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message 1: by Evans (last edited Mar 15, 2013 07:07AM) (new) - added it

Evans Light (evanslight) For the first time ever, my horror novella ARBOREATUM is free to the general public on Amazon. Grab your copy here: http://fuonlyknew.wordpress.com/2013/...

ARBOREATUM by Evans Light
Giveaway is from March 15-19.

Enjoy, and please share with your friends! At about 75 pages in length, it's my longest published work to date - and probably the last new thing you'll see from me until my full-length novel is released.

I'd love to hear what you think about this one.

-Evans


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Rosanna Leo (rosanna_leo) Evans wrote: "For the first time ever, my horror novella ARBOREATUM is free to the general public on Amazon. Grab your copy here: http://fuonlyknew.wordpress.com/2013/......"

What a wonderful title!


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Evans Light (evanslight) Thanks, Rosanna! Hope you enjoy it.


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Evans Light (evanslight) Three days left in the Amazon giveaway for ARBOREATUM. Link: http://www.amazon.com/ARBOREATUM-eboo...

I love this new review!

It's in the Trees! It's Coming!, March 16, 2013
By Pope Mel (Pennsylvania)

This review is from: ArborEATum (Kindle Edition)

"The year eighteen thirty-nine hadn't been a good one so far, and he hoped it wouldn't end up being the one carved on his headstone."

Led by a religious zealot, two families on the brink of starvation travel across endless plains, headed to some vague promised land in the West. Miraculously, they come upon a lush paradise, a veritable oasis in the midst of the dry and dusty prarie. In a green and shady grove, there are houses, still filled with the belongings of the previous tenants. Their crazed leader becomes convinced that God has "led them to the site of the original Garden of Eden."

He proclaims,
"We've checked the houses and they are vacant, every one. There's no death, no disease, no sign that anyone has lived here for a very long time; yet both dwellings are furnished and tidy, the pantry fully stocked with provisions and seed, the trees above us burdened with fruit - it's as though the Lord God himself came down from heaven and prepared this garden especially for our families' blessing."

But in this paradise, bodies don't stay buried and the trees are laden with strange fruit. This vision of Eden quickly becomes Hell on earth when it's time to reap a bitter harvest.

As this well-written story races to a horrific conclusion, it's virtually impossible to stop reading. This one will stay with me for a while, and I'll certainly think twice before heading to one of those "pick your own apples" farms next fall.


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Morgan Mitchell (morganjane) | 4 comments It's sent to my kindle, Thanks, I can't wait to read!


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Evans Light (evanslight) Morgan wrote: "It's sent to my kindle, Thanks, I can't wait to read!"

Thanks, Morgan! Hope you enjoy it.


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Jane Doe | 315 comments Got it. Thank you.


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Evans Light (evanslight) Jane wrote: "Got it. Thank you."

Hope you enjoy it, Jane! Thanks for reading.

-Evans


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