I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror

I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror
  • Kindle Edition
  • 24 pages
  • I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror
  • Andrew Wolter
  • English
  • 17 June 2019

I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror[Epub] ❧ I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror ➛ Andrew Wolter – Essayreview.co.uk Jessie Sutter is spending Christmas alone for the first time in his thirty two years However, an evil presence will be returning to the house on Crescent Road for the holidays Faced with his present d Jessie Sutter Home for PDF Í is spending Christmas alone for the first time in his thirty two years However, an evil presence will be returning to the house on Crescent Road for the holidays Faced with his present darkness, I'll Be PDF or Jessie s childhood memories of a mysterious encounter with Santa Claus may offer the only key to his confrontation with the terror that has come home for Christmas.


About the Author: Andrew Wolter

Andrew Wolter Home for PDF Í is the award winning author of Much of Madness, More of Sin and Nightfall His short stories have appeared in both online and print publications including Raw Brutality As Art, Enter at Your Own I'll Be PDF or Risk Fires and Phantoms, and Anthology Year OneIn addition to his fiction writing, Andrew has previously freelanced as a contributing columnist to X Factor Magazine, in which he has over published reviews and published interviews Be Home for PDF/EPUB ¾ Being an advocate for LGBT rights, he also freelances as a contributing columnist under a pseudonym for a nationwide LGBT publicationA resident of Seattle, Washington, Andrew is an active member of the Horror Writers Association and is currently working on several future novels.


10 thoughts on “I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Holiday Tale of Terror

  1. says:

    3.5 stars Review to come.Jessie Sutter is home alone for Christmas Still grieving the loss of his mother, he reminisces about his childhood, both the good times and the bad Then, he begins hearing noises Assuming that someone must be breaking into his house, he anxiously grabs his bat and goes in search of the culprit s He finds no sign of an intruderat first But soon, poor Jessie will be fighting for his life.This was a pretty decent, entertaining short story For you picky, picky 3.5 stars Review to come.Jessie Sutter is home alone for Christmas Still grieving the loss of his mother, he reminisces about his childhood, both the good times and the bad Then, he begins hearing noises Assuming that someone must be breaking into his house, he anxiously grabs his bat and goes in search of the culprit s He finds no sign of an intruderat first But soon, poor Jessie will be fighting for his life.This was a pretty decent, entertaining short story For you picky, picky readers, there are a few noticeable typos, but they don t detract from the story so grab a copy and give it a try

  2. says:

    There was something in the center of the tree, hidden behind the green of the needles and beyond the ornaments that gingerly hung from the branches Wolter s apparent love of language and storytelling guides this tense, creeping tale, which was a perfect read this time of year Wolter fuses fiction and reality in way which makes us question, much like his main character, Jessie, what we believe in ourselves This short story weaves from present to past back to present again, and is successful There was something in the center of the tree, hidden behind the green of the needles and beyond the ornaments that gingerly hung from the branches Wolter s apparent love of language and storytelling guides this tense, creeping tale, which was a perfect read this time of year Wolter fuses fiction and reality in way which makes us question, much like his main character, Jessie, what we believe in ourselves This short story weaves from present to past back to present again, and is successful in painting a familiar picture of the yuletide season The month of December, as gelid and grey as the atmosphere may have been, had led the way to cheerfulness But suspending disbelief long enough to allow the magic of Christmas into your heart can also leave room for something else to slip throughsomething farmenacing than a kindhearted jolly old soul who lets himself in your home to place presents under the tree each year.Find out what really made Santa s hair turn whiterethink the colored lights you string around your Christmas treeand take a ride by the Sutter house to hear the noise coming from inside for yourselfbecause no matter what the carols say, In the here and now, the house on Crescent Road is never silent

  3. says:

    I ll be Home for Christmas, by Wolter, is one of the best holiday horror shorts I ve read in a long while Wolter weaves a tale of grief, wrapped in childhood wonder curiosity, and follows it up with a man s battle for survival

  4. says:

    Wow where do I start If someone has lost someone before the holidays it will make this storycompelling But if not its still compelling and a great story It makes you want to put the Xmas tree up again the way he talks about the beauty of it But maybe not considering the rest of the story its a short story that takes you on a fictional journey reminiscing of days gone by, Santa and his wisdom, and the horrors that lie in wait usually about the holidays Fun read it was Very enjoyabl Wow where do I start If someone has lost someone before the holidays it will make this storycompelling But if not its still compelling and a great story It makes you want to put the Xmas tree up again the way he talks about the beauty of it But maybe not considering the rest of the story its a short story that takes you on a fictional journey reminiscing of days gone by, Santa and his wisdom, and the horrors that lie in wait usually about the holidays Fun read it was Very enjoyable

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