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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Darker Side Endings by Kelvin Kettle is a set of 8 horror stories. All the eight stories - Spikes, Shanglin Forest,The Black Egg, Date Mistake, Amanda in Red, The Student, The Pretty Lady and The Devil's Altar - are unique with a common thread of horror, intrigue, mystery, and suspense running through them. 'Spikes' is about a murder case where the suspect is an attractive woman. 'Shanglin Forest' is a story about Shanglin Forest when Shanglin is the King and how the forest sees a lot of bloodshed. 'The Black Egg' is a dark story of how terror strikes when this egg hatches. 'Date Mistake' is the lighter of the stories of how all of Jake's date meetings go awry. 'Amanda In Red' is a creepy story of a girl who is visible only to one person and he sees her wearing a blood stained white dress. 'The Student' is about Carl Stone who was accused of murdering girls and how he is taught a lesson. 'The Pretty Lady' is an intriguing story of a lady in white who shows up to James Denny. The last short story, 'The Devil's Altar' is a horrifying story of five friends who find out their party at the Devil's Altar might be their last party.
Some stories are creepy, some bizarre, some weird, and some scary to make it an interesting collection for the reader. All the stories leave the readers hooked to the book. The author has written different types of stories that are all horror related. There is a sense of urgency and fear in all the stories that makes them fast paced.