Final Moments

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
An old man waiting at the train station finds himself talking to a teenage boy to while away the time. While waiting for their train, the old man thinks about how many people he has killed, so many he cannot count. He wonders why he must kill these people, why he is the one to do it and why he cannot stop.

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About G.P. Burdon

G.P. Burdon predominantly writes dark thrillers, taking his inspiration from authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King, but has his own delightfully twisted style. Anything can happen in his stories and he revels in shocking his readers, as he aims to provide original tales that readers will love and will haunt them long after finishing the final page.

Burdon currently lives in Hobart, Australia, and has published his first novel (Kings & Pawns) in 2013, which is available through Amazon and Kindle. Burdon has also published book one of a fantasy trilogy entitled Reaper.

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Review by: Taron White on Aug. 28, 2013 :
Amazing twist at the end, well worth a read!
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Review by: Shain Knowles on Jan. 11, 2012 :
Nice little story.
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Review by: Ros Spence on Jan. 04, 2012 :
Another good read. I'm looking forward to a longer story with more character development. Enjoyed the slow burn and wanted more.
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Review by: Kerrie Anne Spicer on Dec. 30, 2011 : (no rating)
I do like this, you are a real story-teller. However I did get snagged a few times because I felt the story changed tenses (present to past). Then again, it could just be me. I get stuck with this myself.
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Review by: Kate Burdon on Dec. 28, 2011 :
I loved this story, throughout there is a certain mystery to the entire story, therefore keeping you guessing. My only critique is that I felt as if the story needed to be a bit longer, but other than that, great work!
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