‘NEXT DOOR‘ follows multiple stories of everyday couples as they go about their lives. With murderers, cannibals, hookers, and zombies – come see who lives ‘Next Door’ in this anthology film from (our pal) Matt Shaw, one of the UK’s leading horror authors.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Written immediately after finishing: It’s ten minutes until 4:am. Don’t finish this book at 3:50 a.m., because your neighbors might not be as understanding as mine… then again… I wonder if they did believe me. I wouldn’t ask too many questions of a girl who just woke me up with a shreek.
Maybe not THAT dramatic, but I DID cry out and scare the dog. That’s not nothing!! So good! Buy this! It’s short, a bedtime story. You won’t be disappointed, I promise.
18 hours later: I came across a code for a free Audible version of Cabin Fever, and I jumped on it. This is rare treasure 😉
Ok, show of hands – who has kids? Ok, so now the rest of you… Do youknow a kid? We all know that whatever you tell a kid not to do – that’s the first thing that they’re gonna do!! So if you’re hiding half naked, or half dead, or half anything chick in your little playpen, don’t randomly warn your family away from a place that they never knew existed! I actually don’t even have a problem with that! But it’s a 25 page book – I can’t say much without fear of spoilers.
Narrator: S.W. Salzman
I’ve listened to this narrator alot, and he’s read me plenty of bedtime stories. A very soothing voice.
Let me make this perfectly clear, I DID NOT WRITE THIS. It was written by a young girl named Brianna. I just came across it, while looking for something completely unrelated.
It is so good! I have a few followers that will be interested in this, and please, feel free to reblog, let’s get this story out!
I’m unfamiliar with the site it is posted on, http://www.quotev.com, but, if you click on Brianna’ s name above, it will take you to her profile page there. She has numerous stories. I’m going to try to contact her, to see if she’d like to post anything else here.
The simplified synopsis from the prologue of THE SUICIDE STORY is this…
Eleven letters, ten teens, nine reasons why. The stories will intertwine, and the truth shall be unveiled. But the price is a heavy one. In order for these stories to be told, the girl who knew them took her life. She sent out ten letters to her nine reasons, and one to the person who gave her hope. Each of the ten letters is the same. Each of the ten who receive her letters will learn the ugly truth behind her death. And the recipient of the eleventh letter, the letter explaining how to follow the other letters, will learn what can come from the death of a girl who did not seem like she could change the world.
To read THE SUICIDE STORY in full, just click on the title anywhere in this post, or click on the picture below.