All Hallows' Eve

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In a trendy London bar, three friends meet up at a fancy-dress party, in appropriately silly clothes for such an occasion. Each of them content to hide their true selves behind their costumes. The trouble is there are some things you can't hide from. Like fate. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Holiday » Halloween
  • Words: 11,530
  • Language: British English
  • ISBN: 9781310787294
About Scott Andrews

Scott Andrews is getting older every day and doesn’t like it much. He has travelled far and wide, worked a variety of unimaginably dull jobs and partook in numerous mundane conversations in a fruitless attempt to figure out just exactly what life is all about. He has turned to writing as he feels he no longer has any possibility of fulfilling his childhood dream of becoming a fire engine. He has written two novels, one that reached number 7 on the Amazon Satire Chart, a number of short stories, and once won album of the week in Poland alongside Beyonce. She was indeed honoured.

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Review by: Poul Jørgensen on July 9, 2013 :
Scott is a really funny man, and he spawns his eccentric personality to paper. I'm not sure which bars Scott got this inspiration from to write this short story. But it has really a interesting life view in a funny way. Though even by reading it twice, not even once where there mentioned anything about elephants...
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Review by: David Howells on July 5, 2013 :
I liked it. Ok, that's simplistic...but I did. It was a good read, paced to keep attention from drifting, had definition to each character, revealed personality traits in an interesting way for each player, had some tongue in cheek humor I enjoyed, and threw in a surprise twist ending, giving the Reaper a personality that most people can identify with. Good job, and thanks for some insights I may use in my own future writing. David Howells, Hudson Valley, NY State, USA
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