The Eyes That Moved Kendra Merrick has a knack for spotting unusual trinkets and treasures and she isn t afraid of using unconventional or illegal methods to obtain them When she meets Adam a fellow sleuth and collecto

  • Title: The Eyes That Moved
  • Author: Rachelle M.N. Shaw
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kendra Merrick has a knack for spotting unusual trinkets and treasures, and she isn t afraid of using unconventional or illegal methods to obtain them When she meets Adam, a fellow sleuth and collector, they embark on their biggest adventure yet the Whitson house The house is a marvel, and its secrets are even stranger than Kendra imagined.Kendra stumbles upon the findKendra Merrick has a knack for spotting unusual trinkets and treasures, and she isn t afraid of using unconventional or illegal methods to obtain them When she meets Adam, a fellow sleuth and collector, they embark on their biggest adventure yet the Whitson house The house is a marvel, and its secrets are even stranger than Kendra imagined.Kendra stumbles upon the find of a lifetime But she may have signed on for than she bargained There s a darkness in the house that wasn t there before, a pair of eyes in every corner, watching, waiting And Adam isn t at all who he claimed to be.

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    About “Rachelle M.N. Shaw

    1. Rachelle M.N. Shaw says:

      An avid reader who has an incurable need to research everything she comes across, Rachelle is an author of paranormal, horror, and writing craft books Since scribbling down her first story at the age of eight, her love for language and books has blossomed into a full time career She currently works as an independent editor and author while being a stay at home mom to her children and two rather persnickety cats When she s not baking cupcakes or playing in the snow, you can catch her blogging, tweeting, or plotting her next series.



    2 thoughts on “The Eyes That Moved

    1. A classic horror short. The prose is clean and creepy, establishing setting and tone and characterization early on. I appreciated the refreshing, modern language, and I especially liked the fact that we didn't necessarily have to like the characters in order to empathize with them.However, I did feel like the (view spoiler)[ description gave a bit too much away, given the shortness of the piece. Since it is horror, readers already pick up the book with some expectation or another. In this case, [...]

    2. Glad I finally caught up with this. What a delightfully creepy story. I was completely taken in by the world the protagonist lives in, and devastated by the twist. Looking forward to #2!

    3. Not quite for meFirst off, I will say that I believe it was written well. Secondly, it was extremely short and that was okay too. With that being said, I did expect something I just didn’t get it.

    4. It's okay.It's okay. You can kind of guess what's going to happen rather quickly, and it isn't overly original, but it isn't bad either.

    5. WowThis is a short but great horror story. Rachelle M. N. Shaw has a new fan. You need to be careful who you think is a friend. Read this one , you won't regret it.

    6. Good short story!It reads much like a ghost story, with the creepy old house, vengeful ghost boy, and of course, creepy dolls! I enjoyed it.

    7. The Eyes That Moved by Rachelle M.N. Shaw is a suspenseful short thriller that will leave you holding your breath. While short stories are a genre I'm not too familiar with, I thoroughly enjoyed this one. I tend to shy away from shorts because I like actual meat in my salad and not just bacon bits. The Eyes That Moved had that and more. The characters, Kendra and Adam instantly come to life as people you may know from school or from around town. The prose was inviting but not overwhelming and it [...]

    8. Unlike some writers/reviewers I have nothing against short stories, I read a lot in my line of work. It's deceptively difficult to write concisely and still tell an entire story, I often find myself reading stories that are a little too long to be short stories or concise ones that would have been better being expanded into novella territory. Rachelle has got the balance spot on in The Eyes That Moved. The Eyes That Moved tells the story of Kendra, a rebellious girl with a penchant for exploring [...]

    9. I've read a lot of ghost stories before, so I did find the story a little predictable. But that doesn't mean I didn't find it enjoyable. It was the perfect short story to read as Halloween approaches; I definitely won't be going into any abandoned houses anytime soon. Shaw's writing was strong and descriptive, without bogging us down in details. The setting and the main character were fleshed out nicely, which is always impressive with a story this short. If you are a scaredy cat and don't want [...]

    10. The Eyes That Moved by Rachelle M. N. Shaw is about Kendra, a teenage girl who loves exploring old abandoned houses with her friend Adam. On one of their adventures, they discover a mystery. Once the mystery is solved, their lives are changed. I was given this book to review from the author. It’s a short book so it didn’t take long to read. The story was captivating and extremely eery. I find porcelain dolls to be creepy anyways, but after reading this story, I’m even more terrified of the [...]

    11. A classic horror short, The Eyes That Moved has echoes of Price and Poe. With scintillating prose, Shaw captures two not necessarily likeable characters in a piece that proves looks aren't always what they appear. My only gripe with the story is that at times the foreshadowing was too heavy-handed and, although technically proficient, it seemed to crest and fall too quickly in terms of action. Given the restrictions of writing shorts, I don't think it fair to say these staved off my enjoyment; i [...]

    12. Lovers of horror will delight in this bite-sized supernatural treat. Everyone else might want to read it with the lights on. Think Charles Lee Ray in Child's Play or Annabelle in The Conjuring. Shaw's prose is polished, fingers-trailing-down-spine excellence. That can sometimes come across as a little wooden, so I would've loved to have seen a bit more verve, I guess. That said, it went down easy, which is kind of ideal for a tale of this length. I think it took me about ten minutes to get throu [...]

    13. Thrilling paranormal experience! This is one fast-paced compelling paranormal short story! Without giving away any spoilers, I will say that the plot was completely unpredictable and the direction it took much delighted me! The setting is perfect for the eerie discoveries Kendra is about to unveil and her friend, Adam is quite a character! I can't wait to read the next installment of the series!:D

    14. This is very well-crafted short story, chilling rather than horrific. I found the characters rather unlikeable, but even so I felt that I got to know them both well enough in such a short piece, and that in itself is a good thing. The foreshadowing was perhaps a little obvious, but overall that didn't detract from the quality of the writing and a GREAT central idea. I'd happily read more of this author's work, and certainly recommend it to others in need of a few scares.

    15. I might have liked this, (it seemed like a good idea) if I had any freaking idea what really happen really happened with this Adam dude. :/ the righting was good. I liked that. But I really didn't understand the ending. Maybe someone else may enjoy but I didn't.

    16. I really enjoyed this story. The twist at the end was very well written and unexpected. The reader is given just enough background to understand what's truly happening at the end. I look forward to reader more of Rachelle's work!

    17. CREEPY! Rachelle M. N. Shaw's clear, lovely prose will draw you in before you realize, just like the unfortunate protagonist of the story. If you're looking for a quick, surprising, and chilling read, check this out!

    18. Shorter then I expected but it was an enjoyable quick read. I do wish there was more. Maybe more of a build up but overall it was good.

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