Friday, 12 July 2013

Review of 3am and Wide Awake by Sarah England

'3am and Wide Awake' is the first book I've read by the author Sarah England. It is a collection of thriller/horror/suspense short stories. I bought the Kindle version but there is now a paperback version available too.

The Blurb:

‘3am and Wide Awake' is a collection of 25 thrillers and chillers by prolific short story writer, Sarah England. From the demonically inspired title story, to the madness of 'Girl in the Rain', or the shocking sadness of 'Rough Love' - there is one common factor - each story will take you to the edge of the precipice, and then bring you safely back again. Usually...

Dip into revenge with 'Retribution', or medieval terror with 'The Witchfinders'...Dare to invite a stranger into your house with 'Moving In'. Can you bear the aching loneliness of 'Burned'? Or the frightening consequences of dabbling with a Ouija board in 'Out of the Woods'? Why is a top surgeon being haunted by a vengeful woman in, 'A Second Opinion'? And what happened to the girl who took 'The Last Bus Home'?


Whatever you choose - we hope you will still be reading at 3am. And wide awake...

3am and Wide Awake3am and Wide Awake by Sarah E. England
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An entertaining, intriguing collection of stories. This is the first time I've read Sarah England's work and I was very impressed, I really enjoyed all of the stories. Each tale is different but all have a twist and a nice pace, which makes them memorable long after the close of the Kindle page. I look forward to reading more by this author.

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