Wonderful short story, one of the funniest page stories I've read in a long time. I hope you make more like these. Now, whenever I walk down my street and I hear one of those little rat-dogs come running to bark at me, I'll think of this story and it may ease the high-pitch yipping just a little.
A wonderfully written story. The author clearly did her research on the topic and was able to go into intricate detail of the thought process of someone who is blind. The ending is very exciting but I believe it falls a bit short. I hope to see a second part to this story or atleast more of it.
I would love to give it a five, but it is a horror story, and it just isn't that scary. But, it was very well written, and it was very creepy to say the least. Now, I'm off to see if I can't meet this dog lady.
A teasing little short story, which seems to be Ms. Hewson's specialty. It shall be interesting to see how all of these individual story lines meet up, but I trust when the Chronicles are released they will be fantastic works. My only note of critique would be the sense of foreboding or dread is not as tangible as it should be in a story of this nature.
Sick! Twisted! Easily Ms.Hewson's best short story, it was horrible in all the right ways and touching in the rest. The story is unique, and as far as I can tell never been told before. The mistress of macabre returns with another shocking short story.