Be Very Afraid!: More Tales of Horror
Edo Van Belkom
Tundra Books, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
In the past, the real horror in horror stories took the form of aliens from outer space or terrifying swamp monsters. Today’s teens face horrors that are closer to home: guns, alcohol abuse, eating disorders, bullies. Winner of the Aurora and Bram Stoker Awards, Edo van Belkom has gathered tales about modern-day terrors from some of North America’s best horror writers. This new spine-chilling collection includes stories by Michael J. Aruda, Randy D. Ashburn, Loren L. Barrett, Edo van Belkom, Mark A. Garland, Ed Greenwood, Tanya Huff, Michael Kelly, David Nickle, Tim Piccirilli, Edmund Plante, Michael Rowe, Robert J. Sawyer, and Sheri White.
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