Their long-awaited weekend trip to London has gone completely wrong. Jack and his girlfriend Sam just want one thing: to get out of the nasty weather and back to their hotel as quickly as possible. Little do they know that by entering the nearest tube station they are also entering a nightmare. The more they find out about the mysterious Aldwych station, the more they come to realise that for them there will be no escape.
"Aldwych Station" is an approx. 9100 word short story.
Five star "*****" review by A. Lucas, UK TOP 500 REVIEWER, VINE™ VOICE:
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"A great little scary read. Really had me on edge!! It was so well written, I almost felt I was right there in the underground with them! Give it a go - you won't be disappointed...... just don't read it on your own at night on a tube!!"
About the author:
Tim Svart came into the world on an extraordinarily hot day in September 1976. After finishing school, he studied International Management in Germany and the Netherlands. Today he works in the derivatives sector of an international bank and as a consultant for various economic issues.
In his spare time, he writes stories that have found fans in countries such as Germany, England, France, Italy, Spain and the USA. His favourite authors are predominantly from the horror and thriller genres.
In addition to short stories, Tim was already writing theatre scripts, including a play about vampires (long before the fashion for creatures of the night experienced a renaissance) in which he acted as both director and performer.
Tim describes himself as a globe-trotter. His travels have taken him through Europe, to Asia, Africa and North America. His travelogues and photographs have been published in several magazines and have also won international prizes.
He loves the ocean as well as the extremes of the Swedish seasons, which always inspire him to write new stories.
Tim can be found at Twitter at @timsvart.