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Haunting Sins by Zoe E. Whitten

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Rated 6.8 out of 10 Statistics


Chapters: 9

Genre: Horror / Supernatural

Audience: Adult

Updated: Completed

Content Advisory

Frequent Sexual Content

Occasional Coarse Language

Occasional Violence


Overall Rating: 6.81

Average Rating: 1 (Guests), 7 (Members)

Ranking: #288

Rating Count: 2 (0 Guests, 2 members)

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"working in IT has never been more dangerous"

University graduate David suffers from the bane of the educated: he is overqualified for every available job on the market. Penniless, desperate, and with mounting bills he can’t afford, David accepts a job as webmaster for a company working in the [ahem] adult industry. But working in IT brings a lot more hardships than anyone would’ve expected, and some of them aren’t even alive….

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"creepy is where it's at"

Rating: 7/10

First: a warning. This story is most definitely not safe for work. There is violence and mature (sexual) themes, and not in the nice way. This is meant to disturb.

My review: Haunting Sins is the type of horror tale that sneaks up on you. It starts off mild, like a pinprick of fear. I can handle this, you think. Then it gets a little worse. Still doing fine, still reading. Then…Read More

"One creepy little story"

Rating: 7/10

Okay, I reviewed this on my blog back in December but didn’t get round to reviewing it here until now.

Before I start this review I feel a warning is in order. “Haunting Sins” by Zoe Whitten contains mature material including references to sexual activity and pornography, which while central to the plot and not done for titillation (quite the opposite in fact) may be too…Read More


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

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