Rob Shepherd's Reviews > Disintegration: Nine short stories
Disintegration: Nine short stories
Rob Shepherd's review
Nov 19, 2016
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Very occasionally you find an author and who's work is so akin and a tune to yourself and your own that you wonder a lot. Such is the case with Simon Williams. Disintegration is a collection of nine very different yet interconnected stories in subtle ways. Such is the connection made here that I felt such familiarity with the characters, that I know them well, they drew me in and took me for a dark, sinister walk through the deep and twisted mind of Simon Williams' imagination, one that I feel is closest to my own of almost any other author I have read to date. This was as much a personal journey and reading as merely being enthralled and hooked by brilliantly constructed stories and exquisite writing, but these are the very same reasons alone that will have you hooked from page one to the very last. You may take me for my word or you might not, whichever you do, be sure to read this book, expect the unexpected and know that one expectation that will be filled is that Simon will surpass it and any others.
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Finished Reading (Kindle Edition)
November 19, 2016 – Shelved (Kindle Edition)
November 19, 2016 – Shelved
February 24, 2018 – Shelved as: horror
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