Free Read [Classics Book] Ú Keith - by Andrew Lennon Ú

By Andrew Lennon | Comments: ( 554 ) | Date: ( Sep 18, 2019 )

Receive this title and FLIES for FREE by going to andrewlennon and subscribing to the newsletter Sick and tired of day to day life John turns to his thoughts and imagination for a means of escape.One day he meets Keith He is taught that life doesn t have to be boring It can be fun You can go places, do things, meet people For the first time in his life, Receive this title and FLIES for FREE by going to andrewlennon and subscribing to the newsletter Sick and tired of day to day life John turns to his thoughts and imagination for a means of escape.One day he meets Keith He is taught that life doesn t have to be boring It can be fun You can go places, do things, meet people For the first time in his life, John begins to enjoy himself However, he soon learns that Keith is not as he appears He has a dark side He is out of control and he is taking John down with him.


  • Title: Keith
  • Author: Andrew Lennon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Andrew Lennon

Andrew Lennon is the bestselling author of Every Twisted Thought and several other horror thriller books He has featured in various bestselling anthologies, and is successfully becoming a recognised name in horror and thriller writing Andrew is a happily married man living in the North West of England with his wife Hazel their children.Having always been a big horror fan, Andrew spent a lot of his time watching scary movies or playing scary games, but it wasn t until his mid twenties that he developed a taste for reading His wife, also being a big horror fan, had a very large Stephen King collection which Andrew began to consume Once hooked into reading horror, he started to discover new authors like Thomas Ligotti Ryan C Thomas It was while reading work from these authors that he decided to try writing something himself and there came the idea for A Life to Waste He enjoys spending his time with his family and watching or reading new horror.For information please go to andrewlennon



Comments Keith

  • Char

    John is a data entry clerk and hates his job. So begins this short novella, (or long short story?) from Andrew Lennon.I can't say too much without spoilers, but I can say that I guessed the outcome of this story pretty much right from the get-go. (I HATE when that happens.) I consider myself a seasoned horror fan, so perhaps that's why I so easily saw where the story was going. Someone new to horror would probably have been much more surprised.There were a few instances where I felt that the sto [...]


  • Nev Murray

    A copy of Keith was sent to Confessions of a Reviewer by the author Andrew Lennon in exchange for an honest review. This is said review. This book is published by Createspace.This is the first book I have read of Andrew Lennon. This is a short story. I generally find them a good way of introducing yourself to someone new. It gives you an idea of the writing style without having to spend too much time on first time reading.John is like any normal guy. He works, he lives a normal life by himself i [...]


  • christina cooper

    Shocking This was complete awesomesauce psychological horror at its best! I debated with myself throughout the entire story about the plot but then I was busy getting blown away by the ending! Way to go Andrew! Keith was well worth the wait & great reference to A Life to Waste too ;)


  • Matt Hickman

    John was a normal guy, working nine till five as a data entry clerk. Harassed by his boss, Oliver. John is a man like most people, with an inner dialogue. Thoughts of ripping his bosses head from his shoulders often leak into his thoughts, but these thoughts always remain silent.He didn't have a social life, no friends, he spends most nights sat at his computer either checking through everyone else's fantastic lives on Facebook, or watching online porn. One night he gets an unexpected knock at t [...]


  • Andrew Lennon

    ***THIS IS NOT A REVIEW***You can now receive this story and FLIES for FREE by going to: andrewlennonand subscribing to the newsletter.


  • Mandy

    I've read a few things by newcomer Andrew Lennon and I must say that I admire his writing style. It's clear, precise, and without unneeded fillers. He doesn't bog down his flow with paragraphs long descriptions on leaves turning or strip us of our imaginations by describing every detail in a busy room. Basically, I love this guys style! I've never had any trouble getting into one of his books or had my mind wander over to my neglected laundry baskets, wondering whether I have enough fabric softe [...]


  • Shadow Girl

    I am Jack’s prefrontal cortex.I am Jack’s psychosis.We all have ‘those‘ days.You know what I mean… those terrible days when you’ve fallen into a vortex of suck, and every. single. person. you encounter makes you want to stab them in the neck with a fork.Daydreams of murder & mayhem consume us; we mentally debate various body disposal methods, and map out dump sites with a smile on our face while being talked down to by various people with superiority complexes.Wait, what? You don [...]


  • Cathy

    KEITH is the latest offering from Andrew Lennon and is a real treat for his readers. Like many of his stories, we start off with an average individual in a seemingly normal situation who we can mostly identify with. Our protagonist in KEITH, John, is no different and I found myself relating to his struggles until his life takes a spin in the form of his new best friend.While this was a short read, I think the premise would work really well as a full length novel as (without giving anything of th [...]


  • Linda Ste

    I received this book as a first read prize and was thrilled to have had the opportunity to be one of the first to read this truly horrifying (in a good way) book. It filled my heart with terror but was absolutely an amazingly read. I'm a little scared to go to sleep tonight in case I have nightmares, and definitely don't want to dwell on it but am glad I've read this unique novel. Congratulations Andrew Lennon on a fantastic story.


  • The Grim Reader (Beavisthebookhead.com)

    Good read.This was my first read of Andrew Lennon. It's not a bad effort at all. John, is tired of his life and his job. When he meets Keith, things begin to go well and a bond is formed. Soon, things start to go belly up and John's life spins out of control. A quick read, kind of light Fight Club. Pretty good. 3.5 stars.


  • Sparta

    Enjoyed this short story another good read with a very sinister theme.Only reason for the four stars is that I knew early on where it may be going so lost the thrill a little.I loved the references to a previous short story and as ever I was hooked enough to want a longer story. Looking forward the next Lennon journey!


  • Tamara

    The story's jarring beginning is, indeed, just the beginning. I enjoyed this psychological thriller and am a fan of Lennon's writing style (It makes me smile - deep inside.). KEITH had my mind racing the entire read.


  • Leigh Thomas

    Another great read from Andrew Lennon.I can't wait for his next release!


  • Lisa Sandberg

    I thought this was a pretty good short story. I'll give it 3.75 stars rounded up to 4. John hates his life, work, his boss, people. Then he meets Keith and finally has a friend and starts having fun. Little does he know that Keith has a dark side and starts making him do things, things that only John would think of but not actually do or would he?Enjoyed reading this, as I have with most of Andrew's work. He has some talent. Keep writing and enjoying your dream, Andrew, you will go far. You can [...]


  • Matthew

    Even though my suspicions before even starting this were confirmed this was an enjoyable read. it has the potential to be bulked out into a novel if the author so wished,like a demented horror version of The Cable Guy.


  • Keith

    Very good story.Enjoyed it immensely, good flow and subject matter regarding the main character and their "friend".


  • Jo Quinn

    Cracking short story well worth a read.


  • Keith Chawgo

    Good readLennon's writing style is a unique voice in horror where the common man often ends up in a nightmare stemmed from self pity and lack of judgement easing the reader through the course of the protagonist journey. It is a very quick read and as you finally get into the story, it unfortunately ends. It's very well constructed but you can't help that a further hundred pages could have given you a sated read. Saying this, it is a very good tale and do highly recommend. If it wasn't enjoyable, [...]


  • Alex Shelby

    It's not that this story was poorly written, but I can't be the only one who (view spoiler)[ automatically thought of Fight Club (hide spoiler)] when the twist was revealed. If I wasn't aware of said spoiler, I would have been blown away, but all I could think of was that this story seemed like a rip off and you could see the ending coming a mile away.


  • Debbie Lyon

    John is a solitary man who is thrilled to finally make a friend in Keith. Andrew weaves a macabre tale about the friendship that ensues. The writing flows easily, the characters are believable and the ending is one you can't guess. Was a fast, easy read. Good way to pass some time. Just wish it had been longer.


  • JasonMorton

    We all have a little bit of Keith in usI new before I picked up the book that it would be good and it was. I had lots of fun reading it, it was gross, sad, and I guess you could say enlightening. If you haven't read this yet you are missing out. I recommend to all fans of modern horror!!!!


  • Keith Norman

    John,a daydreamer stuck in a shit job and not enjoying life,then he meets Keith and a friendship blossoms. But are Keith's intentions all good??? Great story,but needed to be longer. Loved it though.


  • Gino

    I really enjoyed this short story! I think it was written well and had interesting characters. I truly enjoyed the "ride" of the story to the very dramatic end. I really like suspense/thrillers and this was a great read. I interested to see what his other stories are like.


  • Barbara

    GoodYou wrote another good story. I figured it out almost at the end. Good ending.Didn't see it coming. Keep up the good writing.


  • Christa

    Once again great read! Author fast becoming a favorite. Looking forward to reading more of your work!


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