Anywhere But Here: A Short Horror Story

Anywhere But Here: A Short Horror Story

Jordon Greene / May 27, 2019

Anywhere But Here A Short Horror Story Have you ever woken in the middle of a dream only to find it isn t over For Taren Evans it s reality He s stricken with an unnerving disorder that forces him wide awake in the middle of his dreams i

  • Title: Anywhere But Here: A Short Horror Story
  • Author: Jordon Greene
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Have you ever woken in the middle of a dream only to find it isn t over For Taren Evans, it s reality He s stricken with an unnerving disorder that forces him wide awake in the middle of his dreams, in the middle of his nightmares.Unable to move or speak, Taren can only lie in bed, helpless, while the cruel dream world melds with the real world around him A place where rHave you ever woken in the middle of a dream only to find it isn t over For Taren Evans, it s reality He s stricken with an unnerving disorder that forces him wide awake in the middle of his dreams, in the middle of his nightmares.Unable to move or speak, Taren can only lie in bed, helpless, while the cruel dream world melds with the real world around him A place where reality and fantasy become blurred.When sleep becomes torment, could you close your eyes

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      • Jordon Greene

        Jordon Greene is the Award Winning Bestselling Author of To Watch You Bleed They ll Call It Treason.At the age of eleven, Jordon entered a local short story competition in the North Carolina foothills with a longtime classmate and friend Despite the fact that the story did not garner the win and that Jordon only illustrated the writings of his friend, the competition sparked an interest within Jordon for storytelling.Over the years to follow, extending all the way through his last days in college at UNC Charlotte, Jordon continued to hone his writing It was not until after graduation that he was able to find his method and voice over the graveyard of several prematurely ended stories A few years later, in May of 2016, Jordon accomplished his dream of publishing when he released his first full length novel, They ll Call It Treason.Jordon attributes his love of reading to Michael Crichton s Jurassic Park and The Lost World novels which he read a few years after the movies came out which are nothing like the books and then proceeded to read anything by Crichton he could get his hands on He also enjoys anything by James Rollins, Marie Lu and James Alan Gardner A hard rock fan, Jordon works as a web developer in Concord, North Carolina where he resides just close enough and just far enough away from Charlotte.


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    1. SCARY! The character, Taren Evans, suffers from a terrible sleep disorder; he wakes during his nightmares unable to move while the nightmare continues. He goes to a sleep clinic for help and receives meds. However, the meds are adjusted to ensure he is not hallucinating. You, as the reader, are allowed a "safe" perspective of Taren's horrific journey where reality and nightmare merge.Although this is a short story, it is a SCARY story!Based on a five-star rating, I give it five stars!1) Buy from [...]


    2. Anywhere But Here (more novella than short story) explores the intriguing (and certainly ripe for horror exploitation) concept of sleep paralysis. Having experienced this myself a few times, the author does a fine job in describing the graying of the room’s edges, the shadowy figures circling the bed, and (worse) the sufferer’s inability to move or speak, yet remain fully present to experience any agony that might ensue from whatever motivates these nocturnal visitations.The story begins wit [...]


    3. I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.I don't normally read horror stories but having read the synopsis for "Anywhere But Here" I thought I'd give it a go.Taren Evans is a 19 year old college student who suffers from narcolepsy and sleep paralysis. The author spends a good deal of the book explaining how Taren feels during his sleep paralysis which I found fascinating but also chilling. Taren suffers from night terrors whilst paralysed in sleep in which he dreams of [...]


    4. Received a free copy from the author for an honest review. I really enjoyed reading this. The author did an awesome job when it came to descriptions, Taren's night terrors gave me nightmares. Never having experienced sleep paralysis before I don't know if the descriptions were accurate, but they were terrifying. A very original concept, I like finding novels that aren't the same idea reheated. Looking forward to read more from this author.



    5. Overall, I quite liked this story. Initially, it was a little slow-going, and only the mention of the dark figure sparked a little fear in me. I liked how descriptive and observant Taren was, it was easy to feel like I was in his shoes. His life as a whole was pretty normal besides being riddled by night terrors. The conversation about Batman could've been done away with, but I guess it made it seem more like something that would happen IRL. The writing itself was perfect and easy to visualise.T [...]


    6. I really wanted to like this, but in the end, I just didn't. The plot was original and I really liked the characters, but I never really connected with them. I liked that the beginning was a bit slow, it was a great way to build anticipation. Unfortunately, it stayed slow until somewhere around the 75% mark. Every few pages the writing would become stilted and was peppered with awkward phrasing. I spent most of the book incredibly confused and waiting for something to happen. When things finally [...]


    7. I would like to thank the author for sharing his short story "Anywhere But Here" in exchange for an honest review.The first half of the book was a little slow paced. I wasn't able to connect much with the hallucinations of Taren Evans. But, when there is a murder in his neighborhood I get interested. Finally, I am getting the thrill I expect.The hallucinations get real over the second half, and I am able to feel the blood racing. I am excited and expecting more, when suddenly the book comes to a [...]


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