Monday, February 6, 2012


Book Title:"Help Wanted: Tales of on the Job Terror"
Author:Various Authors, Edited by Peter Giglio
Published By:Evil Jester Press
Age Recommended:18 +
Reviewed By:Kitty Bullard
Raven Rating:5


Review:I practically cut my teeth on Stephen King, I learned to walk with Dean Koontz, and was reading Edgar Allan Poe, and Hitchcock while learning to ride a bike. These men always scared me, but I LOVED being scared. So when Peter Giglio offered the chance to review this anthology of 'on the job, tales of terror' I though... alright, sounds like some awesome fun. I have since decided that I will never work in an actual office again... why you may ask? I fear the water coolers now, I am scared to death my fingers are going to fuse to my keyboard (even as I'm writing this review), and I'm wondering just how many district managers have come to a store only with the thoughts of taking over the lives of their underlings.

I refuse to sit in my office chair at my desk because I'm scared my spine will magically attach itself to the chair and I'll be stuck there forever, I now sit on the couch with my laptop on... my lap... can you imagine? Well if you can't, read this book and trust me you'll be able to. I have to say this anthology is a collection of some of the most adept and fantastic horror writers I have had the pleasure of reading in a very long time. I loved it from start to finish and all the stories were complete perfection. If you hate work now... just wait until you read this book. You'll want to stay as far away from the office as possible and remember... be wary of the water distributors, they are out to get you whether you realize it or not. Take your own bottled water to work! Do NOT drink out of the water cooler!

Yes... sadly I think I have developed some form of psychosis having read this book. I'm going to take my medication now.

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