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Souls the Reaper Missed and Random Songs Burning

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Death comes unto us all...whether you are a fifteen year old girl losing her virginity, a psychologist enjoying his Christmas eve, or a builder surviving the humdrum of married life. Death has a schedule too, but what if he breaks it? What does he make of all humanity and the way it treats itself? Death, becomes an anthropologist, describing the lives of a selection of ...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published March 29th 2014 by Createspace
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Joe Currie
Aug 31, 2014 Joe Currie rated it it was amazing
From apocalyptic sci-fi worlds to horrifying torture basements, Souls the Reaper missed takes its readers on a journey through many beautifully dark landscapes. A collection of short stories all narrated by everyone’s favourite inescapable force, Death, the tales flow together meaning that even in the gaps between; a usual stopping point, readers still won’t want to do much more than grab that next coffee in order to keep on reading throughout the night. Author Adam Ward demonstrates sublime ...more
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