The Ghost of Cabin 664

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An apparition seeks revenge for the wrongs committed against him in life, or is Lenny imagining things? Inspired by Chinese ghost stories, The Ghost of Cabin 664 intends to make you smile by way of a shiver.
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
  • Words: 2,840
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781476271637
About Patrick Riot

Patrick Riot was created in the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, and he has been on the run ever since, accompanied by his trusty sidekick, Higgs-Boson. Foo Foo is Patrick’s first book, and if justice is served, it will be his last. He is presently working on a foreign translation of Hamlet.

Favorite Color: Murdered Zebra (black, white and red)
Favorite Hat: Fez
Favorite Quote: "No comment."
Favorite Hairpiece: William Shatner's

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Review by: Chasity Nicole on Dec. 28, 2015 :
The Ghost of Cabin 664 is a tantalizing short read that leaves you really wanting more. Patrick gets you hooked quickly and makes it nearly impossible to put the story down. And once you reach the end you are left wanting more and a hollow feeling develops because the story is over. A part of me is curious if these characters are ever mentioned again, or if this was simply a short stand-alone amazing tale.

The way Patrick describes how Lenny feels when he encounters the ghost is scarily accurate. Everything stands on end and your body feels like electricity is coursing through it, and he definitely makes you feel that way as you read the first encounter. Not to mention the other elements that he describes, that I won’t detail because I don’t want to give away spoilers. But let’s just say, he depicts is with accuracy that makes anyone with any paranormal experience nod in agreement.

I look forward to reading more amazing pieces from Patrick and can’t wait to read the next piece I have of his. He’s a brilliant writer and paints a vivid picture. His descriptions show you exactly what is going on and leaves you on the edge of your seat as you keep reading and following Lenny.
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Review by: Christopher Bomia II on Dec. 26, 2015 :
I loved it!
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Review by: A. Smith on July 13, 2012 :
awesome book could not stop reading!!!
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Review by: Ardy on July 12, 2012 :
There are some interesting things going on in this author's mind. All you have to do is read his profile and the author's notes to see that. It's great that some of those interesting things are making it onto the page. This story was enjoyable and well written.
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