Wednesday, August 19, 2015

REVIEW: Nightmares

By: Andrew Lennon

Genre: Horror, Short Story
Publication date: 2.4.2015
Pages: 7

Date read: 7.11.2015

This was my first Andrew Lennon read and to say I was impressed would be an understatement.  I really like how this guy writes.  He has the ability to creep you out while you're reading the story, but at the same time, the story comes back to haunt you later, like when the lights are all off and you're laying in bed, staring at the ceiling ... thinking.  It's short and to the point - he gets his story across in a great way without a lot of unnecessary filler.  The ending, well, I sorta expected it, but at the same time, I thought it was the perfect ending for the story that was told.  Good job, Andrew!!

About the story:
Sometimes dreams are more real than they appear.  Can you wake up before your dream becomes a reality?

About the author:
Andrew Lennon is the author of "A Life to Waste" and several other short stories.  He enjoys spending time reading and reviewing books.  Andrew is happily married living with his wife Hazel and their children.
            To see more information on Andrew's work, go to Lennon's Lair.

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