Title: Forgotten Treasures
Author: Lisa Kessler
Pages: 146 ( On my e-reader )
Catagory: Short stories
Memories of “the good old days” shared by grandparents.
Alien invasions by flashlight, under the covers, after bedtime.
Short stories are like Forgotten Treasures you find in a trunk in the attic, just waiting to be discovered.
Inside this book lurks a Christmas loving demon, a pirate ghost who becomes flesh only one night a year, and an ancient Egyptian god who longs to be a god of rock-n-roll.
These tales, and many more, are anxious for you to open the cover and dust them off.
Voted one of the Top 10 Best Short Story Anthology’s of 2011 according to the Preditors & Editors readers pol
The view of a book addict:
So first of all let me tell you that I love everything Lisa writes. So when I found out that she publiced a book with short stories I just had to read it. And just as I suspected she didn’t dissapoint me.
Some of the stories are beautiful, some are surprising and some are just really scary. I just know that some of the stories I’ve read will haunt me at nigt and keep me scared of the dark shadows. While others made me cry because they had such a beautiful and lovely ending. Once again I can’t help but just fall in love with the Lisa’s writing style.
The verdict of a book addict:
I love short stories and I love the way Lisa Kessler has wrote them down. I would recommend this book to everyone I know.