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Dead? Three Short Stories by Joshua Scribner

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Three stories that speculate on the other side.
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Published April 25th 2011 by Joshua Scribner, via Smashwords
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Cathy
Sep 06, 2011 Cathy rated it liked it
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Free Kindle edition.
Three short stories about death:
1. Jerry's Garden: You SHOULD NOT eat your vegetables - if Jerry grew them.
2. The Agnostic's Guide: What might happen if you had a choice about where to go when you die.
3. The Gate: Who is the gatekeeper of death and why is the nursing home attendant able to see him?
Beatriz Chavarri
Sep 02, 2011 Beatriz Chavarri rated it really liked it
Three interest short stories about the misteries of life and death, the fears about pass away or to be witness of someones death or be the only one who can feel the presence of the messengers of the Death itself. My favorite story was "The agnostic's guide", 4/5 as "The gate". "Jerry's garden" is good too, but not so impressive as the others (3/5).

Tracy Mcallister
Nov 05, 2012 Tracy Mcallister rated it it was amazing
I could read his short stories every day. Does that make me crazy? I don't know...but they are so addictive.
Lisa Rayns
Feb 09, 2012 Lisa Rayns rated it it was amazing
Three intestesting short stories. Interesting, a little twisted, and it's free. If you're looking for a short read, this is good.
David
Dec 11, 2012 David rated it liked it
Pretty short read, enjoyable throughout, with death as the linking idea. Kindle edition was a freebie from Amazon. Can't complain!
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Very short reads.
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Joshua Scribner is the author of the novels Mantis Nights, The Coma Lights and Nescata. His fiction won both second and fifth place in the 2008 Whispering Spirits Flash Fiction contest. Up to date information on his work can be found at joshuascribner.com. Joshua currently lives in Michigan with his wife and two daughters.
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