Short Story Sunday: The Wind, by Ray Bradbury
This is one of my favorites by Ray Bradbury. Although it’s not written in the first person, we wonder if the main character’s friend may be an unreliable narrator—until things take a stunningly original, bone-chilling turn. What’s interesting is that the story is mostly rendered in dialogue, which parallels the nature of the very antagonist itself; the tension also ratchets non-stop. If you like refreshingly different, this one’s for you. You can find it in his fine collection October Country here: https://amzn.com/034532448X
Posted on November 19, 2017, in Horror Stories, Short Stories and tagged horror short stories, man vs nature, October Country, Ray Bradbury stories, stories with the unreliable narrator. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.