Slow Down

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
A short story about a careless driver, named Scott, who caused a tragedy. Scott was haunted by his actions. Would it cause him to change his ways?
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Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Words: 2,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458050045
About John Gaffield

John T. Gaffield is an automotive engineer from Southeast Michigan. John uses his engineering background to create realistic ghost stories with an interest in haunted houses. He published his first novel "Heir to Winston Manor," in October 2010. Subsequent novels include "The Wahl House Curse," and "Alone Again."

John has recently published his first Science Fiction novel, which involves Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Artificial Intelligence (AI). "Valerye" is now available at Smashwords and other sites. He also is working on a free Science Fiction short story with the working title, "Synthia."

John has several short ghost stories available. Some of which are free. They include, "The Ghost of Birch River Cabin," "Winter Visitor," "Slow Down," "Denning Swamp - A Short Ghost Story," "The Haunting of the Charles F. Campton," "Disconnect," and "In Remembrance."

John is continuing to work on new novels and short stories. So stay tuned!

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Reviews

Review by: David Bond on April 02, 2014 :
Gory and gruesome, and all the better for it! Builds tension quickly and effectively.
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Review by: gotmud on Aug. 29, 2011 :
THIS WAS A GREAT BOOK. I WOULD READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR. KEEP THE GOOD WORK UP.
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Review by: Mark Fontecchio on March 21, 2011 : (no rating)
I actually would have liked this story to go a little longer, to flesh it out some. I like the premise and I like the main character. The story is good overall. I liked it. Gaffield is good at employing twists in the last sentence or two of the story that make you think. But I do think this one jumped from scene to scene a little too quickly. Nice job, though.
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Review by: Willie Wit on Jan. 30, 2011 :
I liked this short , it is unusual and leaves you wanting to read it again , it isnt straight forward in how it affects you which appealed to me . It is unsettling in a curious way , and left me interested in reading more by this author .
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Review by: Alpha Technical Associates, LLC on Jan. 21, 2011 :
John has written a very good short story. How real and close to home are the actions of the main character. We can all relate. Appropriately titled, it sends a moral message to us all. Are we so pre-occupied that we fail to realize our surroundings? Good work John, we look forward to future works.

~Dan Stanley
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Review by: John Davis on Jan. 10, 2011 :
liked it
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