They Don't Exist - J.R. Leckman

They Don't Exist

By J.R. Leckman

  • Release Date: 2010-12-16
  • Genre: Horror
Score: 4
4
From 271 Ratings

Description

A young woman laughs it off when she's informed the room she's staying in for the night is haunted, because ghosts don't exist.

Or do they?

Reviews

  • Not good

    1
    By Compressedlungs
    It’s your typical kid ghost story.
  • Excellent

    4
    By Hello from me champ
    Excellent! Kept me wanting to read more!
  • Very very suspenseful and well detailed

    5
    By Stg man
    As a fellow author, I look up to great projects like this one. One thing to appreciate is the "voice" of the narrator. Doesn't sound too proper, yet tell vivid details. I'd love to read a full length novel of Leckman's. But all I did was search "horror" and this was one of the first pieces to pop up. I see why!👻
  • Cute Story

    4
    By MartyT1981
    Although the story was really short, I feel that the point was made. Interesting plot twist at the end. Would have loved this story to be extended with more drama.
  • Good but needs improvement

    3
    By Cam19999988888888
    It was a short but pleasant read. My main critique are why was the girl in the hotel, who was she, who was she always talking to on the phone, what was her business in town? Next, a girl drinking a whole six pack of beer and eating a bunch of burritos seems unlikely. Also, why would she watch a scary movie if she is afraid of the dark. On the other hand it had a good ending.
  • Nice.

    5
    By $WannaB$
    Good quick read
  • Good Short Story

    3
    By JCIADAMS
    It was a good story but, a little predictable. With a little more than 40 pages, I wish it were longer.
  • Good job!

    4
    By Taterlove
    This short story kept me reading. It was detailed and vivid similar to a Stephen King piece of work. Keep writing , readers who love horror will love this.
  • Too predictable!

    3
    By BeaumontBonnie
    Too easy to figure out!
  • Loved it

    3
    By Hyvvgjhgbjhgb
    Awesome twist a little to gruesome on the death but an amazing book GET OUT