book review, horror, short story

Agoraphobia by Rami Ungar

A new horror short from the Master of Fear.

Peyton hasn’t left his house in years. Now a hurricane is besieging his property, but is the ferocity of nature enough to drive him from his home?

Ungar managed to pack a lot into this short story.

I really emphasized with Peyton. I loved the reasons for his fear of the outside world, and Ungar perfectly paced the revelations of his past. The fortress Peyton built sounded fantastic and I wouldn’t mind living there. I think I would have just hidden under my bed, even under the circumstances he found himself in, rather than abandon such a beautiful home.

I expected this story to be about an agoraphobic versus a hurricane, so when an extra element was introduced I was pleasantly surprised.

An exciting, tense, emotional story that had me reading with bated breath and left me with tears in my eyes.

I award Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia is available for $0.99 ebook on Amazon.


Click here to read my review of Rami Ungar’s fantasy short story, Mother of the King.

Click here to read my review of Rami Ungar’s fantasy novel, Rose.

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