Emerging like fish from water, the shapes took form in the air and landed softly among the commuters. A hideous cold accompanied them.
Confused passengers saw the monstrosities change shape from formless bodies into uniformed train guards. Uniformed train guards with rubbed-out faces and slits for mouths.
After the photophobes are summoned into our dimension, what hope is there for the survivors? One man, at least, is prepared to strike back!
At 6,000 words (equivalent to about 24 pages in paperback) this Greyhart Press eBook is the perfect length to enjoy on your lunch break, or to complement a drink in your favorite coffee house. Be warned, though, after reading this story you will want to keep the lights on for a long time.
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About the Author
Paul's publishing history includes a short story in Dark Horizons, (The British Fantasy Society’s fiction magazine) about a farm that bred humans for meat. More recently a story of his was featured in issue 13 of Murky Depths magazine. This joyful piece was a satire on euthanasia entitled Do Not Resuscitate. In October 2010 one of his stories was included in the anthology Shoes, Ships and Cadavers: Tales from Northlondonshire. Edited by Ian Whates and Ian Watson with an introduction by Alan Moore.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a very good story but not long enough! I wuld love.to see this turned into a novel length story. Good writing style too, I would recommend this to any horror fan.