Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death's Undertaker

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A personal history of Black Death and its impact on Surrey in the 14th century through the eyes of Niccolai, a young undertaker. His purpose in writing this memoir is to quell rumors propagating throughout the realm, rumors of mysterious deaths not attributed to the plague but by a black-robed apparition feared to be Death incarnate. More

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About Jeff Vrolyks

Jeff Vrolyks lives with his supple wife of 7 years Christy in Simi Valley, California. He is a new writer, in that he recently discovered a passion for writing and hasn't stopped since. He was in the Air Force for a four year stint (cargo aircraft crew-chief), worked in the beer beverage industry, automotive industry, and in the oil fields on drilling rigs. His turn on’s include rain-forest thunderstorms, rainy sunsets at the beach, and glowing reviews from you. His turn off’s include driving in Los Angeles, working-out in an over-crowded gym with fat hairy people in spandex, and receiving scathing reviews from people intolerant of foul language and violence.
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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on Oct. 31, 2012 :
This is a grand story, both in scope and depth, and I highly recommend it. I knew next to nothing about the plague before reading this historical fiction and found this to be highly educating and the characters very well written. I also could not put it down!! I really enjoy the way Jeff writes, whether its historical fiction like this, or more contemporary stories like "Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso", which I also enjoyed alot. (Another 5 star book in my opinion.) Thanks for a great reading experience!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: amanda 757 on June 17, 2012 :
What a compelling story. You don't find many stories on Black Death, it is such a an interesting topic and historical tragedy. Niccolai was a great character to follow, as well as Joanna and the friends. This book is filled with suspense, gore, love, affliction, and a hint of the paranormal. For being "old style" prose, it is easy to follow, really a great read...I couldn't put it down!
(review of free book)
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