The Thirst

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews

Benjamin was growing weary about not growing old gracefully. His approaching 40th birthday is almost unbearable and to make matters worse, he runs into a girl from his past who doesn't seem to have aged a day.
She tells him that she had help keeping her youthful looks... something that Benny finds extremely alluring. 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 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.

His latest novella, The Mandela Effect, tells the story about Stephen who unravels the biggest secret in human history and the truth behind false memories in a thrilling mystery setting.

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John Fazem reviewed on on June 2, 2013

nice read though it is a bit slow at first. interesting twist at the end. worth checking out.
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Virginia Conlin reviewed on on June 1, 2013

Nice take on the ' growing old fears of people' . Unusual ending.
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Richard Adams reviewed on on May 19, 2013

I read this book and "Trick-or-Treat" today. Two distinctively different eBooks - but both equally entertaining. I have to agree with the other reviewer of this book; "The man who refused to grow old" has breathed much needed life into the bloodsucker genre that was almost killed off by books and movies depicting these sort of monsters as romantic vampires.

One empathizes with Benny as he tries to accept the fact that he has turned into a monster of childhood dreams.

Great ending. Loved it.
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Michael Hudson reviewed on on May 18, 2013

After reading his first short story "When there is blood on the moon" I was intrigued to see what he (Eduard Joseph) had to offer next. I must say I was pleasantly surprised by his take on the immortal craze that was almost completely destroyed by the Twilight saga.

This short story goes back to the roots of immortality and just like its predecessor, this book has an interesting end.

So far the best one by Eduard Joseph yet.
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