Login to edit. | History

100 Candles by Sara Sakana

Listing Thumbnail

Rate Listing

Rated 7.55 out of 10 Statistics

Information

Genre: Horror / Romance

Audience: 18+

Updated: Almost Never

Content Advisory

Occasional Sexual Content

Frequent Coarse Language

Occasional Violence

Statistics

Overall Rating: 7.551

Average Rating: 10 (Guests), 7.7 (Members)

Ranking: #35

Rating Count: 8 (3 Guests, 5 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

Synopsis

"I deal with a lot of seriously freaky stuff. Like “I see dead people” freaky."

Jeff is a perfectly normal young man with a perfectly normal life. Then he finds a cursed fortune-telling doll washed up on the beach, meets author and paranormal investigator Kenny Tachibana in the process of trying to get rid of it, and pretty much kisses that normal life goodbye after that. At least he gets an awesome new boyfriend out of the deal.

Tags Add/Remove Tags

Gay, Ghost, Haunted House, Horror, Possession

Reviews Login to review. | More Reviews

"ghost-busting is back, and it's hot!"

Rating: 8 / 10

100 Candles follows the adventures of Jeff and Kenny, the former a run-of-the-mill kind of guy, the latter a professional ghost-buster.  Of course, it’s not just about killing ghosts and demons: there are numerous subplots (particularly romantic ones) to keep you interested.

I am generally not a big fan of horror, but one glimpse at the first few paragraphs and I was hooked. I read all…Read More

"Sexy paranormal investigators and creepy things"

Rating: 8 / 10

I found this story in the listings, and just read a paragraph or two to see what it was all about.  I very quickly got drawn into the story.

The first story is The Fortune-Telling Doll.  Jeff, a casual surfer guy, finds a Japanese doll washed up on the beach.  He takes it home, hoping to make some money from it, but then it starts talking to him, making eerily accurate predictions. 

Read More

Recommendations

Thumbnail for 100 Candles

Haunting Sins

Both are spooky haunting horror tales with a large helping of ghosts and a dashing of humour.

Recommended by amharte - Report

Comments

comments powered by Disqus