The Haunt

The Haunt Brad s life is a simple one When he s not working at a nearby junk yard he s probably drinking alone at home However all is not well In the shadows and in the recesses of his mind something is stir

  • Title: The Haunt
  • Author: L. Marshall James
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brad s life is a simple one When he s not working at a nearby junk yard, he s probably drinking alone at home However, all is not well In the shadows and in the recesses of his mind, something is stirring.

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    About "L. Marshall James"

    1. L. Marshall James

      L Marshall James hails from northwest rural Pennsylvania, where he ran around barefoot and played 8 bit Nintendo when he wasn t playing with tar in the middle of the road After a subpar high school performance, he obtained an associate s degree in information technology before realizing a powerful disdain for office jobs Nonetheless, he worked in the IT field for over six years before calling it quits and joining his girlfriend in Southeast Asia for a traveling foray that lasted almost two years He returned home just in time for Thanksgiving Surprisingly enough, his family still loved him At the time of publication, L Marshall James is essentially a bum with no job and no permanent home He would like to have both, but the wheres and hows of either are uncertain, as is much of his future.

    752 thoughts on “The Haunt”

    1. Genre: Mystery and ThrillerThe primary character is Brad, a foul-mouthed alcoholic on a downhill slide. During the day, he works in a junkyard, alternating his time by playing cards on the office computer and filling orders of selected parts from the wrecked cars. Evenings and weekends, he spends time with his dog while fixing up his wrecked truck. Brad becomes continually annoyed by a mysterious caller that stays on the line breathing, but won't talk to him. The series of strange phone calls co [...]

    2. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.“The Haunt” by L. Marshall James is a 38 page novelette about a man whose behavior comes back to haunt him, literally. Brad, the main character, is not a likable character. He deserves what happens to him to an extent. He’s a foul-mouthed, thieving drunk. Still, on some level, I felt sorry for him. I thought the author did a good job [...]

    3. Strange, annoying phone calls have been happening a lot lately for Brad. When he picks it up, there’s no answer. Just silence. For a short story, it just took forever to get to the nitty gritty, the essential meat of it all. It mainly centered on this good-for-nothing redneck spending all his time drinking beer and fixing his truck. When was the ghost coming? Of course, there has to be a ghost. What else haunts people?Although the ending was the best part, it still felt rather lukewarm to me. [...]

    4. A really short story . Nothing I would tell others to read. The story was written fairly good but it just didnt come across to me as they wanted it to. Cant tell you to much since it was a short one but drinking and the consequences of it play in to it.

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