Creeper; A Short Horror Story Epub ✓ Creeper; A

Creeper; A Short Horror Story❴Read❵ ➫ Creeper; A Short Horror Story Author Brandon Grant – Varanus.us Carter Lowe is a young businessman in his prime, whose life and sanity is challenged when a masked stranger with a bloody knife appears everywhere he goes Carter Lowe is a young businessman in his Short Horror Kindle ´ prime, whose life and sanity is challenged when a masked stranger with a bloody knife appears everywhere he goes.

    10 thoughts on “Creeper; A Short Horror Story Epub ✓ Creeper; A


  1. says:

    Gotta admire this author He s a year younger than me and already has nine titles published Plus, I love short horror stories Although Creeper probably would have benefited from a beta reader or a bitwork on the complexity of the plot, it s a great little horror tale with the right balance of suspense and creepiness A businessman in the throes of mental instability This is an excellent plot device that adds a lot of mystery as you, like Carter, questions what s truly real and what is n Gotta admire this author He s a year younger than me and already has nine titles published Plus, I love short horror stories Although Creeper probably would have benefited from a beta reader or a bitwork on the complexity of the plot, it s a great little horror tale with the right balance of suspense and creepiness A businessman in the throes of mental instability This is an excellent plot device that adds a lot of mystery as you, like Carter, questions what s truly real and what is not It reminded me a lot of a Tales from the Darkside episode Short stories are usually either a hit or miss, and I m glad to say this was a fairly well written one, as well as a promising indicator of future stories from this author I m also glad to seeyounger readers trying their hand at publishing and sharing their work


  2. says:

    Thank you all for the comments on Smashwords I have gone back and edited the book quite a bit with these things in mind Admittedly, Creeper was written very quickly just to get my name out there, so please don t judge my other works based on it.


  3. says:

    Pretty good little story Good story with a cool ending Not bad at all for young author I mean that in a good way Looking forward to a great novel someday.


  4. says:

    Simple to read and written by a teenager, although by now he s an adult More young people and teens should try and publish their work Obviously this book doesn t have perfect grammar but it was still very entertaining.


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  6. says:

    A decent short read Pretty well written with a great main character The build was perfect for the shocking finale.


  7. says:

    Quick but captivatingThe book captured my interest from the first page I found it hard to put down.I d recommend this to the suspense or phenomenon genre lovers.Truly gripping


  8. says:

    Creeper, A Short Horror Story by Bran Glitz begins with a wealthy young man showing early signs of mental instability, or even insanity His morning newspaper carried a story about a woman who was murdered not far from where he lives Throughout the story, and throughout his day, this young man experiences a series of bizarre, frightening hallucinations he keeps seeing a scary looking man, whom he believes must be the killer At one point he even saw some kind of wizard a man in a long robe Creeper, A Short Horror Story by Bran Glitz begins with a wealthy young man showing early signs of mental instability, or even insanity His morning newspaper carried a story about a woman who was murdered not far from where he lives Throughout the story, and throughout his day, this young man experiences a series of bizarre, frightening hallucinations he keeps seeing a scary looking man, whom he believes must be the killer At one point he even saw some kind of wizard a man in a long robe, carrying a magic wand walking down the street On his drive home he sees the murderer frequently, walking or standing, holding a bag with a human sized something in it Arriving at his home, he sees the murderer on his front porch Really freaking by now, he sneaks around to the back of his house, enters through an unlocked window, and goes to bed He turns on the television, and the murderer appears on it, walking slowly toward him, carrying his bag of body parts Then his doorbell rings Throughout the evening his doorbell rings and rings and rings, eventually tapering off to nothing I must stop here, or this review will completely spoil the story for you Suffice it to say, this was one bizarre piece of writing, with an ending that will absolutely take you totally by surprise Take a few moments and read this short Just don t say I didn t warn you


  9. says:

    It s been stated in other reviews that the author of Creeper is very young Whilst I would like to take that into account when writing this review, I can only be honest in my opinion and here it is This is so poorly written that it was clear to me from the very beginning that it was written by a child and or completely inexperienced writer The concept behind the story is somewhat imaginatitve and the twist is interesting, but the pacing means that it lacks any real impact I understand it s a It s been stated in other reviews that the author of Creeper is very young Whilst I would like to take that into account when writing this review, I can only be honest in my opinion and here it is This is so poorly written that it was clear to me from the very beginning that it was written by a child and or completely inexperienced writer The concept behind the story is somewhat imaginatitve and the twist is interesting, but the pacing means that it lacks any real impact I understand it s a short story but it feels like the story comes to a very abrupt and dramatic end As I said, he concept is good, and I think with some improvements in the writing style, structure and grammar and pacing, it could be a very effective short horror story Nonetheless, for a child writer, credit must be given where it is due


  10. says:

    I m glad this was a short story, as the only thing I enjoyed about it was the twist at the end The way the twist was done was fantastic, it really made the story However, having said that, the unevenness of the writing really let it down Some of the sentences just didn t make sense, and the constant capitalisation of he made me think I was reading some kind of religious text There was also an issue that it readlike a report of an event rather than an actual story Having said that, f I m glad this was a short story, as the only thing I enjoyed about it was the twist at the end The way the twist was done was fantastic, it really made the story However, having said that, the unevenness of the writing really let it down Some of the sentences just didn t make sense, and the constant capitalisation of he made me think I was reading some kind of religious text There was also an issue that it readlike a report of an event rather than an actual story Having said that, for a quick read, and for free, you could do worse

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