The Bleeding

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About Max E.

Max doesn't remember ever not creating a story.

A writer and lover of books since the age of nine, Max first set pen to page as a hobby, constructing stories that were anything but fit for children. Entertaining classmates while simultaneously concerning surrounding adults with blood-ridden tales of gory mysteries and heavy suspense that "just came to mind," Max, with the help of family and the encouraging words of an inspiring teacher, continued to develop this gift.

In Max's teen years, the Warrens, Bennetts, and Johnsons, three interconnected families all with issues, mysteries, and secrets that threaten their livelihood and lives, were born.

Max reads everything and everyone; relishing the journey of authorhood and learning something new each day.

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Elle Klass reviewed on June 2, 2014

The Bleeding by Max E. Stone is a story entailing how evil begets evil in the vicious cycle of abuse. young Derek is exposed to his mother’s ruthless beatings regularly by his own father and minister David. David dies a quick but horrible death and the cycle is born.

The flow of this story introduces each character, giving only slight clues to how they all tie together. The plot was brilliant. Eventually, little by little each and every person becomes tied to one another and the secrets and blood begin to flow. Derek Warren becomes the sinister father of a legacy that preceded him and a daughter who struggles to keep her sanity; all the while lingering on the edge of reality. I found myself hooked immediately.

An amazing novel with insight that seems could only come from first hand experience. I give Max. E. Stone a thumbs up. Absolutely loved it.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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