Pillow Talk

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Short story (1350 words approx) about a woman in a room, between torture settings. A conversation with her lover in the still period between questioning, in a tiny room.
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Published by Occam's Library
Words: 1,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466145870
About Sabrann Curach

Celebrated horror writer with a penchant for strange twists that leave the readers with something different than they were expecting, Sabrann Curach has recently joined Smashwords and will be publishing her short stories soon.
Sabrann Curach is the pseudonym of D Kai Wilson-Viola.

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Review by: ml4949 on Feb. 04, 2013 :
Do not be kept off by the uninviting official descriptions! There's a lot more to this novel than shock: it is a subtle, slow and developing shock that Curach manages to create with her effective choices of words and poignant internalisation.
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Review by: Aimee Harper on July 15, 2011 :
Wonderful book that my freind loaned me on her Kindle - hooked on the kindle and on smashwords now! This is an intelligent story with hints of a backstory that I wish had been developed more.
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Review by: Rikki K on June 27, 2011 :
Wonderfully creepy. I like how slowly layers of fog were erased so the picture became clear. Great job.
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Review by: Keith Foreman on June 17, 2011 :
Reading this is like looking closely at one part of a dark, yet oddly poignant painting, then slowly backing away until you can see the whole thing...and when you do those last two words will wrench at you.
Theres no trickery here, no "hey look, a twist!". The way it moves slowly from one perception of whats happening to forming the truth, is totally natural and quite moving. It shows a trust in the reader that I especially liked.
Dark and very moving.
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Review by: Linda Swain on June 16, 2011 :
It amazed me - it had me tearing at the end - which I don't usually do. There are, as the other reviewers says, plenty of clues that have you doing a face to palm reaction when you do reach the end (and don't cheat and ruin it by going there first!) It just makes me want to read more by this very talented writer.
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Review by: Mary Ann Peden-Coviello on June 16, 2011 :
This is a twisted little tale. A dystopian futuristic situation and a flawed, damaged narrator leave the reader gasping in the last few sentences.

The writer, using a pen-name here, is masterful in leaving clues all throughout so I said, "Of course!" when I came to the end. I didn't feel cheated or tricked. The ending was still a stunner, but made perfect sense.
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