Jul 052012
 
Tea With Death by Joel M. Andre
Published by: Darkcountry Publications
Publication Date: March 7, 2012
ASIN: B007IIHXUW
Pages: 15
Review Copy from:  Author/Partners In Crime Tours
Edition:  Kindle
My Rating: 4

Synopsis:
In this dark, philosophical tale of horror, a man has the opportunity to sit down with Death. What he discovers is that the dying process is a little more complex than he imagined and that making a deal with the Grim Reaper comes with a price.

My Thoughts and Opinion: This was my first introduction to Joel Andre’s books and I was quite impressed. It is a very quick read, being only a 15 page story, however within those pages, was an intricate concise plot filled with a macabre topic, overwhelming suspense and even a bit of dry humor. What astonished me was that the author was able to deliver all of the above in those 15 pages. The writing flowed and was gripping. The subject eerie. Recommend for those times when you just want a quick, but exciting read. This story, in my opinion, would be the perfect book to read, when you find yourself in a reading slump. It will definitely rectify the problem.

(2012 Challenges: EBook, BFF, JFF, FR, A-Z, 53 in 52, Outdo Yourself, 100+)
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  1. […] In this dark, philosophical tale of horror, a man has the opportunity to sit down with Death. What he discovers is that the dying process is a little more complex than he imagined and that making a deal with the Grim Reaper comes with a price. Read my review here. […]

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