Shelter for the Damned by Mike Thorn

I love discovering new and unique stories in all genres, you that kind of stories that are different, that doesn't fit the mold, that turns the mold upside down and makes you think and feel differently.

I had high hope that Shelter for the Damned would be that kind of a story. And it was in a way. 

Teenagers look for a place to smoke, where no one can see them and they come across the shack in the field. 

Mark, Adam, and Scott enter the shack. They each come with baggage, especially Mark. He struggles with anger, rage and doesn't connect with his family. He seems detached from normal life and the shack provides escape for him. But it's not just a small building, there is something more sinister lurking behind. And it wanted Mark.

It's not like anything I've ever read before. The start is kind of slow, and then it gets weird. :) It's intense and scary at the same time. 

The only thing I didn't like was the writing style, it worked for the story, but I had a hard time connecting with it.
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February 26th, 2021 by JournalStone
horror, paranormal
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