Grim Reaping

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After being driven to the edge of despair and contemplating the ultimate sacrifice through the loss of his job - Gareth is given a chance to get a little revenge. On top of a new job, he also sets out to seek revenge on the people who broke his will.
Grim Reaping. Destiny lies in your name.

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Published: March 09, 2013
Words: 10,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301259366
About Stephen Craig

Stephen lives in England with his wife and after spending more years than he cares to mention living in the 'real' world has found that he can have more fun climbing into his imagination and (darkest) thoughts and putting a pen to a nice piece of paper.

He considers himself to be a writer of stories (but does not claim to be good).

He has published the first in a series of whodunits (WHO KILLED BOB?), the first in The Cycle Of Gareth (GRIM REAPING) and a dark horror in The Duttleton Saga (THE DROWNING OF THE INNOCENTS).

His new story is a seasonal mystery, A COLD WIND BLOWS.

He is working on follow-ups to the above and also a new psychological horror series.

On top of this, Stephen has written a number of short/flash fiction stories that have now been compiled into a single volume (TWELVE CUTS FROM THE NIB) with an additional previously unreleased story.

He is also working on his first fantasy novel.

He has decided that he enjoys writing so much that he will continue to do so until he stops.

Which might mean he has died.

Until that time, he hopes that you get as much enjoyment from reading his stories as he does in writing them.

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Review by: Ben Kalcher on April 24, 2013 : star star star star star
Agree with Amy, slightly resemblance to Final Destination which coincidently I love, I like the way they create the death scenes and you have done the same with this story that it's brilliant.

I must also state I love the why their deaths are in their names, genius.
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Review by: Amy Gerrard on April 21, 2013 : star star star star
I found this story quite gripping. There were slight shades of 'Final Destination' within the tale but the only comparison I could draw there was death and the way the victims were despatched.

I am ex-Corporate (Thank God) and I truly identified with the first character and his disgust at the shallowness and non-loyalty and deceptions that so many HR and Corporate people employ to make or destroy people. I have seen it head-on, and truly empathised with that character.

It was a well-grounded short horror story that held my attention brilliantly. Writing horror is certainly not an easy genre, but work like this was a pleasure to read. And the end of the story somehow made me feel justified in enjoying the delicious revenge that death had wrought upon the vacuous executives of a company.

Good fiction, Stephen. Keep honing your craft.
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Review by: Justin Seyder on March 21, 2013 : star star star star
Slightly heavy on the descriptive aspects again at the start, but gets going quicker. Very well written, and kept my interest.
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Review by: Lisa Mears on March 13, 2013 : star star star star star
Well done, this little story held me to the end. I kept wondering what was going to happen next. Well planned and executed.
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