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  • By Mark Renshaw
    Oct 28, 2017
    I’m an author of two of the stories in this anthology. So please bear this in mind. However, I did purchase this book and I will contain my comments to the other stories. I didn’t know what to expect when reading this collection, but I was pleasantly surprised. It truly is an eclectic mix. Each story has its own unique style. At Once In Harmony And Discord by Matty Bannond – A guy gets a temp job as a repo-man and ends up with a rather unusual gig. Full of believable characters, charm and wit. The Singularity by Simon Corr – The obsession to create true artificial intelligence is explored in this creepy, dark vision of the near future. Fool’s Day by Catherine Haines – A harrowing, powerful tale about a couple struggling to come to terms with infertility. This story uses a flashback technique to great effect. Synthetics by Catherine Haines – An encounter with a rich man in a posh restaurant. This is a very short, unusual tale, but Catherine has such a way with words it leaves you quite... More > mesmerised. The Snooper by Shelia Kinsella – Shelia has created the ultimate snooper - a landlady who has detailed insights into all her tenants. She gets more than she bargains for when she sticks her nose too far into other’s affairs. Old Friends by Benen Ling – A couple of old friends who turned into life-long adversaries have their final showdown. Gripping and intense. Fear by Mark Renshaw – No comment. No Title by Mark Renshaw – No comment. Apart for both are awesome! Fool’s Gold by Richard Rook – Just another day in the office for a lawyer turns into a challenge as he takes on the worst possible client imaginable. This story is comedy gold. Sorrow’s Passenger by Kayleigh Russell – What would you do if the Grim Reaper offered you a chance to get revenge on those who had wronged you most in life? This is the setup Kayleigh offers, in an insightful exploration of life, death, revenge and redemption. Pink by Nicholas Takvorian – Ever felt the urge to just let go of everything and run off into the wild? Nicholas explores such impulses in a beautifully written tale which reflects the joy of being truly free and the consequences of such actions. The Evil Eye by Nicholas Takvorian – I’m about 99.9% sure this is an unofficial follow-up to Edgar Allen Poe’s story ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’. If it is, it’s inspired and gives an insight into why the young man in Poe’s story is driven by madness to kill the old men and then to suddenly confess his sins to the police.< Less
  • By Liza Leong
    Aug 17, 2017
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Product Details

August 16, 2017
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.69 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.83 wide x 8.26 tall
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