Monday, October 29, 2012

Review: Shades Of Souls Passed

What's more fun than curling up with a book of spooky ghost stories on a cold October night?  Curling up with a book of true spooky ghost stories!

In Shades of Souls Passed (, 2010), Teresa R. Andrews presents nine true accounts of creepy, supernatural encounters that occurred in Madison County, New York (note to self: avoid Madison County).  Each story is crisp, well-written, and a perfect quick-read-in-the-carpool-line couple of pages long.  These stories are old-fashioned spooky; no blood or gore.  If you're looking for a little shiver-worthy reading this Halloween, Shades of Souls Passed is an excellent choice.

I received an complimentary copy of Shades of Souls Passed to facilitate my review.  No other compensation was received.  For full disclosure, see the sidebar.


Leovi said...

A proper reading for this week.

Fireblossom said...

I love this kind of stuff!

G-Man said...

Whats more fun?
Having Fireblossom fetch you a Hot Toddy, whilst reading that book to you...:-)

A Lady's Life said...

I don't usually get scared but this year they showed one movie which was quite scary. lol