- Paperback: 162 pages
- Publisher: JournalStone (16 June 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1945373873
- ISBN-13: 978-1945373879
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.9 x 22.9 cm
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A dream wakes him as many nightmares before have, but this one’s unusual, this one is telling him something not quite right. Sheriff Benjamin Logan could never conceive just how wrong things are on such a beautiful April day.
Something rotten has entered his quiet little town of Windbrook, Pennsylvania. Moreover, though, he is not sure yet where the unpleasant feeling that’s gipping him stems, he can feel its foulness in his bones.
This story hit home in more ways than I care to share with strangers. Sometimes it is hard to do the right thing—sometimes its almost impossible, but we all have a choice. So, when the devil is knocking on your door what decision will you make? It is a tough question to answer.
The Meek Shall Inherit… (Story 2)
By Richard Chizmar
MR. Pruitt has been acting strange since his wife died. He traded his Cadillac for a van, he’s been buying strange items, and bring things into his home late at night. His bazaar activities have captured the attention of Jimmy and Brian two neighborhood kids. Jimmy, Mr. Pruitt’s next-door neighbor, believes him to be a serial killer. However, no matter what he is, the boys intend to find out what the man is hiding. Neither of them knowing, of course, it may just be the last thing they do.
What They Left Behind( Story 3)
By Brian James Freeman
Scott Soderman’s father has just bought a run-down company, Timlico, that was abandon some time ago, to try and save his own business. However, Scott and his sister’s boyfriend George are about to find out the previous owners left something behind—something that nightmares stem from.
Richard and Brian have created a compilation of short horror stories that are, of course, entertaining and terrifying, but also makes the reader think beyond the words printed, which, to me, is one of the best kind of stories that exist. Darkness Whispers has made it’s way to my must-read list with one clean swoop. Highly recommended.
Shortly afterward mayhem and mass murder ensues through the will of this old codger. A small town sheriff is left baffled at the goings on. The book gives insight into the old man through he sheriff's son. In the end, while all seems peaceful, we find the old man has willed himself to another part of the world in the year 1919. He has one person he's very interested in touching and affecting. The reader can easily figure who that might be.
The book begs the word "Choices." And makes optimal use of it. Not so much supernatural, it's more thought provoking; though a bit gory.
As an extra bonus there are two short stories which follow the novella
I was disappointed in this book(+the 2 little stories that followed.Had the writer follow through with the original book with more details it would've been decent....