Everything That’s Underneath by Kristi DeMeester || Review

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Title: Everything That’s Underneath
Author(s): Kristi DeMeester
No. of pages
: 180
Genre: 
Horror, Short stories
Publication date:
2017
Date read:
June 19th 2019
3.5/5 ★


Everything That’s Underneath is a horror collection of 18 stories that tell of lust, love and death. There are some themes and other things like that, that come back in multiple stories, which give the collection the feeling of it being a whole. For example birds, flying and feathers: in one story a girl is caught eating a bird because she wants to fly and in another a girl seems to be growing feathers.

I really enjoyed reading this collection! It was creepy and the writing style definitely had me imagining the events being described very vividly. However, some of the stories were a bit too vague for me to fully grasp what the story was about and enjoy it. These were a bit too ambiguous to my liking – I like stories where it is what it is, or where the ambiguity is more obvious.

If you’re looking for a creepy and fast read, I recommend Everything That’s Underneath!

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