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Thursday, February 21, 2013

An Apartment By The Road - book review

I recieved a pdf copy of An Apartment by the Road to review.  An Apartment by the Road is a collection of short horror stories, written by Eugene W. Cusie.

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Cusie has began something that should not be stopped.  While the stories have some spelling and grammatical errors, I won't count that against him, considering it's still in it's early phases.  The stories themselves are a bit on the short side, however, they are unique, and for horror fans, allows your imagination to fill in the details. Cusie has the beginnings of a great book.

Shower For Two is a story about a man who checks into a hotel after finding out his wife was cheating, and finds the wedding set of a girl who was murdered in his hotel room.
This one was creative, but I think could do with more detail.

From Shotgun Bargain:
I picked up the metal desk on the side of the road. It was a cast away and just like most things I talked to it. I told it to come with me before picking it up. I welcomed it to its new home. Now I was dealing with the consequences of my naive actions.

This story was a bit better, very unique, but again, a bit light on detail, and in need of grammatical fixes.

All in all, An Apartment by the Road has a great start, and hopefully, the author will keep working at it to get it perfect.  Definitely a suggested read for horror or sci-fi fans!

You can read An Apartment By the Road on Amazon.

Cusie has also authored these books, which you can find on Amazon and Goodreads:
Apartment 23A (I just got this book on Amazon!)
Finding the Flower Girl
The Bomb and the Cage

*Disclaimer:  I recieved a complimentary pdf copy of this book to facilitate my review.  No other compensation was provided. No agreement was made to provide a positive review.  All opinions are my own.*


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