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Death is a luxury and mercy in its own way, and this fact is showcased here in the visceral SPHERA. More
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About Robert Friedrich

Robert Friedrich, originally born in Slovakia, started his writing career in Egypt, where he has been living since his 13th Birthday. He always had a vivid imagination, but the courage to show it to the world came much later. It was't easy, and took some pain, guts and ton of misfortune to arrive to this point. After a time of aversion and a path of unexpected circumstances he harnessed everything within him and stepped up to do things which he really wanted, liked and enjoyed.

He is writing in a different range of formats, from lyrics, flash stories, and short stories and Novellas. Even though the horror genre, which is about the long lasting fight between good and evil, Robert took it to an entirely new level. Adding many psychological characteristics, open ends, confusing twists and new settings. All of which slowly developed as a new paradigm Sci-fi/Horror/Drama; enclosing also urgent issues and happenings within the life of individuals as well as humankind.
His approach can surely change the perspective of readers, not only widen but also illuminate the possibilities and ways. Illuminate them with Darkness unlike found in any other Fiction genre.

Besides writing, Robert also enjoys metal music, movies, and games. He builds his encyclopedic information bank in this reference and uses his experiences from a wide range of activities which he had to go through; multicultural behavior, stress control, diving, translations, marketing, hotel management etc. Robert also creates his own covers and trailers. He speaks English, German and a bit of Arabic, besides his native language Slovak.

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J Patterson reviewed on July 30, 2015

The second abrupt flash fiction I've read from this author. Again I was taken on a terrifying journey. With almost a Hitchcock intro this story takes you from intrigue to horror. It's an interesting read.
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Gareth Alan reviewed on Sep. 14, 2013

That was a strange little story, I don't even know what was going on, but I liked it. Sometimes my eye twitches. Now I'm scared that there's a black sphere in there! I wish the story was a little longer, but it worked well as a flash. I shall have to check out the anthology from whence it came.
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Artie Margrave reviewed on Sep. 11, 2013

Sometimes I wonder why authors want their work to remain a flash when it has the potential to be something very big. Such as this story. It needed no beginning, it doesn't end at the end; you are smacked headfirst into the body of action. The abstract quality of Rob. Friedrich gets better by the publication and his visual description is brief but vivid. And wholesomely terrifying. Though there are redundancies in tiny jots, the enjoyment of the story is not taken away. So, even if technique needs little work, very well done author.
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Jim Roberts reviewed on Sep. 11, 2013

This story was really...weird. I like Robert's demented ideas, this is just one that needs a bit more to fully envelope us in the horror of the concept (which is unique, I have to admit). Call this weird story a warm-up to Rob Friedrich's more fully rendered horror tales. All in all, worth a look
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