Length: 26 pages
A woman tries to come to terms with repressed childhood memories while keeping the nightmare that has plagued her family for generations at bay.
Length: 26 pages
Brenda C – June 26, 2016
A scary good read. The author knows how to build the suspense and then provide a real bang for an ending. There is plenty of story packed into the pages of this quick read.
cathy dupree – July 30, 2016
Dissappointing. Slow read.
Customer – August 10, 2016
Very interesting read!! Really enjoyed this short story.
Rachael Barnard – August 19, 2016
Very good kept me enthralled the whole time. Is this it or is there another book that tells what happened I have to find out the rest of the story. Truly enjoyed it.
KatsRule – August 24, 2016
Kim Railey – August 27, 2016
This was a ok story but not alot of background information on Polly and Adam Why did their parents leave them??
DJMoMo – August 27, 2016
Enjoyable read! The characters are so vivid!!
rosy divan – August 29, 2016
But what a horrible place to stop!! I’m dying to know what happens next and I KNOW I’ll have nightmares! LOL
Customer – September 4, 2016
I really liked this story. I wish it were longer. I love spooky stories. I recommend this and other books of this writer.
G_Man – September 24, 2016
Great book wasn’t sure what to expect but worth it
Rogue – October 2, 2016
This book was interesting alittle too short for my taste but still interesting. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
Anita Harris – October 11, 2016
If you don’t have a lot of time at the moment you want to read, Polly’s Haven is a great book. It is short and doesn’t take long to read, but it is scary and there is a great twist.
Tom Sjoberg – November 13, 2016
a spine tingling story. very good read.
Customer – November 17, 2016
I love short books that capture my attention and this did just that. Becoming one of my favorite authors. Can’t wait for the next one.
Kathryn A St John – November 19, 2016
I could almost feel Polly’s descent into madness. I’ve suffered from insomnia. At the longest, mine lasted 2 or 3 nights and I felt like I was going insane. I wanted to cry all the time from desperation. I can’t imagine what it would be like to suffer from it for as long as Polly did.Then that twist at the end! Niiiiice. I didn’t see that happening. Yeah, I was taken in. 🙂
Customer – December 9, 2016
Enjoy reading it
Lisa – December 22, 2016
This is the third story I’ve read from this author. I think he tells a great story, but I hate the fact that his stories all seem to have non-endings. So, while I would recommend his tales, I won’t be reading anymore from Mr. Nasser. I like endings.
Customer – January 6, 2017
Awe man the book had me I need the edge of my seat waiting to find out what would happen to Polly and trying to figure out how she and her brother are related to Alan Carter.And here I am sitting on the edge of my chair looking for more and all I see is a request for a review! Haven’t had myself on the edge like this in ages. Thank you.
messeycat – January 29, 2017
I did enjoy the story but I honestly didn’t get the gist of it which is a shame.
Customer – February 7, 2017
Decided to give this one a shot after reading the horror stories collection, and it definitely did not disappoint. This was an incredible story, and easy to read. I love how it ended, had me at the edge of my seat, wanting to know more! I love stories that do that! Great stuff!!
Badseedgirl – April 23, 2017
This short story tells the tale of Polly, who had a nervous breakdown at work. Is a demon trying to possess her, or is she suffering from a mental disease, that has previously only struck the men of the family? I really enjoyed the touch of ambiguity this story left me with.
Sonia S – May 20, 2017
It’s a pleasure it read this book. I loved it. Easy to read. Keep them coming.
M. Blair – November 8, 2017
Ending felt like there should have been more.
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