Yorick

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Poor Roberta. She's aging, has lost everyone she's ever loved, and now she lives out her sad, lonely days gorging on bad convenience store food and faded memories of happier times. She wants nothing more than to join her loved ones in the afterlife, but then a gruesome discovery along the banks of the Merrimack River changes everything. Roberta begins to hope that she'll never be alone again. More

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Published by Vlad V.
Words: 28,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9780985707446
About Vlad V.

Vlad V. is the author of The Button, Yorick and Brachman’s Underworld. His short novella The Sleep Artist will be appearing in Insanity Tales, a collection of dark fiction, in October 2014 (Books & Boos Press).

A blogger, freelance writer, and former newspaper correspondent for the Lowell Sun and Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise, his work can be viewed at www.TheVlad.net. His books are available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords.com, and through his website (www.TheVlad.net).

Vlad has appeared on A Newbie's Guide to Publishing, Sci-fi Saturday Night, Queen City Kamikaze (panelist), New England Authors Expo, Indie Author News, Open Book Society, Yahoo! Shine, Cool Roots (performer), Rooted (performer), Strange Amusements, Digital Journal and at many more websites, blogs, bookstores, and libraries. Please see his growing list of credits at: http://www.thevlad.net/about.

Vlad was raised in Groton, Massachusetts and now resides in Lowell, Massachusetts with his wife, Jordana. He received an Associates Degree in Journalism from Middlesex Community College, and after a few years of freelance writing, decided to go back to school. He is now a proud member of the National Honor Society at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, where he is studying History and English.

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Review by: Dale T. Phillips on Oct. 21, 2012 :
In Yorick, author Vlad Vaslyn gives us a well-crafted tale of the macabre. His deft handling of the creepy story of a lonely old woman and her new find ranges from pathos to terror. He brings the characters to life and presents the wonderful unsettled feeling we look for in a good horror yarn. The suspense remains throughout, a tight balance that delivers as it should. Fans of the work of Stephen King will love this eerie little book, and will never look at a muddy riverbank the same way again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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