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Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite
Comes a Chopper is a collection of horror stories by Bryan Cassiday. If you are a fan of horror, then you’ll get a buzz from this book. How would you react if you saw your death in a dream? Rattigan saw his own and it frazzled him, so he sought help in Second Sight. Taggert discovered how deadly his dreams were in Lizard Man. Imagine yourself being hypnotised by a cell phone to commit murder, as was the case in Cellular. The Fine Print is a good example which shows why persons should take the time to read contracts before they sign them. There are a few stories which are about zombies. These include Boxed and Infestation, and every one has a very unpredictable plot.
Bryan Cassiday displays a dark sense of humour in Comes a Chopper. All of the stories are entirely bizarre, but interesting. They are quite original and contain an adequate amount of horror that will leave readers satisfied. I imagined myself in a few of these settings and wondered what my actions would have been, especially in the zombie tales. The author has written creatively and I like how he manages to bring each story to its climax. Although I felt his writing style was not as smooth flowing as it ought to be, it was nonetheless fairly good. Comes a Chopper contains sixteen witty short stories. The book will make a nice little bedtime thriller, and a quick read to pass the time.