A group of strangers are pitted against one another in Matt Shaw's latest extreme horror.
The Game is simple. Each of the contestants are asked a question: how much to complete a certain task? They then have two minutes to name a price but if they go too high and their fellow contestants are cheaper, they have just priced themselves out of the game. The trick is to go high enough to win a good amount of money but low enough to ensure you are the winner. By the end of the bidding war, the person who is the cheapest contestant has to then go through, one by one, completing the tasks. No backing out allowed now...
But who is running this game? And more to the point - why?!
WARNING: EXTREME CONTENT NOT FOR THE EASILY OFFENDED
Genre: Psychological Length: 134 Pages (2,821 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 25th, 2020
All alone at home one night, May suddenly hears a noise downstairs. She tells herself that she's imagining the whole thing, that nobody's trying to break into the house. And then, moments later, she meets the girl who'll change her life forever.
There's a killer on the loose in the small coastal town of Croftby. One girl has already been found murdered and everyone is on edge. So when May meets Paula, it seems natural for them to stick together. Soon, however, May starts to realize that Paula is hiding some dark secrets. And by the time the truth comes out, it might be too late for May to escape someone who knows her inside and out.
Friend From the Internet is a psychological horror thriller about two girls trying to hide from a killer, and about the dangerous obsessions that can break even the strongest of minds.
Once everything dear to the person is lost, and only the obsession stays - then does one truly understand the issues that reside in ones self.
John has always had a crush on Melanie Mercer, as far as you will know. Through years of growing up together, and holding on to the idea that she was absolutely perfect - John has to figure out how to handle the way he approaches Melanie about his feelings when the two are reunited once again.
John's perspective completely fleshes out the kind of person that he is, and his uniqueness, and outward thinking will resonate with any reader, while another mysterious character that comes into play later in the story will provide the dark, and eerie side to ones mind that will have the same connective effect with the reader.
This book maybe answers the question of whether we can become a monster, or the monster already lies deep within us, waiting for the opportunity to come to the surface.
The action of this novel takes place in the region of ex-Yugoslavia as well as in prison and the court of The Hague Tribunal for war crimes.
The main character is Gvozden Mishic. He is courageous, honest, hard-working, and above all, a highly honorable man.
What happens when such a man of incredible persistence and will-power has his heartbroken and filled with hatred?
This book represents a transformation, or rather a deformation of an impressive and above all unique personality having countless qualities, among which the greatest is - an immense love for his family.
This quality is precisely his greatest fault. Love that he felt for his wife and daughter becomes an inexhaustible source of hatred that makes him commit deeds that give a new dimension and severity to the term "war crime."
The severity that the readers will undoubtedly feel in their hearts while reading this book.
This book is nothing more than a profoundly emotional testimony of a tragedy of one people, carried on wings of hatred, hatred of those who once lived for LOVE, who once fought for LOVE.
"This book does have a fantastically unexpected twist that left me breathless!" - Emma Mitchell, The Little Book Worm.
Sometimes waking up is only the beginning...
He was left for dead on the side of the road. Now Marc Adams is awake and he can barely remember anything about his life before. All he knows is that his meddling sister has returned to his life, whilst his partner Joel is gone.
Marc is convinced that something has happened to Joel. Why won't anybody believe him?
As he is pulled further into the pit of his subconscious, Marc begins to remember exactly what happened on the night of his accident.
Soon, he'll be wishing he hadn't woken up at all.
A little girl is abducted from her local church parking lot. Detective Sawyer must race against the clock to find her before the worse happens. He has a daughter of his own and the similarity in age is too close for comfort.
Genre: Psychological Length: 11 Pages (712 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 24th, 2020