In less than 50 pages this author took me from a scary campfire tale, to a lull of mental questioning, to a scary creature, to horror and right past that to gross horror. With no time to think or absorb, I was terrified.
I’m not a huge horror or short story fan, but in this case, I am glad there was not more as I don’t think I could have handled it. Thank goodness I was reading in the daylight!
A simple weekend with a friend turns into a nightmare after a mysterious car accident.