The Subtlety of Terror

September 13, 2018|
The Subtlety of Terror by Christie Stratos

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It's the quietest evils that are the most horrifying—their persistence, constant presence, and unyielding terror. Real horror flourishes in its perpetual infliction of fear.

If you like "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, you'll love this story.

At 1,950 words, this horror short story is a 10-minute read or less.

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What readers are saying about Christie Stratos's other works

Brotherhood of Secrets:
"I couldn't put the book down and finished it within 24 hours!"
--Anais Chartschenko, author of Bright Needles and other poetry collections

"This book was so powerful I finished it in two days. If it hadn't been for the need to sleep, I would've finished it in one."
--Michael J. Elliott, author of Portraits of Dread and other horror books

Anatomy of a Darkened Heart:
"Psychologically compelling and full of depth, intelligent, beautifully written, literary but easily accessible, Anatomy of a Darkened Heart may well begin a new era of dark Victorian-era fiction."
--Jason Greensides, author of The Distant Sound of Violence

"The attention to detail in this book must be highlighted. Textures, symbolism, and words. Every word is placed where it has to be placed and sometimes a sentence can make you shiver or gasp."
--J.D. Estrada, author of Only Human and many other works

Title:The Subtlety of Terror
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:September 13, 2018
Publisher:Christie Stratos
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780463742969

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