The Visitor

The Visitor

On Christmas, during one of the worst snowstorms Indiana has ever seen, five strangers are forced to take shelter inside of a roadside diner. As the night progresses, the snowfall shows no signs of relenting, ice begins to build up on the roads, and the temperature seems to be dropping by the hour. But the worst has nothing to do with the weather, and everything to do with the sixth visitor coming to the diner.

The jolliest time of the year quickly turns bloody as the diners find themselves fighting for their lives. This Christmas won’t just be white. It’ll be red, too.

Title:The Visitor
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    The Visitor Reviews

  • Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)

    3.0 StarsThis is a short (but not sickly sweet) Christmas horror novella. Personally, I adore horror stories set during the holiday season because they serve to contrast to the inherent goodness of th...

  • Sadie Hartmann

    Hurry up and pre-order, this drops on the 15th. Perfect lazy, by-the-fire, Christmas Eve Horror! Full review soon ...

  • Josh

    While I’m not here to trash the author’s name, I AM here to call out those people mentioned in the acknowledgments who did this author dirty by encouraging him to publish this book in its current ...

  • Jordan Anderson

    Oh boy. Here it comes. The inevitable negative review that seems to be completely opposite of the majority of the readers. I guess I’ll start with what’s at least decent with The Visitor. First, i...

  • Molly

    The VisitorIt’s Christmas, a blizzard is raging, and by a series of unfortunate coincidences, five patrons (and one dog) find themselves holed up in Sal’s diner off the highway. When the power goe...

  • Julian Novaro

    I'll put as much effort in my review as I feel Gomez put on this book.This book feels unfinished becauseEDIT, putting some more effortDear Sergio (From a Latin American reader with love):English is ha...

  • Shane Hawk

    Editor?Seeing as though Sergio has written two novels and a collection, I wouldn’t consider him brand new to the game. This novella, however, feels like a first draft. He should have hired an editor...

  • Curtis

    This reminded me why I generally avoid self-published books. It really could have benefited from an editor. ...

  • Amelia

    this would have been three stars if not for the sloppy construction, typos, and a couple of sentences that just stopped halfway through. a fun little romp, but in serious need of an editor...

  • Kris

    This book needed some serious edits before it went to the press. Incomplete sentences, bad grammar, and just plain weird word choices are littered throughout the entire thing. It's an easy read and I ...