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 576 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

  • It Was Alright

    3
    By Shibby_Dude :D
    I can tell why it’s free. It’s not a terrible read, but it’s no masterpiece either. It almost feels like it was translated from another language, unless the author writes in that tone. The wording was just weird. The ending was alright. Not as spooky as some make it out to be. I recommend for a good short read, or like when my cousins and I used to do, when we’d gather around and read scary stories in the dark. It’s free and short so I say get it if interested.
  • This book is pretty good

    4
    By drippydripss
    This book is pretty good, I won’t lie it’s the first of a few that have managed to give me a chill or two. Good for camp stories, would recommend to someone
  • Great!

    5
    By A Sassy Sweet Treat
    I loved it! I would have liked more details though about the killer.
  • Not good

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

    5
    By ekelley43
    Really good thriller and perfect for those who like horror. Heads up, don’t read this before you go to bed.
  • Loved it!!!!

    5
    By La Gato13
    Book was great!!!!
  • They don't exist

    5
    By 😍Paeton😍
    This book is great scary and very interesting
  • Excellent

    4
    By Hello from me champ
    Excellent! Kept me wanting to read more!
  • Scary but with flaws.

    3
    By Theslueth
    I did enjoy this. But a couple things did throw me off. Such as not knowing the main characters name until half way through. Unless I missed something. But all and all is it scary? Yes.
  • 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!👻

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