The Frames Array
GenreHorror / Suspense
Age Rating:R15
Submitted:Saturday, 2 January 2010
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(12 ratings)
Read by:443 different readers
 

Her mother dreary and distant, her father working and diverged, Evelyn Jennette has learned to cope with life the way any girl of fourteen might: escaping to the back of her mind, clinging to her long-gone days of childhood among the leaves and trees of the forest behind her house. All goes as well as expected before her mother's obsessive ex of high school pays them a visit; after that, a series of blinding flashes plague Evelyn wherever she steps, and the tension only worsens when she finds a digital camera in the woods she so loved, the pictures hidden under a password she can't seem to figure out. When time slowly passes, Evelyn begins to believe her imagination has turned into brash insanity, and, as she hastily tries to solve the mystery, she wonders if there is truly anything there to solve.

This is a complete short story, I have put all the chapters up.

 

List of chapters

Ch. 1 Before
Ch. 2 Nolan Atkins
Ch. 3 It Starts
Ch. 4 The Camera of Array Woods
Ch. 5 When She Was Young
Ch. 6 His Second Appearance
Ch. 7 When They Were Young
Ch. 8 Come Down Come Out
Ch. 9 Miss Lynn
Ch. 10 On the Brink
Ch. 11 The Sound of Drowning
Ch. 12 The Last of Times
Ch. 13 In the World of Arizona
Ch. 14 Is It Isn't It
Ch. 15 Ending With The Desk

Comments

 
Steven Cash Monday, 26 March 2012
God, you sound like Shakespear! But I like it. I've only gotten this far, but will read and review more.
I will be posting by 4/1/12, please read mine. I would appreciate it SOO much.
You are one of my favorite authors on this site.
PEACE
 
M. Burkett Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Really enjoyed it. Very descriptive and great writing. Thanks for sharing.
 
Allie Smith Tuesday, 9 February 2010
Wow. Really. Oh my god.
You are reallly, really using the description. Wow. I would be soo hapy if I had that gift (pretend I underlined "I").
Really. Amazing.
εxpırεd Saturday, 6 February 2010
I like the description, but you overdid it just a tad. I honestly think that this book has potential. And how you used large words. I'm interested.
Just don't trash Lizzi anymore. She's not the kind of person that would trash you just because, nor am I. So don't. Thanks.
 
BirdsCanFly Tuesday, 2 February 2010
the skillfulness of your writing is beautiful, well put. Eye drawing. Drew me in from the start, i was checking to see good books and yours caught my eye.
-San (Loving it already& will read on!)(:

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