Hellhole: An Anthology of Subterranean Terror

Hellhole: An Anthology of Subterranean Terror

A descent into terror. Legends tell of a hollow earth, a world beneath our own. A world filled with wonders... and danger. But what if the legends are true? Delve into dark worlds in HELLHOLE, where death lurks around every corner, and come face to face with creatures from your worst nightmares in this collection of dark thrillers. New York Times bestselling author Jonathan A descent into terror. Legends tell of a hollow earth, a world beneath our own. A world filled with wonders... ...

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Title:Hellhole: An Anthology of Subterranean Terror
Author:Lee Murray
Rating:
Genres:Horror
ISBN:B07J1H5WBM
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:378 pages pages

Hellhole: An Anthology of Subterranean Terror Reviews

  • Mya
    Jan 16, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

  • Bruce Baugh
    Mar 08, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

  • Robert
    Mar 27, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

  • Michael Hicks
    Nov 24, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

  • John Blaker
    Jan 10, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Cheryl
    Dec 22, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Dave D
    Feb 09, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Billie Lang
    Jan 24, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Bob Richey
    Apr 15, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Vicky
    Apr 05, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Roni Jensen
    Mar 10, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Telela
    Feb 10, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Erik Van
    Feb 03, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Joseph Murry
    Mar 14, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary
    Nov 09, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

  • adrian w taylor
    Dec 22, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • James Prince
    Jan 20, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • John R. Dailey Jr.
    Dec 08, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

  • Kelly G
    Dec 21, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Greg Goulette
    Feb 20, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Hugh E. Mardis
    Mar 01, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Douglas Anderson
    Jan 11, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Scott E Andrews
    Jan 05, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • LeRoy Frank
    Dec 22, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Thomas L.  Macklin
    Jan 16, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

  • Steve Stred
    Nov 29, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

  • Humbert Weaver
    Jan 26, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Emma Olafsen
    Dec 16, 2018

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Bill Miller
    Mar 12, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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  • Abby Eastin
    Jan 17, 2019

    I want more anthologies curated by Lee Murray. I have issues with anthologies in general, and there?s only been a couple that I?ve truly liked. Most of them are too thick, the quality is too varied, and the tone wavers too much. That is not the case here. ?Hellhole? feels like ...

    Subterranean adventures are one of my favorite, must-read horror sub-genres (arctic terror is #1 and if anybody knows of any anthologies in this vein, or is planning on curating one, hit me up because I want to read the hell out of that!), so when New Zealand author Lee Murray announce...

    ** Edited as Review is now live on Kendall Reviews** Strangely in 2018 I have read a fair number of single author collections yet not one multiple author anthology releases. Not sure how that even happened, but Hellhole finally ticked that box. The listing of included authors is ...

    A solidly good anthology of stories of people going into underground places and encountering monsters and other strangeness. A few of the stories are excellent, most are really good, a couple disappointed me as not feeling like they quite added up - they set up specific questions that ...

    I am a huge fan of SNAFU and their anthology series (Of which I believe Mr. Murry has contributed) . When you mix military style fiction with horror, sci fi and fantasy in a fast paced anthology, that is a distinctive mix. You don't find too many folk or books that specialize in that t...

    3.5 stars out of 5. I fell in love with the concept and cover when I discovered the book on twitter. I was so excited when it arrived! The multiauthor anthology offered a variety that was refreshing inbetween my work and studies. I had been unfamiliar with the military flavor of some o...

    It was ok. Some of the stories were great while others were mediocre at best. Jonathan Mayberry story was great but he was a hard act to follow. ...

    A BUNCH OF BIG NASTIES IT IS... Hello, this collection of tales had some real whoppers and some real weenie hut juniors. Most were real good. Thanks. ...

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