The Ghost of Ben Hargrove

The Ghost of Ben Hargrove In this standalone short story from New York Times bestselling author Heather Brewer a boy wakes up in a cell with no recollection of how he got there and no idea how he is going to escape Ben Hargro

  • Title: The Ghost of Ben Hargrove
  • Author: Heather Brewer
  • ISBN: 9780062321268
  • Page: 233
  • Format: ebook
  • In this standalone short story from New York Times bestselling author Heather Brewer, a boy wakes up in a cell with no recollection of how he got there and no idea how he is going to escape.Ben Hargrove has been trapped for so long, he s lost count of the days In a cell with no windows and only a small slot in the door, he doesn t even know when it s day and when it s nigIn this standalone short story from New York Times bestselling author Heather Brewer, a boy wakes up in a cell with no recollection of how he got there and no idea how he is going to escape.Ben Hargrove has been trapped for so long, he s lost count of the days In a cell with no windows and only a small slot in the door, he doesn t even know when it s day and when it s night All Ben knows is the hand that brings him food and medicine All Ben knows is the cycle from one sleep to the next.But this cycle, something is different Someone has left Ben a note There is no freedom.There are no walls.The boy is real.Ben will have to figure out what the cryptic note means, and fast or he may not make it out of this cell alive.Featuring a first look at Heather Brewer s upcoming novel, The Cemetery Boys, this mysterious and frightening short story will keep you guessing until the very last page and it will keep you awake long after.

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    2 thoughts on “The Ghost of Ben Hargrove

    1. Heather Brewer is the pseudonym of Zac Brewer but you can call him Z.Zac is the NYT bestselling author of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series, as well as The Slayer Chronicles series, Soulbound, The Cemetery Boys, The Blood Between Us, and short stories than he can recall.He grew up on a diet of Twilight Zone and books by Stephen King He chased them down with every drop of horror he could find in books, movie theaters, on television The most delicious parts of his banquet, however, he found lurking in the shadowed corners of his dark imagination When he s not writing books, he s skittering down your wall and lurking underneath your bed Zac doesn t believe in happy endings unless they involve blood.He lives in Missouri with his husband, two children, and four furry overlords that some people refer to as cats.

    2. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. I anticipated the release of this ever since the cover and the preorder was available. But noww that my Nook has been charged and my preorder finally downloaded and I was able to actually sit down beside my busy life and readoh my gosh! We've seen Heather Brewer as an authoress during her CoVT series, and TSJ, and we all were heartbroken and crazy impressed with the Legacy Of Tril series, especially now that book 2 will wrap things up in an eBook, [...]

    3. This is probably a short story rather than a novella and I read it as part of my Halloween efforts. I was entertained well. It's a strange old story, which is good. These days if an author wants to go down the classic gothic haunted house route they have to be really good as they will be compared to the greats. I guess it's written for young adults and should be compared to The Bunker Diaries, which I believe was banned when it first came out. Whereas The Bunker Diaries is worrying and extremely [...]

    4. This story has all the elements I love about Heather Brewer's work: An interesting male protagonist and a creepy story. Ben Hargrove exists in room with gray walls and mysterious hands that bring him meals but no answers.Then one day his predictible schedule is broken by a mysterious note and a whispered voice. Short but satisfying read with a nice exerpt of Heather's next book.

    5. Hhhmmmm & eh. I feel like it was just enough to intrigue me and then piss me off when it just walks out with the final wordso upset because the rest of the book is her explaining her love of fear and then the first 2 chapters of her "Cemetery Boys". would make an excellent scene in a film.just felt like I was getting involved when it just ended. still kind of pissed, not gonna lie.

    6. Very interesting. I liked seeing it from both point of views but I would have liked to read more. It ended kind of abruptly.If you read the ebook version just know that the story ends at 50%Overall I did enjoy this short story.

    7. Ended up being just a short story, with a preview of her upcoming book (maybe already published) The Cemetery Boys. Was very imaginative and good! Hails from Missouri.

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