Synopsis: Clint is a laughable stalker who lives in a hoard with his decaying mother. Stella is his current fascination, but Clint has no idea what kind of woman Stella is. She’s playing a lifelong game and only she knows the rules. Now she’s made a wrong move and finds herself at Clint’s house, victim to his perverse attentions and bizarre behavior. Is it the perfect place to hide from her past or an insane prison from which she may never escape?
Theres a lot of story packed into these 49 pages!
Clint is a creepy little stalker with some severe mommy issues. When he finds that he has become the ‘stalkee’ – he believes it’s true love ❤️ Stella moves right in, bringing a lot of her own baggage with her. Clint’s mom isn’t very happy with the new arrangements, and she doesn’t let him forget it! He’s going to need to buy a lot more energy drinks to deal with this fresh Hell.
I really enjoyed this #ss by Kealan Patrick Burke!
It was a quick read, but there is a lot of suspense, and cat-fishing going on in the 42 pages of Offline. It’s written in a style that resembles social media posts, and an online chat log. Offline might sound like an idea that’s been done before, but I didn’t see what was coming until it smacked me in the face!
Will I be reading more from this author?
Well… I searched my Kindle library for Kelan Patrick Burke and found that I already own Dead Leaves: 8 Tales from the Witching Season, book one of The Turtle Boy series, and a very recent download of The Novellas. Sour Candy has been haunting my TBR list for a minute – (I know because that red cover grabs my attention every time I peruse my unending TBR list!) – so I scooped that up, too. (I’m @ 41% btw). I still want to grab Kin, (I know! I’m shocked that I don’t already have it, too!), and Secret Faces. Oooooo… I just saw KPB’s Theater Macabre – I need that, too 😉
I have made peace with the fact that I will die with an unfinished TBR list. #DontJudgeMe
ALWAYS GET PICTURES!
That’s the first thing I think of.
Someone calls, there has been an accident, someone is headed to the ER… I say ‘Take a picture’!
No one ever does.
They ALWAYS regret it.
Voyeur Dead Reloaded was written for me! The Zompoc is beginning, ground zero is a Strip Club, and someone has a camera. He is a twisted & perverted social deviant…but that just makes for a better story. His story takes you with him during the beginning of the end. The rest… you have to find out for yourself.
This one is a book I recommend getting as a real book. Alan’s photography books need to be appreciated in true form. Don’t get me wrong, the ebook doesn’t suck -I have both- it’s just that the paperback is more aesthetically pleasing.
It also contains excerpts from Claire’s journal, giving you a different take on the whole thing.