Abasteron House

Abasteron House

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by Paula Cappa
     
 

Come to the Abasteron House by the sea … at low tide … in a dead calm … Is there something haunting the attic?

Readers' comments: “I loved this–the writing, the pace, the detail, the word choices. A haunting tale with an underlying thread that stays with you.”

"Haunting is certainly true of this piece."

"Great

Overview

Come to the Abasteron House by the sea … at low tide … in a dead calm … Is there something haunting the attic?

Readers' comments: “I loved this–the writing, the pace, the detail, the word choices. A haunting tale with an underlying thread that stays with you.”

"Haunting is certainly true of this piece."

"Great tale. If you like ghost stories, worth reading this short but chilly tale. Love the little scare tucked neatly into the final line, and an effective one at that.”

“Very good indeed, creating an electric atmosphere from the opening lines.”

"An engaging read."

“Brilliantly depicted.”

This short story (flash fiction) was originally published at Every Day Fiction. Paula Cappa is the recipient of an Eric Hoffer Book Award, Readers' Favorite International Bronze Medal for supernatural suspense, and a Gothic Readers Book Club Award Winner.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045272667
Publisher:
Paula Cappa
Publication date:
08/23/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
135,873
File size:
91 KB

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Meet the Author

Paula Cappa is an award-winning novelist and short story author. Her supernatural mystery, Amazon Kindle’s best-selling ghost story The Dazzling Darkness won a Gothic Readers Book Club Award for Outstanding Fiction, and, Readers’ Favorite International Bronze Medal Award. Night Sea Journey, A Tale of the Supernatural, a supernatural thriller won an Eric Hoffer Book Award in 2015. Both novels are published in trade paperback by Crispin Books. Her short fiction has appeared in Dark Gothic Resurrected Magazine, Whistling Shade Literary Journal, SmokeLong Quarterly, Sirens Call Ezine, Every Day Fiction, Fiction365, Twilight Times Ezine, and in anthologies Journals of Horror: Found Fiction, Mystery Time, and Human Writes Literary Journal. She is a freelance copy editor and writes a weekly blog, Reading Fiction, Tales of Terror at paulacappa.wordpress.com.

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Abasteron House 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Abesteron House is a beautifully written short story of a grandfather and grandaughter . I love it. You need to be a bit smarter than the average horror reader to " get " this, otherwise, you will not see the beauty. True horror is written as this. Like this. It's not about blood and gore. That is called noir. Not horror. This is true horror. Thanks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very well written!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good as far as it went ten pages and poof strange
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was enjoying it till it ended. I understand it's a short story, but it's a little too short. It left me wanting more. It reads more like the preface than the story itself. What there is of it is well written.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
confusing only to someone that doesn't understand religious symbolism. think of it as a series of spiritually oriented vignettes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Goldylox
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Utterly confusing. I did not, in the least bit, care for this book. Writing is too midevil and the story line serves no purpose and is pointless. Don't waste your time.