by M.J. Peter
My rating: 4 stars
Publication Date: August 28, 2014
Publisher: Pimpernickel Press
Print Length: 129 pages
An original blend of the author's chilling real-life experiences and disturbing, vivid short stories - this is a frightening feast for ghost and horror lovers. Inspired by a lifelong quest for paranormal enlightenment, this is the strange and forbidden world... of GhostiLeaks.
Ghostileaks by M.J. Peter
Admit it; we all love a good ghost story, especially if they are true tales of things that go bump in the night. Gather together, make a tent out of blankets, grab your flashlights and prepare to feel the thrill of gooseflesh, the unnerving sense that something is just out of your vision, but it is there, hiding in the shadows…just waiting for you to be alone…Welcome to Ghostileaks where you will leave forever changed, at least until daylight.
M.J. Peter is a master story teller, using short addendums to tell of how the story came to be. Were they from fact or fiction? Each short story is perfectly narrated to give the feel that these events did happen, and that they could happen to anyone, maybe even you.
Before you think that you could get lucky and find a tale about Casper, perish the thought, could be your worst nightmare is human, or not. Trust me, you will think of these tales the next time you take one of those thrill rides that go through dark tunnels, or maybe the local haunted house or house of mirrors, even! If you love that feeling of unease and a few rapid heartbeats, this is for you!
The creep factor is in our own imaginations running amok, not in bloody shreds of intestines flopping wildly about. The mind is a powerful tool and M.J. Peter knows how to use it to his best advantage. Follow along as M.J. Peter uses his words to create twisting tales that lead one on a journey to the unknown. Fun reading in a creepy kind of way…a chance to take a walk on the dark side without leaving your chair in that well-lit room, with the doors locked and drapes drawn, alarm set...Oh no! Where is my dog?
I received this copy from M.J. Peter in exchange for my honest review.