Synopsis: A YA Ghost Story: When Silas moves to a remote village out in the boonies over summer break, he’s less than overjoyed at his social prospects. Miles away from town with only a rusted bike for transportation, he’d rather stare at his phone than engage. However, when his parents confiscate his phone and tell him to go explore, what he finds is strange and unusual…

Ghosted is the first story in the Ghost Stories series. Stories are unrelated and can be read in any order.

Release Date: 7th October 2022

Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Friendship, Small Town, Teen, Young Adult, Mystery

Pages: 48

Thank you so much to author Marie-Hélène Lebeault and StoryOrigin for the ebook to read and review.

Review: Silas is forced to move to a new town, he gets so swept up with his friends and social media, that he loses his phone privileges forced to interact with the world around him. Going into the woods he finds an old creepy cabin and sees more than he bargained for. The next day he makes a new friend in town, a girl called Cassandra.

This was a slow burn horror, it was eerie and slight but when it hits you it hits you quick. It left me actually creeped out and that ending no no no I was left wanting more to the story. This horror wasn’t what I expected it to be, but it worked really well, it gets you when you least expect it. It got me gripped and wanting, needing more it was such an intriguing horror.

I didn’t like Silas at first at all, but as I read more he actually grew on me, making the rest of the story so much better, and I really liked his relationship with Cassandra it was intriguing from the start.

If you are looking for an easy quick horror read that is creepy and eerie and will leave you wanting more you totally need to read this book and the others in the series. Such cleverly written horror stories.


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