Second Chances is listed as Horror, however, in my opinion it is not, it’s a Thriller; I know, I know the fine line. That is not to say that I didn’t enjoy the story. Chaun Hutchins is a troubled man, he’s awoken in a hospital, having memories of an auto accident that happened while he was having an argument with his wife. The story feels like true life events, which gives it a nice hook. A lot of it was mundane with subtle, but dark occurrences thrown in along the way to keep my need for terror appeased. When the ghostly presence possesses, it was frightening, but I couldn’t help myself for wanting more; not in those scenes, but more of the dark, menacing of the spirit throughout the book.
This story gave me chills when it counted, and for that reason, I’m giving it 4 out of 5 Stars.
About Second Chances:
Chaun Hutchins was like any normal 32-year-old. He had a wife, a degree, a full-time job, a comfortable home, and a baby on the way. An accident turned his world upside down, but not before he uttered words for which he can never make amends. Haunted by his past, and events that neither he nor his family can explain, Chaun must find answers to his dark troubles, before his past destroys his future.
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About Aaron D. Brinker
I’m an Author who loves multiple genres. Growing up in a military home I learned to love different cultures and climates.
I am 35 and married to a beautiful and wonderful wife. We make our home in the Ozarks of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
My love of multiple genres is present in my stories. I love to write Fiction. I write Horror, Fantasy, Christian Fiction, and Thriller genres.
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