The Tree

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Bobby is almost certain that the old tree in the front yard is slowly moving towards his bedroom window and tells his best friend, Alex who doesn't believe him.

Bobby measures the distance between the house and the tree every morning and every time the tree seems to have moved closer to the house. Is he losing his mind or is there something sinister about the tree?
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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 novel,"Age of Men", is currently available for free for a limited time from many online stores and tells of Professor White who must assist the government in a race against time to find the cause of mass disappearances that is ravaging the world.

To celebrate a decade of writing a collection of poems, "Cadence", was published on 21 June 2018 along with a stand alone short story in the " Age of Men" saga entitled "Titan".

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Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 1, 2014 :
I read this without reading other books in the series, it stands alone fine. Not overly good or bad, I don't feel compelled to read more in the series, but I might go look for works by author for the adult rather than the children.
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Review by: Tristan Cummings on Aug. 14, 2014 :
I liked it. It reminded me of book 1 of the anthology, "Trick or Treat" in that it had the same sense of humor and playfulness which book 2 lacked.

A fun and quick read.
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Review by: Ajay Tulsiani on Aug. 4, 2014 :
I liked the chemistry between bobby and alex, especially when alex flaunts his own mobile and bobby says, 'who texts you anyway?' that was funny. there were some nice moments, with nancy(all trees are alive, that was funny), the glow in dark stars. though there were a few typos, pov situations and too many adverbs, it was a nice story.

suggestion: cut down the use of adverbs. the part where bobby's dad suggests to get the night light, instead of saying: "No," Bobby replied quickly, you can say, "No," Bobby refused the proposition.

He tip-toed to the window and slowly reached out at the curtains.

It's understood he's doing the act slowly. There were a few typos, overall it was a nice read.
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