House Trap

Rachel Evans is a sixteen year old overachiever who would take nothing less than to achieve her goal of getting into Dartmouth College. But Rachel’s life would never be the same once she stepped into the house of Alicia Hausefalle, the most popular girl in Wedds High School. Rachel was there to tutor her. She never expected to meet two strangers who were ready to end her life.

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Words: 38,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458053831
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Review by: Cristy Quinn on June 28, 2011 : (no rating)
HOUSE TRAP is a great little thriller I picked up on smashwords.com for just a buck and I have to say I was pleased with my purchase. Mike Mauthor’s short story is suspenseful and well written, chockfull of action and white-knuckle moments. Nothing like young people trapped in a house with a killer to get the blood pumping.

The realistic way in which the characters are portrayed, for me, played a big part in the success of the story. The villain(s) and the victims alike felt true to the ages of the characters as well as the situation and circumstances. I also appreciate that this is a fast passed read that holds true from start to finish; not overly written with unnecessary details slowing it down, but moving quickly and holding the reader’s attention with clever little plot twist, just as a thriller should.

My only complaint was the way in which the writing focus switched between the characters, seemingly without warning, but that may have more to do with the e-format than the writer himself. All in all I’d say HOUSE TRAP is a great story for anyone looking for a short and easy show-not-tell read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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