I saw a review of this book that someone (sorry I do not remember who) wrote as I was browsing through Bloglovin'. It looked interesting and I decided to purchase it. This book is only approx 40 pages long and I finished it quickly. It is definitely a horrifying tale--but I could not help but feel that for once-the good guys won, but at what a cost-- Definitely worth the read! You can read a preview of this short story here-just click on the picture of the book cover!
About the book: (from Amazon)
If you believe that those hurting can draw things to them, if a wickedness can live right beside us and remain unheard, if the power of love can change everything, then you need to read Bobby!
You won't put down this gut-wrenching tale about two brothers, one who is disabled, living with an abusive father and attending a school where bullying the disabled is just the way things are. And do you have any idea how a wheelchair might hold onto horrific memories, or what it might do with them?
[Approximately 13,000 words.]
It's the summer of 1979. The weather is fantastic, and Danny can't wait to take his disabled younger brother fishing, away from Dad, away from everything. But Danny has been frightened of Bobby's wheelchair ever since hearing of its terrible history. But those are just stories and its nothing like the real terror, which awaits them at Grady Pond today.
This book can be purchased from Amazon. At the moment at least the cost of the e-book is .99.
About the Author: (from the back of the e-book)
Scott Zavoda is a writer from Cleveland Ohio, working across many genres: horror, science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy, and thriller. Short stories are his forte. He’s a devoted husband and father of two lovely girls. As an airline captain, he spends most his time enjoying the food and culture at nearly every city you can think of in America. Scott says “Being away from loved ones is the hardest thing, but I make the best of it by using the time to read and write.
His other works include:Beneath The Sand
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