4/5 Star Review for “Forget Me Nots!”

by Andrés M. on DriveThruFiction


“I had my reservations regarding this short story. A undead kid who goes to school and stuff? I must confess that I was a little skeptical of how that could work. I was terribly mistaken.

Yes, this story is about a young kid with a unique condition, his heart doesn’t beat, his blood doesn’t flow, and his lungs don’t breath; yep, he is an undead, but with a soul, conscience, and a spirit of adventure and investigation.

The story begins when some school kids travelling to a Mansion, in which yearly is celebrated a treasure hunt on Halloween, and our protagonist, Spencer “Spooky” Lawson, is VERY anxious about this trip, specially regarding the rumors the old house.

We are taken to a Lovecraftian story, and we experience it from the view point of a very special kid, who is eager to “see” what’s beyond, the monsters, the horrors.

All and all it was a very cool story. A must read of all fans of the Call of Cthulhu RPG.”

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars!

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About Kevin A. Ranson

Content Creator, Horror Writer, Film Critic. Heeding a macabre calling listening to "Mother Ghost Nursery Rhymes" in kindergarten, Kevin started writing in grade school and filled countless notebooks with story ideas while touring the Mediterranean in the US Navy. He is the author of The Spooky Chronicles and the vampire thriller series The Matriarch, creator/critic for MovieCrypt.com and "ghost writer" for horror host Grim D. Reaper. WEBFACEBOOKTWITTER
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