Bobo is a very short horror story, I grabbed it when I saw it free on Amazon for Kindle as I like to read short stories in between novels to "cleanse the palette" or something like that. So I was all geared up to get really scared and freaked out over a short read.
Awakening to find herself the victim of a kidnapping, Sarah realizes just how alone she really is. The kidnapper believes her husband will pay handsomely for her safe return, but he doesn't know about their coming divorce. Help arrives from an unlikely source as Sarah comes face to face with old memories she's kept hidden even from herself.
Sarah is trapped and terrified, the book flits back to memories that she has from childhood whilst she is in this panic state, some of it is confusing however, I found the writing quite disjointed and did not get into a flow with it. I could see how the author was trying to use some clever technique but it did not quite come off as it should have.
Sarah gets help from a creepy and unexpected "friend" in her situation, I guess that in itself could have been really scary if written better but it just didn't have the creep factor for me.
For a free short read, it was okay but I am not raving about this one, I have read much better horror short stories recently. And it didn't scare me too much, not high on the terror factor in my opinion.
But I do hate clowns, especially a toy clown. So points for the cover being possibly the scariest bit about the book.