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13 came for you once. Are you ready to face it again? Evil can be fought. Ghosts can be hunted. But darkness can never be defeated. It only retreats, lurking in the shadows, waiting for you to let your guard down. You might think you’re free, but once it has its eyes set on you, there’s no escaping it. Whether today, tomorrow, or next week—it will strike. No matter where 13 came for you once. Are you ready to face it again? Evil can be fought. Ghosts can be hunted. But darkness can never be defeated. It only retreats, lurking in the shadows, waiting for you to let your guard down. You might think you’re free, but once it has its eyes set on you, there’s no escaping it. Whether today, tomorrow, or next week—it will strike. No matter where you run, where you hide, it will find you, and it will make your worst nightmares come true. 13 chilling stories are about to test the limits of your fear, ready to show you the daunting truth of what lies beneath… The family with buried secrets. An old factory hiding shadows within its walls. A serial killer honing his deadly skills. It’s all here, about to prove that nothing is ever as it seems. Think twice before you switch off the lights, before you close your eyes and say goodnight. It’s happening again. 13 is coming for you. So get ready… It’s Déjà Vu


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13 came for you once. Are you ready to face it again? Evil can be fought. Ghosts can be hunted. But darkness can never be defeated. It only retreats, lurking in the shadows, waiting for you to let your guard down. You might think you’re free, but once it has its eyes set on you, there’s no escaping it. Whether today, tomorrow, or next week—it will strike. No matter where 13 came for you once. Are you ready to face it again? Evil can be fought. Ghosts can be hunted. But darkness can never be defeated. It only retreats, lurking in the shadows, waiting for you to let your guard down. You might think you’re free, but once it has its eyes set on you, there’s no escaping it. Whether today, tomorrow, or next week—it will strike. No matter where you run, where you hide, it will find you, and it will make your worst nightmares come true. 13 chilling stories are about to test the limits of your fear, ready to show you the daunting truth of what lies beneath… The family with buried secrets. An old factory hiding shadows within its walls. A serial killer honing his deadly skills. It’s all here, about to prove that nothing is ever as it seems. Think twice before you switch off the lights, before you close your eyes and say goodnight. It’s happening again. 13 is coming for you. So get ready… It’s Déjà Vu

56 review for 13 Déjà Vu: An Anthology Of Horror And Dark Fiction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paula Genereau

    Oh my!!! This anthology gave me chills. It was well written and full of suspense. Had me on the edge of my seat. Some of these authors I haven't ever read anything by them but I'll definitely be checking into other books. Oh my!!! This anthology gave me chills. It was well written and full of suspense. Had me on the edge of my seat. Some of these authors I haven't ever read anything by them but I'll definitely be checking into other books.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Philomena Callan Cheekypee

    This is an anthology of horror and dark fiction. I love anthologies as they are great if your looking for a quick read. I also like to buy anthologies so I can dip in if I'm looking for a quick genre change. I rarely read an anthology all the way as I like to dip in and out. An anthology is also a great way to find new authors :) As these are short reads it's hard to write a review without spoiling but here goes on a few I've read already. See You and n the Flip Side- Carissa Ann Lynch. This is a This is an anthology of horror and dark fiction. I love anthologies as they are great if your looking for a quick read. I also like to buy anthologies so I can dip in if I'm looking for a quick genre change. I rarely read an anthology all the way as I like to dip in and out. An anthology is also a great way to find new authors :) As these are short reads it's hard to write a review without spoiling but here goes on a few I've read already. See You and n the Flip Side- Carissa Ann Lynch. This is a great wee story. Jeremy wants his girlfriend to go on a camping trip to meet his family. Unfortunately she has a fear of cockroaches which affects her life quite a bit. I really liked this read although my mistake was I read this out in the garden and it had me imagining all sorts lol Widow's Prey - Erin Lee I loved this story. Although a quick read I felt the author gave us a complete story that I really enjoyed. Oh Tendra you certainly got a chance to show your true colours ;) As I go along and read some more of these stories I'll update my review. From what I've read so far I highly recommend this anthology.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kim Markett

    A hair raising, goosebumps enticing group of stories some with happy endings some with frightening ones. Some stories fill your mind with disturbing images and others with a satisfying indulgence into the eerie. Weather you take pleasure in the supernatural or superstitious, in revenge or redemption these collections of morbid tales will appease your every need. Caved In by Jackie Sonnenberg This story starts with Fay trying to find help from a witch whose form is smoke. In return Fay has to devot A hair raising, goosebumps enticing group of stories some with happy endings some with frightening ones. Some stories fill your mind with disturbing images and others with a satisfying indulgence into the eerie. Weather you take pleasure in the supernatural or superstitious, in revenge or redemption these collections of morbid tales will appease your every need. Caved In by Jackie Sonnenberg This story starts with Fay trying to find help from a witch whose form is smoke. In return Fay has to devote herself to the witch. I can not tell you anymore without giving away this heart pounding story. Grave Beginnings by Sara Schoen This is a prequel to Grave Secrets. A story seen though Thomas's eyes as he and he and his two friends sneak into a haunted prison to see if ghosts are real. They then learn the hard way that they are. Myopia by Samie Sands Mia is blind and her mom is a nurse. He mom is called away to work for an extraordinary emergency and leaves Mia alone to figure our what is happening in the world and if should stay safe in her house or go out to try and help find her mom. Room 249 by Thomas S. Flowers A disturbing story of a cross country cold blooded murder spree. The murderer hides out in a unique hotel while the man hunt ensues. I found myself cringing and grossed out with this story but it also find it very unique and clever with its plot. Sacrifice by Luke Swanson A detective on a case of a murdered boy and compare his death to his own child. He becomes to involved and consumed in finding the killer. See You on the Flip Side by Carissa Ann Lynch A former amusement park turned campground still holds horror stories and nightmares. Donna finds her worst fear when she meets her boyfriends family for the first time while camping and makes a fool if herself when her fear of cockroaches is exposed. Sinister by Taylor Henderson A small town where pets have gone missing or found mutilated. Karen try's to keep her pet indoors as suspicion grows over her bizarre behavior of her neighbors. Six Lie Broken by Brandon Nave In a small town there is a barn where no ones screams can be heard except to those that have paid for a seat to listen to their tortured scream. Vigilantes collect the wrongdoers so that they can reap them at harvest time. The Bad Man by Marissa Farrar The Bad Man is collecting children and bringing them underground. Sophie is the oldest of all the children, at 10 years old and she thinks its time to make a plan and to try and to escape back up to the world. The Inheritance by D.A. Roach Niki's father dies and leaves her with he Uncles deserted property that once housed a thriving telecommunications company that shut down after his death and a lot of unexplained deaths and accidents. She tours the facility with her assistants to see how they can make use of it for their company and come to a gruesome realization there is an unpaid debt to her inheritance. Under Mama's Roof by Elizabeth Roderick Tara is living in her family's old home and moving up in her job after her mom died. We come to find out her mom isn't happy in death with what her daughter is doing with her life or her old home. Strange things start happening and cant be ignored. Wicked Intentions by Sophia Valentine April was 8 months pregnant with her ex boyfriends baby when she lost her job and her apartment in one day. With only her ex Evan to call, he takes her in with his new girlfriend. April begins to suspect these events happening and that Evan helping her out isn't all just one big coincidence. Widow's Prey by Erin Lee When Tendra was a child she grew up heartless and demonic. Her parents claimed she had no soul. As the years pass she still is unpredictable and cruel but is trying to find her happiness. Will what she is looking for bring her peace or will it open a door more damaging?

  4. 5 out of 5

    MillsyLovesBooks

    Having been introduced to 13 An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction from stalking Author D.A. Roach. I couldn't wait to jump back in and get my twisted mind horror fix. Reading the sequel 13:Deja Vu Anthology! This Anthology is a well written suspenseful edge of seat read. Each of these stories were great in their own right but a couple of them stood out for me. Caved In by Jackie Sonnenberg, Myopia by Jamie Sands, Room 249 by Thomas. S. Flowers and especially The Inheritance by D.A. Roach as it Having been introduced to 13 An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction from stalking Author D.A. Roach. I couldn't wait to jump back in and get my twisted mind horror fix. Reading the sequel 13:Deja Vu Anthology! This Anthology is a well written suspenseful edge of seat read. Each of these stories were great in their own right but a couple of them stood out for me. Caved In by Jackie Sonnenberg, Myopia by Jamie Sands, Room 249 by Thomas. S. Flowers and especially The Inheritance by D.A. Roach as it was influenced by her The Demon Hunters Series which i'm a huge fan of, but can still be read on its own. What i love about an Anthology is that each and every story gives us something different. From hair raising, goosebumps and WTH reads. This collection of short horror stories is an absolutely fantastic read with brilliant characters. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend to any fan of Horror, Supernatural or superstitious readers.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Wyman

    Bone Chilling read! I got lost in the story telling and occasionally had to look away due to the wonderfully descriptive writing included in these stories. Such a fantastic read! I highly recommend it to all my fellow lovers of the dark and twisted reads. Not for the weak of heart!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nancy (The Avid Reader)

    Featuring Mytopia by Samie Sands Mia is a young girl whom her mother has sheltered and tried to protect all her life. She just wants her little girl to be safe and not to get hurt. So that is probably why Mia has always kept to herself never letting anyone in resulting in her having no friends. You see Mia is blind and that is why her mother tries to keep her from harm. When a virus starts to run wild in the outside world Mia’s mother who is a nurse tries to keep her from listening to the news bu Featuring Mytopia by Samie Sands Mia is a young girl whom her mother has sheltered and tried to protect all her life. She just wants her little girl to be safe and not to get hurt. So that is probably why Mia has always kept to herself never letting anyone in resulting in her having no friends. You see Mia is blind and that is why her mother tries to keep her from harm. When a virus starts to run wild in the outside world Mia’s mother who is a nurse tries to keep her from listening to the news but when she is called into work Mia desperate to know what is going turns the tv on as soon as her mother is out the door. When her mother doesn’t return after a few days Mia gets worried but when she receives a phone call from her mother and then the line goes dead Mia has no clue what she should do. Should she go out to find for her mother not knowing what is happening? Should she go out into a world that is being over by a virus when she can’t see? Oh my oh my what will happen to Mia who is all alone? I have enjoyed reading Mia’s story and would love to read more from her world. What is Mia and her mother’s story? Where is Mia’s mother? Is she safe? What happens to Mia? Mytopia is the only story so far that I have read from the anthology of 13 Déjà vu (thanks to Samie Sands for the opportunity) I do plan on reading more at a later date. Mytopia is just the beginning and just enough to whet the appetite setting me up for more from this great set of short stories. If you have not read 13 Déjà vu anthology then let me suggest that you do. What are you waiting for? Pick up your copy today.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    I was so excited when I learned that there was going to be a sequel to 13! I think it is awesome that each author takes their own perspective of what it means to write a horror short story. Because of this, the anthology is full of unique stories that make the reader wonder about many different aspects of life. I must include a short shout out to D.A. Roach, Bradon Nave, and Carissa Lynch, all of whom are amazing authors and continually surprise me with what they are capable of! And of course, g I was so excited when I learned that there was going to be a sequel to 13! I think it is awesome that each author takes their own perspective of what it means to write a horror short story. Because of this, the anthology is full of unique stories that make the reader wonder about many different aspects of life. I must include a short shout out to D.A. Roach, Bradon Nave, and Carissa Lynch, all of whom are amazing authors and continually surprise me with what they are capable of! And of course, great job to everyone who participated! Uniqueness is truly what makes horror such a fascinating genre to me, and I can truly say that this bunch of authors know how to make a unique story!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Churchwell

    I loved this book. There are loads of awesome short stories in here that are creepy and will leave you begging for more. I loved the variety of authors and stories. Each story was completely different than the last and I love that they all give you an equally terrifying experience. There are a bunch of gifted authors in here. It gives you a chance to see new authors and gives you insight on the type of author that they are. I was introduced to a bunch of new authors that I now want to learn more I loved this book. There are loads of awesome short stories in here that are creepy and will leave you begging for more. I loved the variety of authors and stories. Each story was completely different than the last and I love that they all give you an equally terrifying experience. There are a bunch of gifted authors in here. It gives you a chance to see new authors and gives you insight on the type of author that they are. I was introduced to a bunch of new authors that I now want to learn more about and want to read more of their stuff. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a good scare.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sue Wallace

    a collection of short horror stories by different authors. an absolutely fantastic read with brilliant characters. I really enjoyed this book. I had some favourites but my most favourite would be the bad man by marissa farrar. they were all very good. 5*.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chelsi Tauscher

    I have never been much of an anthology reader. Some of these have really stuck out to me lately though and this is one of them! 13 is back with more terrifying stories!! The three I enjoyed the most were: See You On The Flip Side by Carissa Lynch Six Lie Broken- Bradon Nave Widows Prey- Erin Lee.

  11. 5 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Vanderbloom

    I read the previous anthology so I was prepared what I was getting myself in to. This one is even better. There are stories that will leave you creeped out uncomfortable and mortified. My favorite one was The Inheritance by D.A. Roach because it was a short story that ties in to her demon hunters series. It was pretty amazing. Room 249 by Thomas S Flowers was really creepy and gave me a few nightmares. Overall, I'm highly impressed once again with the talent of all the authors in this anthology. I read the previous anthology so I was prepared what I was getting myself in to. This one is even better. There are stories that will leave you creeped out uncomfortable and mortified. My favorite one was The Inheritance by D.A. Roach because it was a short story that ties in to her demon hunters series. It was pretty amazing. Room 249 by Thomas S Flowers was really creepy and gave me a few nightmares. Overall, I'm highly impressed once again with the talent of all the authors in this anthology. I will be recommending it to all of my friends.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Bernabe

    These stories are all delightfully creepy and sinister. The endings are unpredictable. I recommend not reading this in the dark. :-)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Davies

    Having read 13 I knew that I had to get this and pre-ordered it so it arrived on my kindle today. Knowing all the authors I knew that I would be in for a great read and I was not disappointed. Caved in by Jackie Sonnenberg: When Fay wanted to protect her unborn baby, she knew that she needed to talk to the witch that lived in the cave. As I began this story I thought I knew what was going to happen but I was completely wrong. How the author came up with this idea of saving the baby is beyond me Having read 13 I knew that I had to get this and pre-ordered it so it arrived on my kindle today. Knowing all the authors I knew that I would be in for a great read and I was not disappointed. Caved in by Jackie Sonnenberg: When Fay wanted to protect her unborn baby, she knew that she needed to talk to the witch that lived in the cave. As I began this story I thought I knew what was going to happen but I was completely wrong. How the author came up with this idea of saving the baby is beyond me and I loved the graphic bloody ending. Grave Beginnings by Sara Schoen: Three friends, an abandoned prison and a Ouija board, what could go wrong. It was a pleasant change to read a story that was not set in an asylum. Set in a prison added to the suspense and you are aware that the people who had dies there had all been convicted of evil crimes, so when a Ouija board was added you knew that something evil would emerge. This story was full of suspense and kept you guessing to the end. Myopia by Samie Sands: Mia was blind, due to her disability, she did not make friends easy. Whilst her mom was called into work due to a medical emergency, Mia has to fend for herself and tries to learn what has happened. Only hearing what was going on in the town made it hard for Mia to grasp how serious the situation was. Whilst it would be worrying be left alone, losing one of your senses makes it even more scary and you can understand all of Mia’s emotions. The ending made me want to know more about her survival and I felt really sorry for her as yet again she was classed as a burden. The only good thing was she could not see the devastation happening, although I am sure her imagination made it worse. Room 249 by Thomas S Flower: The story follows Andy as he goes on a crime and killing spree and ends up in a motel in room 249. Andy is the type of criminal that blames everyone else for his mistakes, and even when he was killing he always justified his actions. When he gets to the motel he does not suspect anything is wrong with the place and the author has a talent of concealing the horror that is soon to happen. When it happened; I was in shock as never in my wildest dreams did I imagine the creature that was lurking in room 249. Sacrifice by Luke Swanson: Detective Flynn is renowned for investigating the evil of cases. Roger has retired to LA, but when a murdered child is found their meeting is not what was expected. The start of the story is an introduction to Roger, but after the child is found the story changes to Flynn’s investigation and you had the sense that Flynn as at breaking point. The author tied up the investigation neatly and I would enjoy to read more about Detective Flynn. See you on the Flip Side by Carissa Ann Lynch: If you have read 13 then you will recognise the place where this story is set. Going back to Adventure Town we follow Donna as she goes on a camping trip with her boyfriend and family. The author has a way of playing on your fears and if you have a phobia of bugs then this story will definitely make you skin crawl. I loved the twist at the end when you think Donna has lost her mind and I could see a series about Adventure town. Sinister by Taylor Henderson: This story is a build up to a killer’s first murder. The story is about Karen, her neighbours Nate and Natalie and her best friend Marty. There are hints in this story that there is a potential serial killer when animals go missing and whilst Karen has her suspicions it is not till the end that we get to know who the murderer is. Six Lie Broken by Brandon Nave: A group of men abducting a teenager, Savannah rescuing a young boy and with her best friend Vanessa throwing a party called the Harvest. This story had graphic scenes throughout and when you find the identity of the victims you do not have any sympathy for them. A unique story and I have learnt a new use for a hot spoon. The Bad Man by Marissa Farrar: Sophie lived in a tunnel with 4 other children after being captured by the bad man. Why are they down there and who is scratching in the dark? Whilst reading this story you don’t know if the bad man is actually bad or if he saved the children. However; these children were living in squalor and would the outside world be better for them. The further you read the scratching noises are explained and the ending left me wanting to know more. The Inheritance by DA Roach: Niki has just inherited a factory from her dad, believing it to be a curse, he did not want anything to do with it. This story follows Niki and her friends whilst they investigate the building. The story is full of suspense and has the feel that you are following the group as they go around the factory. The twist in the story involving Rya a demon who collects souls adds to this. Under Mama’s Roof by Elizabeth Roderick: Tara had always had a mother ruling her life, but when she died she thought it was over. When things start happening around her home Tara suspected it was the ghost of her mother, but she did not expect it to get so out of control. A good ghost story with added twist. Wicked Intentions by Sophia Valentine: April is due to give birth and without a job and a home, she turns to the father of her baby to help. But is he after her baby? Whilst I was reading this story I was on April’s side as the author wants you to believe that she is in danger. The story builds to a dramatic climax and you are left wandering who the real victim was. Widow’s Prey by Erin Lee: There has always been something wrong with Tendra. She has never cried and has never showed emotion. Whilst you have an idea of what type of child she is, it is not until she is in college and gets her claws into Colby that you find out exactly what she is like. Tendra is one evil girl, only thinks of herself and what she wants she gets. This story reminds of a cat playing with its prey wearing them down until the killer blow, and the ending of the story is one of the most evil scenes that I have read in a while. Another great anthology from Limitless.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Midwood

    The first 13 Anthology was amazing, so naturally I grabbed the second one as soon as it came out. I must say, all of the authors who worked on it are incredibly talented! Each story was dark and creepy in its own way, and had its own distinctive voice. From haunted prisons and abandoned amusement parks to victims who take it upon themselves to inflict punishment on their abusers in their own way, this collection of horror and dark short stories is definitely a must read for all fans of the genre The first 13 Anthology was amazing, so naturally I grabbed the second one as soon as it came out. I must say, all of the authors who worked on it are incredibly talented! Each story was dark and creepy in its own way, and had its own distinctive voice. From haunted prisons and abandoned amusement parks to victims who take it upon themselves to inflict punishment on their abusers in their own way, this collection of horror and dark short stories is definitely a must read for all fans of the genre. Be prepared to get scared! Five huge stars!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Scarolet Ellis

    Myopia by Samie Sands is a really amazing box set that this story is in. This amazing box set has a lot of different authors in it to read and I loved reading this story very much. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading horror and Sci-Fi. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Heather Bane

    So far I’ve only read Myopia by Samie Sands in this collection. It’s a well written story that grabs your interest and pulls you in. I’m looking forward to the rest of the stories in this collection and I recommend. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Pat Eroh

    As one of my favorite authors, this is another five-star read. Kept me reading all night long. I look forward to reading the next book by this author. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    This is just one of a collection of stories. This was such a wonderful tale which you will love. Sit and enjoy I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mikal

    Enjoyable Dark Horror Hor Different kind of stories, very different styles but all in all a great read. I highly recommend and am continuing reading the other series

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Mathis

    OMG! OMG! I could not put this down. This was awesome. I loved it. Read in one day. Great read. I would recommend this anthology.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Flowers

    Not to toot my own horn, but I think this assort of dark fiction and horror and even better than the first 13 Anthology.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Felicia A

    YAYYYYYY! Another editing project is now a published book!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tim Starnes

    Good stuff Good short stories would recommend out tho others. Good variety of titles types and styles for the reader. Enjoy it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Gray

    As much as I loved the first Anthology (13: An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction), this one is kinda meh. Not bad, but not great. I like how the shorts go back into some of the places from the first one. Adventure Town is a favorite from the first. Just under half way through I came across Sinister by Taylor Henderson. This is the first one in here that grabbed me enough to be worth mentioning, I am going to pause to read The Darkness Within because Sinister was a prequel. The Stories got real As much as I loved the first Anthology (13: An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction), this one is kinda meh. Not bad, but not great. I like how the shorts go back into some of the places from the first one. Adventure Town is a favorite from the first. Just under half way through I came across Sinister by Taylor Henderson. This is the first one in here that grabbed me enough to be worth mentioning, I am going to pause to read The Darkness Within because Sinister was a prequel. The Stories got really good the last half! Sinister was just the start of it. I have high hopes for the next Anthology!

  26. 5 out of 5

    peter john wright

  27. 4 out of 5

    Samie Sands

  28. 5 out of 5

    Doreen Fernandes

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tish

  30. 4 out of 5

    Erin Lee

  31. 4 out of 5

    Ebony

  32. 5 out of 5

    Shelby

  33. 4 out of 5

    Erin

  34. 4 out of 5

    Tabitha Hartman

  35. 5 out of 5

    D.A. Roach

  36. 5 out of 5

    Linda Buzard-Moffitt

  37. 4 out of 5

    Franny Marie

  38. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Ward

  39. 4 out of 5

    Sandra (bookjunkee)

  40. 5 out of 5

    Donna Owens

  41. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Simons

  42. 4 out of 5

    Marlize

  43. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Day

  44. 5 out of 5

    Sara

  45. 5 out of 5

    Beverly Laude

  46. 4 out of 5

    Alice Arnold

  47. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  48. 4 out of 5

    Taytay Garrison

  49. 4 out of 5

    Nix

  50. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

  51. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Young

  52. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

  53. 5 out of 5

    Jenny (Jenz Book Jewels)

  54. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Bruno

  55. 5 out of 5

    Gabriela Rivas

  56. 4 out of 5

    Andi Jaxon

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