Not to Be Read at Night
A collection of spooky short stories, with ghosts in the forest, fairies in a cave, and a vampire in an abandoned church... The Lone Writer Abby and Noah go hiking in the forest. Their plan is to spend a night in a wooden hut. But, once there, they discover the woods can be more spooky than nightmares. Will they have the courage to face the ghost of the Lone Writer? The Dog and the Child Melody is driving home when suddenly she crashes her car against a tree. In the rain and the dark, she starts hearing voices and seeing things. The Fairy's Cave Arthur is an archaeologist. He enters the Fairy's Cave to find a mysterious gem. First everything seems to go the way it was planned, but soon Arthur gets blinded by his quest and goes too far. Will he stop in time to be saved? A Spooky Expedition A group of kids decide to go where their parents forbade them: an old abandoned church, surrounded by its spooky graveyard. But they had never imagined that they would find a vampire's lair...
- Paperback | 60 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 3.56mm | 113.4g
- 13 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Sandrine Spycher
Sandrine Spycher was born and grew up in Switzerland. Getting inspiration from everyday life as well as in the literary material she studies at unversity, she writes novels, novellas, and short stories. She writes various genres, mostly dark fantasy and thrillers, but also epic fantasy. Although shy by nature, Sandrine expresses herself in fiction with no complex. In her stories, she wishes to share her vision of the modern society in which she lives, with its variety of people, problems, and adventures.