IMPOSTER SYNDROME ANTHOLOGY REVIEW

Horror Delve

The recent Imposter Syndrome anthology (2017), edited by James Everington and Dan Howarth from Dark Minds Press, is centered around the subject of doubles in one fashion or another. This can be anything from an actual duplicate such as a twin or an evil doppelgänger, or perhaps an identity thief passing themselves off as someone else’s online presence. I’ve found the idea fascinating ever since reading the story of a man being replaced by his spectral double in a book of “true” ghost stories many years ago, so it was an easy decision for me to buy this book. The stories within are all well written, enjoyable reads, but my favorites would be “I Know What They Look Like”, “Other People’s Dreams”, “What’s Yours Is Mine” and “Virtually Famous”. My lone complaint is that I’d liked it to have had a few more straight up shape-shifting monsters taking…

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