Horror Fiction / Kelli Owen

Crossroads

CROSSROADS
By Kelli Owen

crossroads

Synopsis

Local legend says it was a church. Campfire whispers claim devil worship and unconsecrated land. Old timers explain the lone grave as remnants of evil.

Having watched far too many horror movies, a group of teens wander into the woods with a Ouija board, planning to play with the dead and scaring each other in the process. But the group quickly learns ghosts of the past are not the only dangers, as the present can be much more haunting.

Content Review

Crossroads by Kelli Owen is a dark and creepy “young adult horror” story, but honestly, it is a great read for anyone who enjoys suspenseful scary stories.

This is a fast-paced and compelling story. I read it in one sitting about 20 minutes ago with a bag of popcorn. It is the perfect break from your day for any horror or thriller fan.

Kelli Owen’s way with words and characters weaves a tale of a group of young people who are their own worst enemies in spite of being friends, as is so often the case in the real world. The setting, the characters, the sequences, and the backstory are all masterfully done, as one expects of Kelli Owen.

Get it. Read it. Enjoy the ride. Watch out for the deer.

Get it on Amazon: getbook.at/CrossroadsKelliOwen


About the Author: Kelli Owen

Kelli Owen is the author of more than a dozen books–her fiction spanning from thriller and psychological horror, to an occasional bloodbath, and the even rarer happy ending. She was an editor and reviewer for over a decade, and has attended countless writing conventions, participated on dozens of panels, and spoken at the CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA regarding both her writing and the field in general. Born and raised in Wisconsin, she now lives in Destination, Pennsylvania.

For more information on her books and social media links, please visit her website at kelliowen.com

NOTE: For exclusive behind the scenes info, notes, etc. on Kelli’s fiction, please consider becoming a patron at http://www.patreon.com/kelliowen


 

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