Dread by Jeff Wade – Review by Erin Wolf

DreadDread by Jeff Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Dread by Jeff Wade, 5 stars.

Frank keeps waking up from crazy nightmares. Or are they memories? And where is he? He should be in bed, but he feels like he’s entombed in stone. Follow along it slowly comes back to him. Or does it?

This is a horror/suspense short story that fits its title perfectly. You are kept on the edge of your seat, not really knowing just what is happening, but needing to find out more. At the same time, you’re ready to hide under the covers, dreading what may come next. The short story creeped me out and I absolutely loved that. I have such a hard time finding horror that will do that to me. This is my first time reading this author and I am now hooked. The story is only about 50 pages, so you can’t build too much of the character in that time, but the author has still given us a good idea at the kind of man he is. The author could have completely ignored that and made his main character flat, the story itself carries the book. He did not go that route however and makes a good book superb. This book will leave you questioning much, including your sanity, but that is the best part. Please give us more!

If you like a quick horror/suspense book that will get your pulse racing, this book is for you.

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Review by @erinwolf79

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