The Bird Room



The Bird Room It s okay, there s nothing there, Eli reassured himself He walked over to the room and grabbed the door handle, his hair standing on edge and sweat flowing from every pore in his body One Deep breath Two Deeper breath Three Eli threw open the door and stood shocked Behind the door Eli saw two men One was in a bathtub with red ice surrounding his blue body Beside him a man was sitting on a stool next to a table The table had many brownish red lumps piled in a bloody heap, and on top of the pile was the distinct shape of a human tongue The man sitting next to the bathtub turned and looked at Eli, his eyes were sunken and he had patches of missing hair where it had been pulled out His lips parted in a crazy smile revealing a large number of broken teeth, and he pointed the scalpel he held in his blood covered hand at Eli It s too late for him too, said the man in a high pitched voice, drooling in anticipation, like a dog with a bone Eli stood frozen, his brain issued a hundred different commands that his body would not obey The man let out bone chilling cackle and, with lightning quickness, sunk the blade of the scalpel into Eli s left thigh The pain hit Eli like a train and he was instantly brought back to reality He looked over at the parrot, who was now calm and quiet Its mysterious gray eyes connected with Eli s, and he felt as if the bird was staring into his soul Eli turned and ran through the open door as fast as his pain infused leg would let him he got into his room and threw the door closed behind him Excerpt, The Bird RoomThe Bird Room is a collection of seventeen tales of horror, the paranormal, and the unknown This anthology will chill the soul and leave the reader wondering what if New Read [ The Bird Room ] By [ Chad Hofmann ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 170 pages
  • The Bird Room
  • Chad Hofmann
  • English
  • 16 July 2017
  • 1499379587

10 thoughts on “The Bird Room

  1. Xian Xian says:

    Here is an ARC of a story collection by Chad Hofmann The book cover is pretty cool, it looks like one of the old vintage science fiction novels, but it doesn t look worn like one though So anyway, I read this, expecting a light read, but there s this weird thing I have about short story collections I read mostly novels and short stories are usually fast However, my brain is used to reading long works, so when a short story is too long, my brain starts to grow tired because it was expecting s Here is an ARC of a story collection by Chad Hofmann The book cover is pretty cool, it looks like one of the old vintage science fiction novels, but it doesn t look worn like one though So anyway, I read this, expecting a light read, but there s this weird thing I have about short story collections I read mostly novels and short stories are usually fast However, my brain is used to reading long works, so when a short story is too long, my brain starts to grow tired because it was expecting something super quick I m not saying that the stories were long winded or something, only two were The story collection is pretty good, a thrilling ride Especially the first few stories, they creep you out and the suspense makes the heart race Then there are some stories that might ve been social commentary, ...

  2. Yolanda R. says:

    Wow I am speechless This book was AWESOME Every story had the right amount of detail, suspense and twist The writers style of writing was impeccable I found this book very hard to put down I seriously could not put my galaxy S5 down, not even for a second I found myself a little creeped out at night while walking the empty halls in my home just because of the short stories within this book I tried to...

  3. Jean-luc says:

    Full disclosure I was chosen a First Reads winner, and received a paperback copy of The Bird Room That in no way influenced the review that follows.I really enjoyed all the diverse stories except one The q...

  4. Melissa Fleischer says:

    This is a great set of short stories from a new up and coming author Each story leaves you pondering It evokes a variety of emotions from love to hate and fear to excitement You might even catch yourself looking over your shoulder.

  5. Brenda says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway.This a collection of short stories, some of which I enjoyedthan others A very quick read.

  6. Cindy Scheffler says:

    A wonderful collection of short stories.

  7. Nik says:

    First, I d note that it is important to read the introduction to The Bird Room The tendency is to skim through or skip entirely the introduction of a work, but I highly recommend reading through the introduction as a whole This is going to serve your reading enjoyment well There are some excellent ideas coming to life in this book, and half the time, I found myself reading on and on just to figure out where Chad Hofmann was going with the story I bet Hofmann could write a book of story ide First, I d note that it is important to read the introduction to The Bird Room The tendency is to skim through or skip entirely the introduction of a work, but I highly recommend reading through the introduction as a whole This is going to serve your reading enjoyment well There are some excellent ideas coming to life in this book, and half the time, I found myself reading on and on just to figure out where Chad Hofmann was going with the story I bet Hofmann could write a book of story ideas he has, and I would read that that is how off the wall and surprising in a good way some of the ideas in these short stories tend to be Yes, this is...

  8. Drew Doallas-baxter says:

    Chad Hoffman s The Bird Room is a collection of short stories that have left me feeling somewhat conflicted, so I ll start with the most glaring obscenity I can find and work my way back from there Perhaps I m sensitive, but I find the story Flight 187 to be a a touchy subject, and b tasteless Part of the appeal of horror is playing out situations that haven t occurred in real life it is the fantastical element that is both mysterious and terrifying, and I think the use of a hijacking Chad Hoffman s The Bird Room is a collection of short stories that have left me feeling somewhat conflicted, so I ll start with the most glaring obscenity I can find and work my way back from there Perhaps I m sensitive, but I find the story Flight 187 to be a a touchy subject, and b tasteless Part of the appeal of horror is playing out situations that haven t occurred in real life it is the fantastical eleme...

  9. Frankblissett says:

    The Bird Room is better than much of what s out there in self published books, but still needed some work Hofmann is obviously quite talented, though, and is certainly someone to keep an eye on.I ve seen some very poor works put forward as e books, and it was very refreshing to not get tripped up every line over some grade school error The grammar, punctuation, spelling etc were very good I m assuming this was self edited If so, then Hofmann shows a very good eye for the bones of the langu The Bird Room is better than much of what s out there in self published books, but still needed some work Hofmann is obviously quite talented, though, and is certainly someone to keep an eye on.I ve seen some very poor works put forward as e books, and it was very refreshing to not get tripped up every line over some grade school error The grammar, punctuation, spelling etc were very good I m assuming this was self edited If so, then Hofmann shows a very good eye for the bones of the language.The next level, though, is where I had most of my problems that which would fall under the purview of a line editor To my ears, I felt the prose too often dipped into the dark and stormy night style of writing, and many of the passages felt padded For instance, lines ...

  10. Britnee Finney says:

    Upon reading The Bird Room which is comprised of several short stories that touch on various topics of murder, magic, mayhem and , I noticed that every story included in the book individually possessed its own particular fear factor Sprinkled with a sort of old school flair, I feel that the book and stories as a collective were reminisc...

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