Review: The Night Cache

The Night Cache
by Andy Duncan

(3 stars out of five)

The Night Cache by Andy Duncan is a diminutive 42-page ghost story that is told from the perspective of a young lesbian woman named Jenny. Jenny is a cashier at “Yarns Ignoble” (Oh come on Andy!) who is looking for love. She meets Destiny Creech, a young geocacher, and the two become a couple.

One does not need to be a prophet to anticipate what will happen to Destiny. I guess that was Destiny’s destiny. After Destiny’s quietus, Jenny is led on a series of geocaches and codes. Is Destiny speaking from the grave?

Nice cerebral ghost story with a cool ending.

I give it 3 stars out of 5.

I received this complimentary ebook from PS Publishing for review purposes.

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Author: Barry Huddleston

Book and product reviews with a steampunk twist

2 thoughts on “Review: The Night Cache”

  1. I agree with the contents, only my personal rating would be 4 out of 5, since iI thoroughly enjoyed the refreshing prose of this story, and drew considerable shivers from the open ending.

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