A truly gothic and demonic horror story. The narrator’s voice carries all the bile, disapproval, confidence and uncertainty of the youth well.
This is a short but powerful read and one to produce nightmares if read too close to bedtime in a lonely place.
The conflict of denial against the reality of the situation leaves the reader wondering about the outcome until the very end, when it is seen as inevitable.
One for those who prefer their horror laced with menace rather than bathed in blood.
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