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  • Cast No Shadows
  • Jordan Elizabeth
  • English
  • 20 November 2014

10 thoughts on “Cast No Shadows

  1. Dianne Dianne says:

    Is there ever a bad time to enjoy a few spooky scary or horrific tales? Settle in because this cast of authors have come up with tales to suit every flavor a reader could want all in bite sized chunks to be read one at a time or for those of us that just can’t get enough all at onceCAST NO SHADOWS is a collection of tales from urban legends to love from beyond the veil of death with a few demonic spirits tossed in just to get your blood pumping Each author has imprinted their own style their own voice and given readers a virtual smorgasbord of tales from beyond Enter graveyards haunted houses and ghosts lots of ghosts from those gone from this world too soon to those with a message to share before they can go on to a better hereafterNot big into ghost stories? Afraid of things that go bump in the night? Fear not this anthology is the perfect way to jump in with both feet and it’s okay if you have to sleep with the lights on it is all part of the great writing you will be treated to But seriously no nightmares have been reported at least that I know of There isn’t a bad tale in the group but I just may have my favorites but I’m not telling which ones all I will say is they do involve a ghostThank you to every author who enriched this anthologyI received this copy from Jordan Elizabeth Mierek in exchange for my honest reviewPublisher Curiosity uills Press October 9 2016Publication Date October 9 2016Genre Dark FantasyPrint Length 479 pagesAvailable from For Reviews More


  2. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Well Halloween is coming up and if you love creepy stories urban legends ghosts and mystery and everything that Halloween entails you'll definitely want to read this book Cast No Shadows is like one of those retro old fashioned ghost story books similar to ones such as Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and The Haunting Hour Eerie original imaginative and daring these stories are both frightening and fun and above all else they're the thing horror is most about very thrilling


  3. Irene Irene says:

    I have always loved ghost stories from the time I was a little girl so I jumped on the chance to read this anthology These tales and their intensity varies They include ghosts who came back for unfinished business gentle spirits who want to protect what they love demonic forces and even a touching tale of a little girl who never really had a chance to live until long after she passed away There are spooky graveyards haunted houses and things that go bump in the night Some stories are spine tingling others are sorrowful Not all are scary or even meant to be scary but all were worth a read I received a complimentary copy for review


  4. Tamara Tamara says:

    I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest reviewLike another one of Jordan Elizabeth's work among a collaboration of other authors this is an anthology of short stories all packed together with a similar idea in which case is about ghostsI was please by these set of stories however some of them were not well written and something I did not find myself enjoying them However even saying so I did find myself enjoying a great deal of them To specify some of the short stories where just hilarious or full blown creepy while others just fell flat One in particular I wished for it to be a whole novel It was one of many a retelling of Cinderella The most enjoyable part was when the Prince found his Princess but while most stories have Cinderella trying on shoes this wise Prince knows her face and only wants to take her out on a dateI am not a ghost story kind of person yet I enjoyed the moments of hair raising on my arms while reading the short stories A clever set of stories What's nice about each story being its own is that if I need to set the book down after each story I won't feel like I am setting my characters on pause while I do other things


  5. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Curiosity uills Anthology Cast No Shadows by Jordan Elizabeth Mierek and many other talented authors is a collection that is perfect for the month of October Each story has a ghost related theme and spooky as heck There are 36 stories and each one of them are 4 or 5 stars each There isn't a bad one in the bunch I tried to pick a favorite and I just couldn't they all had something intriguing about them Maybe the story Sarah because it was so simple yet awesome But all were great This book is a definite winner Fantasy ghost stories at its best I received a review copy of this book a review was not reuired all opinions are my own


  6. Elisabeth Hamill Elisabeth Hamill says:

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewCast No Shadows is an anthology of ghostly stories I was torn because there is some real brilliance in amongst the dross but getting there was difficult at times The majority of the stories are lukewarm in terms of thrilling or even entertaining and at least one story had some formatting issues in the kindle copy I received My favorites ended up being some of the very last and a less engaged reader may not have even gotten there 'The Staircase' by Clare Weze was one notable favorite a short written in e mail format and the character really shines It isn't a jump and scare story but a bittersweet ghost story The other was 'Try Me' by Christine Baker a brilliant little short I could easily see expanded into a novel I absolutely loved that one a heartbreaking foray into the cost of addiction on family For terms of sheer enjoyment I loved 'Tillie in Utica' a turn of the century piece by Jordan Elizabeth I want to hear about this character who I understood was based on the author's great grandmother Another I enjoyed was 'The Ghost of Shadmoor Park' by Grant EagarMy problem with the anthology is the varying uality of stories and how far you have to read to get hooked The first few stories in the anthology just didn't do it for me I suspect a rearrangement of order would have helped But I'm glad I stuck through it just to get to the four toward the end Someone else may love some of the 'creepy' stories but they kind of fell flat for me I did enjoy it in the end but felt like I had to work too hard to get to the good stuff


  7. Donna Donna says:

    This anthology is ostensibly a collection of short ghost stories though several are spooky stories than ghost stories Comments on the individual tales in the collection are below but if you like spooky tales and prefer your stories short enough to read while commuting or eating or telling round the campfire this is definitely the boxset for youIndividuallyThe Final Act of Keri and Trent by Derek McFadden 4This was a little strange and a little weird in its look into the end of life and what happens afterwards Well handled for a short fiction piece and I loved Trent's letter to his girlsGhostly Affection by Grace M DeLeesie 4This beautifully written story is about human nature than ghostly nature but it is beautiful Apart from the wedding day And the ending? Pure bliss I hate soppy stories but I'm not ashamed to say this made me sigh with happiness at the end Amity by Jordan Elizabeth 5A true ghost story well written Excellent short story that leaves you wanting Attic Secrets by Ashley Pasco 4A very typical ghost story very short and very sweetBarroom Nightmare by Al Dorantes 4Tommy this ghost is definitely cranky than scary and Ham is a complete wuss to keep running off home everytime rather than trying to deal with him The fact it takes crazy Ruth to settle things just made me laugh out loudThe Sun Valley Bistro by Kae P uinn 5In comparison to Tommy the ghost in the last story Roger the one in this is practically a saint And instead of causing problems he solves them including saving the very bistro itself They may give him the first cup of coffee every day but he has most definitely earned itCandlestick Guilt by Jordan Elizabeth 4A sweet story well toldConfined Awake by Insanity by Tracina Cozza 4A strange tale that leaves you wondering which is the true reality CreepyGhosts of Holy Cross by Ashley Pasco 4A funny tale of a girl who discovers she can see ghosts In a bizarre way Graveyard Dust by Heather Talty 5This is a very good retelling of Cinderella complete with ghosts caretaker's boots and a lot of funniness Artfully told especially in so short a storyFaceless by James McNally 4This is a story where the ghost physically interacts with the world with devastating but thankful results And of course causes a treasure obsession tooThe Blood Stained Handkerchief by Jordan Elizabeth 5A lovely tale sometimes sad told from both the modern and older POV Beautifully writtenThis Ol' Haunted House by Gloria Slade 4I liked this story as it both shows a girl getting good friends through what could've been a problem the haunted house and has an explanation and a resolution to the ghost Good storyHouse on Hazelnut Lane by Jordan Elizabeth 5This is a spooky story that gives you a shiver down the back Liked the way you got to see what happened at each event causing a ghost through the characters' own eyes and it was very clear when we jumped between the past and present too which is not always the case a pet hate Left me with a chill and shiverSweet Hollow Road by C K Raggio 5Excellent writing Such a spooky story it's perfect for telling on Halloween or round a campfire Don't read before bed if you're easily scared Or camping in the woods Jacked by A F Plant A Minor Matter of Death by W K Pomeroy 5A story that shows how it's not just the person who dies that's affected by a death especially a sudden violent death Well written both funny and slightly sadMoving In With the Ghost by A Elizabeth Zumchak 5Such a sweet but sad story beautifully writtenDeath of a Necromancer by Misha Murphy 5I loved the original premise behind this story and the way it was so well written Very enjoyable beautifully finished and I liked the fact there was no cliffhanger that would've been so disappointing with such a great story It would be interesting to read adventures that this character has though now that she is aware of her giftSilent Opera by Joan O Scharf 5This is a fabulous spooky story great for telling at Halloween or round campfires to creep people out It certainly left me with a chillTake My Place by Nicole Green 4A creepy slightly gross and descriptive horrorghost story that's certainly not for he faint of heart Well put together and written with a great idea behind itNellie's Playmate by Lorna MacDonald Czarnota 5A well written and uite sad very short ghost story that's perfect for a uick read on the commute or with a cuppa The Regal by Jeremy Mortis 3This was a bit of a strange story and kind of felt incomplete I liked the premise though and the writing is good it just feels like something's missingDark Rider by Amy L Gale 5I loved this story as it was very original inventive intriguing and had a twist of romance to seal the deal but not too much or soppy romance which I hate Plus there's a handsome biker invoked and a motorbike so yayThe Sailor by Lisa Oaks 3A very weird story that jumps around a lot has characters that appear and disappear just like that even living ones and finishes on a cliffhanger Feels like some chapters from a longer book condensed into a short story DisappointingSarah by Rachel Pond 4While this is a sweet little story it's like a snippet from a larger story However it is extremely well written funny and enjoyable so it still got 4Ghost of Shadmoor Park by Grant Eagar 5This was an incredibly funny touching and engaging story Loved it And can completely understand Katie's wish to be a cookie eating ghost yummySimon and the Ghost by Jeremy Mortis 5This was a very touching very short story and also warns about the dangers of drink driving and domestic abuse Cleverly educational and enjoyableThe Staircase by Clare Weze 4The unusual format of this story as a series of emails from a girl called Katrine to her half brother Toby telling him about her search for her father was interesting though did make reading it slower It was also sad not to have his replies though we get an idea of the tone of them from the things she says in the next one It's a new way of telling a story and I liked the novelty of the approachSwamp by Joan O Scharf 3While this was generally a good story it felt incomplete so I was a bit disappointedTillie in Utica by Jordan Elizabeth 5A sweet little story A Trace of Time by Joan O Scharf 5Short and spooky enough to put you off getting lost and poking round graveyards in the rainTruth or Dare by Molly Jauregui 4Creepy Halloween story that leaves you with the creeps More demons than ghosts but definitely a story for telling round the campfireTry Me by Christine Baker 5A gritty real story that is both tear jerking and laugh out loud at times Excellent and highly recommended I just want to read about them and what they do nextWinchell Hall's Mistery by Gloria Slade 4No real ghost action in this one a short cozy mystery but I enjoyed it Yankee Inn by Jordan Elizabeth 5Loved this story and the characters are so intriguing An excellent tale and superb ending to the collection


  8. Nicholas Masters Nicholas Masters says:

    Mixed feelings about this anthologySome really great stories with Ghostly Affection by Grace M DeLeesie really setting the tone for what I thought would be an epic compilation of storiesBut then there were too many page fillers I know I can't be too critical as some of these stories are forays into writing by some new budding authors but one or two 1 stories leave a bad taste in your mouth that reuires a few good stories to start forgetting about And then as you feel you are back on track up pops another poor literary work that brings the anthology down againGreat finish though by a few good stories by Jordan Elizabeth and Christine BakerAll in all I thought the anthology was just too long Unfortunately i feel some of these stories could have been weeded out to make a much stronger work of paranormal fiction


  9. Alyce Hunt Alyce Hunt says:

    First things first I need to say a huge thank you to Curiosity uills publishing for allowing me access to this title in exchange for an honest review 'Seeing a ghost is meeting the past Someone who should no longer exist still lingers Communicating with a spirit is communicating with history Who knows what secrets a ghost will reveal or what doors they will unlock you never knew existed?'I'm a sucker for a ghost story I'm a sucker for short stories So as soon as I saw this anthology on the Curiosity uills catalogue I reuested it faster than the speed of light almost burning my fingers off in the processCheck out my review featuring reviews of all 36 short stories with individual ratings


  10. Reading Reindeer Reading Reindeer says:

    Review CAST NO SHADOWS Anthology Various AuthorsMy routine taste in horror is for the dark even extreme Occasionally though it's good to break from routine and enjoy something lighter The stories in this collection are hopeful adorable and ultimately uplifting None will proffer nightmares but will encourage good dreams and good will to all I think this anthology is a great choice if you've just finished reading dark horror or if the world's plethora of real life angst is bringing you down Open CAST NO SHADOWS and enjoy


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Cast No Shadows[Read] ➪ Cast No Shadows By Jordan Elizabeth – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Welcome to the shadowed woods where the trees breathe with ghosts and the wind whispers of the pastTwenty six authors take you through haunted houses and cemeteries with tales that will chillBeware th Welcome to the shadowed woods where the trees breathe with ghosts and the wind whispers of the pastTwenty six authors take you through haunted houses and cemeteries with tales that will chillBeware the dark for the spirits await you.

10 thoughts on “Cast No Shadows

  1. Dianne Dianne says:

    Is there ever a bad time to enjoy a few spooky scary or horrific tales? Settle in because this cast of authors have come up with tales to suit every flavor a reader could want all in bite sized chunks to be read one at a time or for those of us that just can’t get enough all at onceCAST NO SHADOWS is a collection of tales from urban legends to love from beyond the veil of death with a few demonic spirits tossed in just to get your blood pumping Each author has imprinted their own style their own voice and given readers a virtual smorgasbord of tales from beyond Enter graveyards haunted houses and ghosts lots of ghosts from those gone from this world too soon to those with a message to share before they can go on to a better hereafterNot big into ghost stories? Afraid of things that go bump in the night? Fear not this anthology is the perfect way to jump in with both feet and it’s okay if you have to sleep with the lights on it is all part of the great writing you will be treated to But seriously no nightmares have been reported at least that I know of There isn’t a bad tale in the group but I just may have my favorites but I’m not telling which ones all I will say is they do involve a ghostThank you to every author who enriched this anthologyI received this copy from Jordan Elizabeth Mierek in exchange for my honest reviewPublisher Curiosity uills Press October 9 2016Publication Date October 9 2016Genre Dark FantasyPrint Length 479 pagesAvailable from For Reviews More

  2. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Well Halloween is coming up and if you love creepy stories urban legends ghosts and mystery and everything that Halloween entails you'll definitely want to read this book Cast No Shadows is like one of those retro old fashioned ghost story books similar to ones such as Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and The Haunting Hour Eerie original imaginative and daring these stories are both frightening and fun and above all else they're the thing horror is most about very thrilling

  3. Irene Irene says:

    I have always loved ghost stories from the time I was a little girl so I jumped on the chance to read this anthology These tales and their intensity varies They include ghosts who came back for unfinished business gentle spirits who want to protect what they love demonic forces and even a touching tale of a little girl who never really had a chance to live until long after she passed away There are spooky graveyards haunted houses and things that go bump in the night Some stories are spine tingling others are sorrowful Not all are scary or even meant to be scary but all were worth a read I received a complimentary copy for review

  4. Tamara Tamara says:

    I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest reviewLike another one of Jordan Elizabeth's work among a collaboration of other authors this is an anthology of short stories all packed together with a similar idea in which case is about ghostsI was please by these set of stories however some of them were not well written and something I did not find myself enjoying them However even saying so I did find myself enjoying a great deal of them To specify some of the short stories where just hilarious or full blown creepy while others just fell flat One in particular I wished for it to be a whole novel It was one of many a retelling of Cinderella The most enjoyable part was when the Prince found his Princess but while most stories have Cinderella trying on shoes this wise Prince knows her face and only wants to take her out on a dateI am not a ghost story kind of person yet I enjoyed the moments of hair raising on my arms while reading the short stories A clever set of stories What's nice about each story being its own is that if I need to set the book down after each story I won't feel like I am setting my characters on pause while I do other things

  5. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Curiosity uills Anthology Cast No Shadows by Jordan Elizabeth Mierek and many other talented authors is a collection that is perfect for the month of October Each story has a ghost related theme and spooky as heck There are 36 stories and each one of them are 4 or 5 stars each There isn't a bad one in the bunch I tried to pick a favorite and I just couldn't they all had something intriguing about them Maybe the story Sarah because it was so simple yet awesome But all were great This book is a definite winner Fantasy ghost stories at its best I received a review copy of this book a review was not reuired all opinions are my own

  6. Elisabeth Hamill Elisabeth Hamill says:

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewCast No Shadows is an anthology of ghostly stories I was torn because there is some real brilliance in amongst the dross but getting there was difficult at times The majority of the stories are lukewarm in terms of thrilling or even entertaining and at least one story had some formatting issues in the kindle copy I received My favorites ended up being some of the very last and a less engaged reader may not have even gotten there 'The Staircase' by Clare Weze was one notable favorite a short written in e mail format and the character really shines It isn't a jump and scare story but a bittersweet ghost story The other was 'Try Me' by Christine Baker a brilliant little short I could easily see expanded into a novel I absolutely loved that one a heartbreaking foray into the cost of addiction on family For terms of sheer enjoyment I loved 'Tillie in Utica' a turn of the century piece by Jordan Elizabeth I want to hear about this character who I understood was based on the author's great grandmother Another I enjoyed was 'The Ghost of Shadmoor Park' by Grant EagarMy problem with the anthology is the varying uality of stories and how far you have to read to get hooked The first few stories in the anthology just didn't do it for me I suspect a rearrangement of order would have helped But I'm glad I stuck through it just to get to the four toward the end Someone else may love some of the 'creepy' stories but they kind of fell flat for me I did enjoy it in the end but felt like I had to work too hard to get to the good stuff

  7. Donna Donna says:

    This anthology is ostensibly a collection of short ghost stories though several are spooky stories than ghost stories Comments on the individual tales in the collection are below but if you like spooky tales and prefer your stories short enough to read while commuting or eating or telling round the campfire this is definitely the boxset for youIndividuallyThe Final Act of Keri and Trent by Derek McFadden 4This was a little strange and a little weird in its look into the end of life and what happens afterwards Well handled for a short fiction piece and I loved Trent's letter to his girlsGhostly Affection by Grace M DeLeesie 4This beautifully written story is about human nature than ghostly nature but it is beautiful Apart from the wedding day And the ending? Pure bliss I hate soppy stories but I'm not ashamed to say this made me sigh with happiness at the end Amity by Jordan Elizabeth 5A true ghost story well written Excellent short story that leaves you wanting Attic Secrets by Ashley Pasco 4A very typical ghost story very short and very sweetBarroom Nightmare by Al Dorantes 4Tommy this ghost is definitely cranky than scary and Ham is a complete wuss to keep running off home everytime rather than trying to deal with him The fact it takes crazy Ruth to settle things just made me laugh out loudThe Sun Valley Bistro by Kae P uinn 5In comparison to Tommy the ghost in the last story Roger the one in this is practically a saint And instead of causing problems he solves them including saving the very bistro itself They may give him the first cup of coffee every day but he has most definitely earned itCandlestick Guilt by Jordan Elizabeth 4A sweet story well toldConfined Awake by Insanity by Tracina Cozza 4A strange tale that leaves you wondering which is the true reality CreepyGhosts of Holy Cross by Ashley Pasco 4A funny tale of a girl who discovers she can see ghosts In a bizarre way Graveyard Dust by Heather Talty 5This is a very good retelling of Cinderella complete with ghosts caretaker's boots and a lot of funniness Artfully told especially in so short a storyFaceless by James McNally 4This is a story where the ghost physically interacts with the world with devastating but thankful results And of course causes a treasure obsession tooThe Blood Stained Handkerchief by Jordan Elizabeth 5A lovely tale sometimes sad told from both the modern and older POV Beautifully writtenThis Ol' Haunted House by Gloria Slade 4I liked this story as it both shows a girl getting good friends through what could've been a problem the haunted house and has an explanation and a resolution to the ghost Good storyHouse on Hazelnut Lane by Jordan Elizabeth 5This is a spooky story that gives you a shiver down the back Liked the way you got to see what happened at each event causing a ghost through the characters' own eyes and it was very clear when we jumped between the past and present too which is not always the case a pet hate Left me with a chill and shiverSweet Hollow Road by C K Raggio 5Excellent writing Such a spooky story it's perfect for telling on Halloween or round a campfire Don't read before bed if you're easily scared Or camping in the woods Jacked by A F Plant A Minor Matter of Death by W K Pomeroy 5A story that shows how it's not just the person who dies that's affected by a death especially a sudden violent death Well written both funny and slightly sadMoving In With the Ghost by A Elizabeth Zumchak 5Such a sweet but sad story beautifully writtenDeath of a Necromancer by Misha Murphy 5I loved the original premise behind this story and the way it was so well written Very enjoyable beautifully finished and I liked the fact there was no cliffhanger that would've been so disappointing with such a great story It would be interesting to read adventures that this character has though now that she is aware of her giftSilent Opera by Joan O Scharf 5This is a fabulous spooky story great for telling at Halloween or round campfires to creep people out It certainly left me with a chillTake My Place by Nicole Green 4A creepy slightly gross and descriptive horrorghost story that's certainly not for he faint of heart Well put together and written with a great idea behind itNellie's Playmate by Lorna MacDonald Czarnota 5A well written and uite sad very short ghost story that's perfect for a uick read on the commute or with a cuppa The Regal by Jeremy Mortis 3This was a bit of a strange story and kind of felt incomplete I liked the premise though and the writing is good it just feels like something's missingDark Rider by Amy L Gale 5I loved this story as it was very original inventive intriguing and had a twist of romance to seal the deal but not too much or soppy romance which I hate Plus there's a handsome biker invoked and a motorbike so yayThe Sailor by Lisa Oaks 3A very weird story that jumps around a lot has characters that appear and disappear just like that even living ones and finishes on a cliffhanger Feels like some chapters from a longer book condensed into a short story DisappointingSarah by Rachel Pond 4While this is a sweet little story it's like a snippet from a larger story However it is extremely well written funny and enjoyable so it still got 4Ghost of Shadmoor Park by Grant Eagar 5This was an incredibly funny touching and engaging story Loved it And can completely understand Katie's wish to be a cookie eating ghost yummySimon and the Ghost by Jeremy Mortis 5This was a very touching very short story and also warns about the dangers of drink driving and domestic abuse Cleverly educational and enjoyableThe Staircase by Clare Weze 4The unusual format of this story as a series of emails from a girl called Katrine to her half brother Toby telling him about her search for her father was interesting though did make reading it slower It was also sad not to have his replies though we get an idea of the tone of them from the things she says in the next one It's a new way of telling a story and I liked the novelty of the approachSwamp by Joan O Scharf 3While this was generally a good story it felt incomplete so I was a bit disappointedTillie in Utica by Jordan Elizabeth 5A sweet little story A Trace of Time by Joan O Scharf 5Short and spooky enough to put you off getting lost and poking round graveyards in the rainTruth or Dare by Molly Jauregui 4Creepy Halloween story that leaves you with the creeps More demons than ghosts but definitely a story for telling round the campfireTry Me by Christine Baker 5A gritty real story that is both tear jerking and laugh out loud at times Excellent and highly recommended I just want to read about them and what they do nextWinchell Hall's Mistery by Gloria Slade 4No real ghost action in this one a short cozy mystery but I enjoyed it Yankee Inn by Jordan Elizabeth 5Loved this story and the characters are so intriguing An excellent tale and superb ending to the collection

  8. Nicholas Masters Nicholas Masters says:

    Mixed feelings about this anthologySome really great stories with Ghostly Affection by Grace M DeLeesie really setting the tone for what I thought would be an epic compilation of storiesBut then there were too many page fillers I know I can't be too critical as some of these stories are forays into writing by some new budding authors but one or two 1 stories leave a bad taste in your mouth that reuires a few good stories to start forgetting about And then as you feel you are back on track up pops another poor literary work that brings the anthology down againGreat finish though by a few good stories by Jordan Elizabeth and Christine BakerAll in all I thought the anthology was just too long Unfortunately i feel some of these stories could have been weeded out to make a much stronger work of paranormal fiction

  9. Alyce Hunt Alyce Hunt says:

    First things first I need to say a huge thank you to Curiosity uills publishing for allowing me access to this title in exchange for an honest review 'Seeing a ghost is meeting the past Someone who should no longer exist still lingers Communicating with a spirit is communicating with history Who knows what secrets a ghost will reveal or what doors they will unlock you never knew existed?'I'm a sucker for a ghost story I'm a sucker for short stories So as soon as I saw this anthology on the Curiosity uills catalogue I reuested it faster than the speed of light almost burning my fingers off in the processCheck out my review featuring reviews of all 36 short stories with individual ratings

  10. Reading Reindeer Reading Reindeer says:

    Review CAST NO SHADOWS Anthology Various AuthorsMy routine taste in horror is for the dark even extreme Occasionally though it's good to break from routine and enjoy something lighter The stories in this collection are hopeful adorable and ultimately uplifting None will proffer nightmares but will encourage good dreams and good will to all I think this anthology is a great choice if you've just finished reading dark horror or if the world's plethora of real life angst is bringing you down Open CAST NO SHADOWS and enjoy

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