybe in the next anthology Chadwick Saxelid
Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre Tim Lieder s anthology is an entertaining trip into the Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone It is a place where a War Against Clowns is violently waged a magician is taught magic by a scottish crab a

  • Title: Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre
  • Author: Tim Lieder Jenifer Jourdanne C.C. Parker Brian Rosenberger Roberta Rogaw Tim Johnson Cameron Hill William Brock
  • ISBN: 9780976654605
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre”

    1. Title made it sound more awesome than it actually was - in fact, only one story really stood out. Get any one of the Flight volumes instead.

    2. Crap like this makes me think I could actually start a relatively successful writing career. Thanks for the inspiration, worst-book-of-2012-thus-far!

    3. This was a book with no editorial vision, many typos, and pretty much stuck in the young twenties viewpoint (mostly white male athiest libertarians, by the sound of it, but I am stretching a little to say so.)Each of the stories possessed an interesting central concept but mostly seemed unfinished, or like first drafts. Any one of these stories could have benefited from some editorial guidance, as could have the entire book. There was no introduction, no interstitial material, no contribution of [...]

    4. I reviewed this on :I am disappoint.Yes, I just used an over-used internet (lol cat) meme to (in my opinion) adequately describe my feelings about this book in the spirit of this book.Four 5-star and two 4-star reviews? Seriously? Who is reading this book? I thought I was getting a crazy-dark fiction book, something a step beyond the horror genre. I get a depressed, Jewish, Big Bad Wolf, 20-somethings who can't grow up, a werewolf vs. The Peppercorn Rent (with the last name of Lupine - really?), [...]

    5. With a title like this I was expecting horror stories of some sort, what I got was far from it. Most of them read like blog posts from people with Attention Deficit Disorder. One tale was about a woman eating at The Rainforest Cafe and then watching her friend give makeovers to a group of preteen girls. I spent 15 minutes reading a story that I just summed up for you in 1 sentence. It was a complete waste of my time reading this book.

    6. The only reason this is being shelved under ick-attack is that the story about the werewolf at the club was good. Every all one was horrible.

    7. Review of Teddy Bear Cannibal MassacreReview by Mallory Heart ReviewsReviewed for FreeBookDude for Sept. 29 2012I am always gratified when my immediate opinion of a title, cover art, or blurb, is validated upon reading the book. I’d like to say this is true of “Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre,” but unfortunately I found this 11-story Anthology to be of what I considered uneven quality and interest. There are three outstanding stories included, and I rate each at 5 Stars:“Doof Doof Doof” [...]

    8. If done correctly a short story anthology can introduce you to a new writer or a group of writers. I can also introduce you an indie publisher that demands to be noticed. I have had this happen in on numerous occasions and with the Kindle it's happened quite often.That brings me to Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre which tries really really hard to be good, it does but the majority of the stories here fall flat and are quite boring. Sadly, I had high hopes for this and have heard about these guys and [...]

    9. Scary, creepy, humorous, etc. There are no teddy bears, cannibals or massacres in this book, but there are some things on the same level of strange.Some are definitely aimed at adults (as in not appropriate for children). A rather long story right in the middle seems more like a humorous memoir and totally doesn't fit with the general horror theme. Then again, I'm not sure this actually has a theme.The majority of the stories are either creepy or scary. A few are really well done. Overall, I enj [...]

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