Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Warning: This story contains truly twisted imagery that is probably very disturbing to most readers. Enter at your own risk and meet the Master and the Children. Gore, blood and worse lies inside….enjoy a peek into my deep dark psyche.
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About Bridget Squires

I am a 27 year old single mom. I love writing and it is my ultimate passion. I love anything zombie and write mostly zombie novels as well. Please rate my stories and let me know what you think! This helps me to become a better writer and improve my skills! Feel free to contact me on facebook or Myspace. I love meeting new people.

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Review by: Mark Spector on Jan. 23, 2011 :
I made the mistake of reading this while recovering from a stomach flu. As Murphy would have it, no sooner did I finish reading it than my wife offered me something to eat. Needless to say, the story had its desired effect. Bridget has crafted a richly detailed, darkly twisted slice of horror. Kudos to the effort. I do believe that strong viewpoint would help A good viewpoint character may miss details that an omniscient narrator captures. But what's lost in the detail would be made up for in a deeper connection with the story. Good job.
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Review by: John Davis on Jan. 9, 2011 :
dark, twisted, well-written. enjoyed!
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Review by: Mark Jacobs on Dec. 20, 2010 :
This is truly a nice (Did I mean horrible?) piece of macabre fiction. The best I've seen from Bridget so far! I somewhat agree with the last reviewer that Bridget may have missed something by not making one of the children the POV target, or she could have even made this First Person(?). Trying to feel what would be going through one of these kid's heads would be interesting, but Bridget is the boss! Good job.
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Review by: A Sylvana on Dec. 18, 2010 :
Solid prose with vivid and disturbing imagery (as you'd hope for in horror!). The lack of a POV character kept me from getting attached to the kids though. I think it would have been stronger and the end all the more horrifying if we'd been in someone's head and had some time to come to care about a character. Good effort though and you can't fault the price!
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Review by: Alcala Publications on Dec. 12, 2010 :
Short and Shocking. "This story contains truly twisted imagery"... I've seen "twisteder", no, that's actually a lie. The imagery in this story is in fact pretty twisted. I myself love being messed with mentally, and this story really took me into the cold and the dark. Beautifully written, creatively told, and pretty freaking disturbing.
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