You may want to keep the lights on as you delve into the world of Nasser Rabadi’s strange imagination. His horrific tales will not only chill you to your core but also show you something surprising about human nature in the face of the eerie and unexplained.
Rabadi’s new collection contains eighty-one separate stories and poems. His thrilling tales include everything from psychological twists to slasher horror.
In Rabadi’s first story, a young woman copes with her best friend’s shocking disappearance and the sense that something is very wrong with the world. In the next, parents try to make sense of the death of their daughter and puzzle over a mysterious videotape. Other stories involve a boy stumbling upon an apocalyptic scenario, a mother haunted by her dreams, and a man receiving taunting phone calls. Each story pokes at the illusion of normality in modern life. These tales promise that there is always something sinister lurking below the surface.
In addition to these short, sharp stories, Rabadi also includes a number of poems on everything from true love to existential crises. His collection has something for everyone and is guaranteed to keep you up at night!
About the Author
Nasser Rabadi loves classic horror films, comic books, and the Beatles. He draws from these and more for his new collection of short stories, Strange Tales and Poems from the Witches’ Cauldron. From old radio plays to the works of Rod Sterling and Robert Kirkman, Rabadi incorporates several different influences into this unique collection.
When Rabadi isn’t writing, he’s reading, listening to music, watching his favorite slasher films, and enjoying the single life.