Kisses, Suzi: A Short Horror Story

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Things go wrong when a GPS evolves into a possessive and jealous entity, and its kisses... are deadly. More
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About Joanie Chevalier

Hi! I live in the East Bay area of San Francisco. I work for a large law firm as a legal secretary in beautiful San Francisco. During my free time I love to write, spend time in my yard creating color, and going for scenic drives; which are plentiful in beautiful California. Camping is also a favorite pastime, and I have a teardrop trailer so I don't have to sleep on the ground and love to see different sights in the surrounding areas and states, particularly the National Parks. There's nothing better in the whole wide world than sitting in front of a campfire gazing at the stars, and then in the morning smelling the delicious aroma of fresh coffee and sizzling bacon. That's my idea of a great vacation!

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Review by: Ecrivain Hongrois on Dec. 26, 2018 :
Well written and entertaining, but a bit too exaggerated near the end.
(Spoiler alerts); As it was a dash-mount unit, couldn't either of them just thrown the thing out the window instead of shooting it? Since they both had mobile phones, they could've still had GPS capabilities. Oh well.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on Jan. 7, 2018 :
This author is really onto something original in the fun and scary story. Joanie Chevalier combines sci-fi and romance. Using all the latest things we take for granted (phones, texting, apps, navigation) she turns a Sunday drive in the country into a trip of pure horror with dashes of humor.
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Review by: Helen Pryke on Oct. 23, 2017 :
A creepy short story where a GPS falls in love with Jimmie and decides that his girlfriend Brenda is superfluous to their relationship.
Well-written, it will make you think about whether humans rely too much on technology, and where this could lead us! The story revolves around the two characters, and the author has managed to brilliantly develop their personalities, which isn't easy in a short story.
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Review by: vivascarlett on Oct. 12, 2017 :
Very enjoyable, I loved it!
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