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Where the Dead Go
E.J. Harrigan
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Where the Dead Go

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In a world where religion seems to grow increasingly irrelevant, Where The Dead Go wrestles with the timeless question, what happens after death and offers an alternative solution.

Dave McMurty is an everyman who finds himself the victim of a mindless murder. Little does he know he is not the only victim. He awakens in the hereafter to find himself at the center of a timele
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Published (first published August 4th 2011)
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The Reading List (Megan)
Dec 09, 2011 rated it really liked it
What happens to us when we die?

Where the Dead Go by E.J. Harrigan is an interesting take on this age old question.

[This review contains some spoilers. Read at your own risk!]

The only way I can describe this book is if Quentin Tarantino decided to write and direct an episode of the Twilight Zone. This is noir as noir can get. It's dark, gritty, disturbing and violent, with some unconventional themes of incest and sexual references. There are some moments that make you realize getting up to go to
Sandy Wolters
Oct 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
Book: Where The Dead Go
Author: E.J. Harrigan
Genre: Horror
Length: Approximately 255 Pages


I was intrigued when I read the prologue for WHERE THE DEAD GO by E.J. HARRIGAN. I had no idea what to expect when I picked this book up. The first chapter was a little confusing to me because the author introduced so many characters in it, but by the end of Chapter one, I was in the author's writing flow and had difficulty putting the book down. When I did have to put it down, I found myself looking forw
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