The Town

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Jimmy lived a secluded life in a small town and was the adoptive son of a same sex couple. There weren't many people in town the same age as Jimmy which meant he spent most of his time on his own - until the day he found an old CB radio in the attic. More

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About Eduard Joseph

Eduard Joseph lives in Cape Town South Africa and has been writing since a young age. His first book "Freaks want love too" was rejected by numerous publishers in 2005.

In 2013 he decided to go the self-publishing route and his first novel hit online stores. It was a success on Amazon.com until it was removed by the author due to royalty issues.

Eduard Joseph loves writing what's in his heart, and thus writes about anything from romance, comedy, horror and suspense.

A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR:
This year is really flying by... it's already July! I've made myself a promise to keep busy with my writing and I guess that's why 2014 feels like it's passing in the blink of an eye.

I made myself a promise that I would bring out at least one novel per year, but also not fade into obscurity between novels - you know the saying, "out of sight - out of mind".
So, I'm trying my hardest to release one short story or novella per month in between novels... my way of staying in the minds of my fans (whom I love).

Last month I released a zomedy novella called "1950s: The Decade of perfect housewives, Cadillacs & zombies".
This month sees the start of a new novella series called "Tales of revenge" with the release of "Tale 1: Snapped".

With my Zac Zombie series finally coming to a climatic end in September, I wanted to start a new series - something violent; something aimed at adults. If "Snapped" receives positive feedback I'll continue the series.
[Updated 05 July 2014 @ 20:49]

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Reviews

Review by: Lee Adams on June 13, 2013 :
Excellent book that takes you on a journey of heart thrilling adventure with a twist of romance and an ending of hope and faith. Well done once again! ;)
(review of free book)

Review by: John Smith on June 02, 2013 :
intriguing. i was very invested in the story. good plot twists - made me think. i dont want to give any of the twists away but highly recommend it to anyone who likes an unusual story.
(review of free book)

Review by: Michael Hudson on June 01, 2013 :
Great story. Probably the best ebook i have read in years. It starts off as a story of a lonely boy seeking companionship which he finds when he talks to another young man over an old CB radio. The story then turns into an adventure when our lead character sets out to find the boy he chatted to on the CB radio - and then the story takes an unexpected turn towards the horror genre before he finally meets the boy from the CB radio.

This book is very unconventional and I loved it. It is typical boy-meets-boy romance with a whole lot of other genres mixed in and the mix is a good one.

The revelation the author speaks about in the summary is a big one - maybe too big for some readers, but it is a valid one if you know your facts. The revelation may upset some readers, but you cannot make an omelette if you don't break some eggs.

This book is a must read, no matter whether you are gay or straight. It is really an eye-opener.
(review of free book)

Review by: Richard Adams on June 01, 2013 :
OH MY WORD! I just finished reading this ebook and I was left speach- and breathless. I was totally taken aback by the three different twists in the plot (from romance to horror to mystery). I loved the story and character development very much.

The revelation at the end is just that - it is a revelation of gargantuan proportions that will make you question everything you ever thought you knew about life, love, religion and the world.

This ebook will undoubtedly become a very controversial and talked about book due to it's strong storyline and and revelation.

I highly recommend this ebook to anyone who loves a good read, a good romance, a good adventure, a good horror and a puzzling twist.
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