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The Clarent Pin by P.A. Bees

Easily engulfing as the fog which overwhelmed the main character as he drove along a stretch of highway, The Clarent Pin commands your attention with it’s neat, concise writing style and images that place you in Richard’s proverbial shoes.  It’s a short story, so there’s a quick twist in the character’s behavior I found surprising, as what seemed a simple formless cloud grows into something infinitely more sinister.

 

Strange descriptions detail the stranger actions and emotions which plague Richard as he sinks deeper into a nightmare “non-world”. Distinct, shocking and memorable, after a suspenseful rise rise to climax, The Clarent Pin is a neat tale with a surprise ending that left me curiously satisfied.

 

Book Description: Russell likes everything in his life perfect and planned. A road trip with his wife results in an encounter with a strange fog. When Janice disappears, leaving him alone in the strange environment, Russell’s orderly way of life begins to crumble. What he doesn’t know is that there is an order to what’s happening, but somebody else is in control. A short story from our Spectres horror line.

Length: 8 Pages

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