Ouija Be My Friend? - Horror and Mystery Short Story

Rated 4.75/5 based on 8 reviews
When twin sisters are stuck trying to entertain themselves while visiting with their grandfather at a nursing home, they find there is far more to an old Ouija board then just a fun time.

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About Tarrin P. Lupo

Tarrin P. Lupo is the author of "One Nation Under Blood" and is also known for the historical fiction series "Pirates of Savannah". Tarrin has successfully published sixteen eBooks and short stories. He is also a full time liberty activist who runs a news service called The Low Country Liberty Report. He is nationally known for co-hosting the wildly popular Wheels off Liberty show and guest hosting other acclaimed national podcasts. He currently resides in Savannah Georgia and is a member of the Free State Project, spending time in New Hampshire promoting the ideas of Freedom and Liberty. Please visit www.LupoLit.com for more information.

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Review by: Dorothy McFalls on Sep. 14, 2011 :
One seriously spooky read! "Ouija Be My Friend" is a quick, spine-tingling read that's rich with the flavor of the Georgia Lowcountry. Twins bored with spending time with their paralyzed grandfather each week at the nursing home entertain themselves with a ouija board. The secrets they discover on the other side spill into their lives in a deadly way.
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Review by: Karen Wasylowski on Sep. 08, 2011 :
Very good Halloween material. I liked the dialogue style very much. Creepy
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Review by: Leofwine Freyasdottir on July 07, 2011 :
Damn good book at a damn good price! Tarrin Lupo does it again. Kudos!
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Review by: K Kishmot on July 02, 2011 :
Not bad at all. Too much dialogue for this reader but the story flows and is quite creepy. The characterisations lack a certain authenticity and there needs to be just a bit more attention to fleshing out the characters but the story ticks along nicely. Well worth a quick free read and the author, if he gets characterisation nailed, may make it up there with the Stephen Kings of this world.
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Review by: Tracy Twyman on June 16, 2011 :
Very well done. Don't read unless you really like getting creeped out. This author has a terrific career ahead of him.
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Review by: Abbey Minarchist on June 12, 2011 :
Omg, this story scared the crap out of me!!!!!
Well written!
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Review by: Maria Fernanda on June 11, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this story! I recommend it!
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Review by: E. Edwards on June 11, 2011 :
This story is well-paced, with believable characters and a great balance of dialogue and narration. It's scary enough that I regret having read it right before bed, but not so scary that I'm certain I'll have nightmares. Definitely a fun read.
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