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The End of the Party by Graham Greene
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Jan 13, 12

bookshelves: 2012, adult-classics, adult-short-stories
Read in January, 2012

This story had a creepy Sixth Sense feel to it. Mr. Greene has a way of building an impeding sense of doom in his tale which caused my heart to flutter in anticipation of what would happen to the twins. I've always been a firm believer in the fact that fear is only a state of mind, however sometimes that fear can manifest itself so deeply into the core of our being that it consumes us. This short story (and short it truly is) uses only a few words, but the words the author chooses not only had a profound effect on me, the reader, but I also connected with the character so easily that his fear seemed so real and palpable, that I too felt it.

It's stories such as this one that I have to thank goodreads for becaus had I not seen a friend's review over it, I may have never found it!
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