The Day We Joked About The Dead

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Even after the dead have risen the living will try to carry on a normal existance.

And try to laugh in the face of adversity.

Where ever that's possible.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466152786
About Ray Daley

Ray Daley was born in Coventry & still lives there. He served 6 yrs in the RAF as a clerk & spent most of his time in a Hobbit hole in High Wycombe. He is a published poet & has been writing stories since he was 10. His current dream is to eventually finish the Hitch Hikers fanfic novel he's been writing since 1986.

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Review by: Edwin Stark on Feb. 26, 2012 :
You know, I really wanted to get back at this dude because he posted a really damaging review of one of my free short stories, even though it was a 3-stars one... Downloads suddenly dropped and subsequent sales were killed... What I thought at the moment was "At least he could have checked the sampling of my other books before casting his opinion..." I guess I didn't... So I downloaded a bunch of his free books to form myself an opinion... and then slash back with some very nasty, destructive reviews in retribution.

After reading his stuff, I can't find it in myself to do this evil deed now; he's too good a writer to perform such a self-centered, vengeful attack (don't get me wrong: I'm a regular mofo when I feel someone has given me an undeserving barb... I was more than ready to write a review so bad that he'd end up looking for a rock to crawl under).

I found this short story extremely amusing and I enjoyed the unexpected viewpoint of a tale told from the undead side.

So, to anyone who wants to have a quick, funny, interesting reads (and with some wow-factor built-in) here's my recomendation: grab this man's books... all of them while they're still free! I know I will
(review of free book)

Review by: James Pratt on Feb. 02, 2012 :
Funny yet depressing. Or maybe depressing yet funny. Nice, quick story and a good setting for future stories.
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