20 Minutes of Terror - A True Story

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a true short story that will raise the hairs on your neck and put a tingle down your spine. One night when driving all alone in a borrowed van through a remote wooded landscape I felt the sting of breath on the back of my neck. More
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About Caroline Gebbie

I love horror, gruesome, creepy real horror that clenches your stomach and makes you look beneath the bed and inside the cupboard before you switch off the light at nights. I grew up on James Herbert and books such as The Rats started an obsession with stories that has continued throughout my life. Now I love authors like Matt Shaw, Jeff Menapace and other new writers that are pushing boundaries and giving us the scares that keep the imagination ticking over.

I live in the United Kingdom, South Yorkshire with 2 white boxers, and a husband who inspires me with new ideas and encourages my writing.

If you like your horror gritty and with a good helping of blood step over to my website to find out more. http://CarolineGebbie.com

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Review by: David Blake on Aug. 17, 2014 :
A good short read and a good situation for suspense, although it is a very difficult exercise building or maintaining suspense when you can't actually progress the situation. Caroline Gebbie has had a good attempt, but at times it sounds a little over-described and repetitive... And the outcome becomes a little obvious before the eventual climax.
And why does the character start out with the name Caroline but get called Sam towards the end, and in between it's just she, she she as though she has ceased to become a character at all?
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Review by: Jeff McDargh on Aug. 2, 2014 :
Fun story very descriptive. Thank you look forward to reading more of your work. Just read it I don't want to give anything away. You mite figure it out before you get to the end but great story.
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