skeleton in the closet review by konhollow

VIEWS: 5 PAGES: 2

									Skeleton in the Closet review




            List Price: $0
            Deal Price :
           You Save : ( %)




           Or Click Here




            Detail :
         ASIN: B008458H6W

           Kindle Edition

              eBooks
                       Product Description-Skeleton in the Closet
 Charles Dietrich had everything anyone could have ever wanted, but he is not anyone. He was different. He is his own prison
and that is precisely what everyone made it seem. Even being the only son of a rich family did not help things one bit.They say
 that two beings have been created -- one was called man and the other, a woman, and the two shall be united. But that is not
what everyone wants – and Charles Dietrich had known for a long time that that is not how he wants things.When does a man
                          start to think that living would be his last resort and dying would be his first?



                                                   Related Product:
                                                           - Tailor Made

                                                              - Jumbo

                                                            - We Danced

                                                         - One Small Thing

                                            - The Boy in the Alley (A Gay Erotic Story)




                                 http://astore.amazon.com/konhollow-20/detail/B008458H6W

                                 http://store.xiiiv.com/?t=skeleton-the-closet&i=B008458H6W



Customer Reviews:
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful

please don't, May 19, 2012 By Furio (Genova - Italy)
This review is from: Skeleton in the Closet (Kindle Edition) There was an idea in this short story. It was not necessarily original
but it could work: telling the last day of a young gay man deciding to commit suicide to escape a painful outing.Said idea was a
bit at odds with his having loving friends and a loving partner but let us just accept that.To make fiction of such a teary story one
would have needed far greater subtlety, though.One would also have needed better grammar, especially in the handling of
tenses: past perfect is sorely needed when writing and cannot be replaced with a simple past but there where several other
problems and a shaky syntax to top it all.A better editing and a different cover (this one makes one think about an erotic tale)
would have helped as well.

								
To top