Proof: A Short Tale of the Undead

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
They have been lurking in the shadows for untold years, waiting for the chance to burst free. Only the ragged few, held together by the charismatic Connor, have seen the signs and dare to stand up against Them, the undead. In this battle, no one leaves unscathed. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 4,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301232734
About MR Graham

MR Graham is a native Texan who traces strong cultural roots back to Scotland, Poland, and England. A mild-mannered Latin teacher during the day, Graham transforms at night into a raging Holmesian loremaster and rabid novelist.
Though passionate about all scholarship and academia, Graham's training and true love lies with anthropology, particularly the archaeological branch.
Also, steampunk and vampires.

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Reviews

Review by: Mary Blackwell on Aug. 31, 2014 :
The story starts in the past with a Polaroid photograph showing a shadow with no person casting it, then we go on a rollicking ride of several years and people to meet the protagonist in the present.

I found myself losing interest as so many characters were introduced and disposed of but glad of getting to the end which I really enjoyed reading.
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Review by: Robert Zimmermann on Sep. 09, 2013 :
I was surprised by this short story. I wasn’t totally in love with it, but near the end it pulled itself together for me and I appreciated it even more.

I liked that the story is told as a brief retelling by the narrator about his life hunting “Them” with Connor. While there was a lack detail throughout, due to a brevity explained more near the end, it was just enough to keep me reading along to find out what would happen next.

If you’re looking for a quick read with a little vampire hunting in it, this could be a good story for you. It moves right along and packs the recalling of many years on the road into a few thousand words. I’m interested to see what this author can do with a novel. It’s a good glimpse into Graham’s writing, I’m sure.
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