Horror Review - Chills: A Short Story Collection by Sahar Sabati

Chills: A Short Story Collection by Sahar Sabati
Published October 20th 2013 by Sahar Sabati


The same people are impossibly spotted in two different places at once; a man considers murdering the husband of a woman he loves; while driving home very early in the morning, a driverless car appears out of the fog and follows two sisters home.

Fear of the unknown, emotional intensity, and plain old creepiness will give you chills long after you have finished reading the seven stories in this collection.


Seven stories all to give you the Chills. The writing seemed pretty basic to me. Some of the stories seem like they are written from personal accounts.

Of the seven I can't say I was creeped out as if reading somebody like Jack Ketchum, but I felt the eeriness from the pages.

The best of the collection in my opinion is "Double Double." A deja vu romp! A family is seen numerous times at a McDonald's. Not to ruin most of story. Death walks a line of strange behavior.

Don't let my review stop you from reading. A fast paced read of short chills from an interesting collection.

(as posted by Donald on Goodreads)


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