This collection of Argentinian horror stories were amazing! Some of the stories were a bit creepy while a few were a bit strange. Just a quick heads up...there were even some that were dark and gory. I loved that Mariana Enriquez added some supernatural horror in some of the stories while a couple of the other stories seemed to be more psychological horror. I really enjoyed every single story. A few of my favorite stories are "The Dirty Kid", "Adela's House", "No Flesh over Our Bones", and "Under the Black Water".
In The Dirty Kid, a woman lives in her family's old home in a dangerous neighborhood. The woman ends up believing that a child that she knows has been murdered. There are some supernatural elements and violence in this story.
Adela's House is about a brother and sister who become friends with a girl named Adela. One day they decide to go explore an abandoned house.
No Flesh Over Our Bones is about a woman who becomes obsessed with a skull.
Under the Black Water is about a District Attorney who is investigating two police officers who allegedly murdered two teenage boys.
I highly recommend this book to everyone. If you love short stories, horror stories, etc. then I think you will enjoy this book.
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I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed here are my own.