An Apocryphal Ghost

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Four ghosts meet in the living room of a house, where they heatedly examine the topics inherent to their condition. Suddenly they begin to experience strange phenomena, which will lead them to discover a creepy and “mortal” truth. More
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Published by Hombre Orquesta
Words: 2,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301284665
About Mario Carrasco Teja

Mario Carrasco Teja (Mexico, 1972) is an editor, editorial designer, ebook formatter and writer. Besides a soft-cover book of short stories, as well as a brief drama piece, his works are published in magazines, anthologies and the Web. He has won a fistful of contests in the short story genre, among them the Latin American “Edmundo Valadés” (2001) and, with the ebook "Four Course Devil", the Gold Medal for Horror Fiction in the Global Ebook Awards 2014. He also holds an archaeology degree.

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Mario Carrasco Teja (México, 1972) es editor, diseñador editorial, formateador de libros electrónicos y escritor. Además de un libro en rústica de cuentos, así como una breve pieza teatral, sus trabajos se encuentran publicados en revistas, antologías e internet. Ha ganado un puñado de concursos en el género de cuento, entre ellos el Latinoamericano Edmundo Valadés (2001) y, con el ebook "Four Course Devil", la medalla de oro en la categoría de Horror Fiction de los Global Ebook Awards 2014. También se tituló como arqueólogo.

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Review by: David Howells on April 04, 2013 :
Very different from the writing styles I've come across so far. It's written almost like a mini-play, and one can visualize the actors. That said, the personalities of the actors were all strong and passionate, as Latin characters are often portrayed in Spanish speaking channels. That is a presentation that can become tiresome over time, where we need a peaceful valley to keep the peaks of passion in perspective. I see talent and cleverness in plot construction, and admit my ethnic literary style preferences causes me to give only 4 stars.
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