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This book suprised me, it was better than 'In all Probability' which was great and made this fantastic!

My favourite story was 'Ships that pass' which was a twisted romance and more akin to real life. The romance that developed, the guy being oblivious, and the car breaking down on their 'first date'. It is full of ironic and believable twists and turns which makes the story light hearted and fun. The ending surprised me, I did not link Leisa to the attack and I never would've thought a man woul
If he were still alive, Rod Sterling should be introducing the stories in Jumble Tales. I’ve been told never to compare one book, or story, to another. But in this case, I think it’s ok. The short stories in this book were all very well written, and I will honestly say that I enjoyed them much more than Mr. Morris’ first book “In All Probability.” And I will have to gladly compare them to “Twilight Zone” stories.

Each short story builds to a surprise ending. A few I thought I knew how they woul
Max Mad
Smoother, less "raw" than "In All Probability". No less bizarre subject matter, and I do wish it was longer. Some dark themes, plenty of black humour, Morris mixes contemporary news themes with sci-fi and even romance to twist a mix of endings to suit different moods.
Bryony Allen
Review to follow soon.
Steve Morris
May 14, 2011 Steve Morris rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Now released on Kindle.