Down the Drain

Down the Drain

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by Daniel Pyle
     
 

Bruce has lost everyone he ever cared about—even his cat.

Now, just when he thinks he's finally alone in the house, something will come clawing its way out of the plumbing to prove him wrong.

[8,500 words]  See more details below

Overview

Bruce has lost everyone he ever cared about—even his cat.

Now, just when he thinks he's finally alone in the house, something will come clawing its way out of the plumbing to prove him wrong.

[8,500 words]

Editorial Reviews

Joe McKinney, author of DEAD CITY and APOCALYPSE OF THE DEAD
"Horror should be fun. Scary, of course...but above all, it should be fun. Too many people seem to have forgotten that. Well, Daniel Pyle has not forgotten. With his novella, DOWN THE DRAIN, Pyle has crafted a tale that evokes all the eye-popping strangeness and excitement that got me into horror in the first place. I loved it, and I can guarantee you'll never look at your bathtub the same again."
Michael Louis Calvillo, author of I WILL RISE and AS FATE WOULD HAVE IT
"Pyle's tight little monster tale packs a nasty wallop."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982869109
Publisher:
Blood Brothers Publishing
Publication date:
09/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
911 KB

Meet the Author

Daniel Pyle lives with his wife and two daughters in Springfield, Missouri. Visit him online at www.danielpyle.com.

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Down the Drain 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't know how I feel about this story. Having the pet die in such a manner served no purpose except to upset me. The story was creepy and just plain weird. And the ending really gave no clue to exactly WHAT was living down there. But it was quite entertaining anyway. I wish more of the 64 pages had been used toward a better ending. (Catpurrson)
Shelly65 More than 1 year ago
This is a really fun short (about 60 pages) that is just creepy, gross and kind of silly. In the hands of a lesser writer it would have been TOO out there but lucky for us it is well-written. It reminds me a lot of Tales from the Darkside - which is a good thing.
QueenTigh More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this short horror story.  Reminds me of Stephen King the banality of the evil and giving voice to the pet pulled me in just like the drain :).
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