Four Star Funerals: An Anthology About Death

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"Four Star Funerals: An Anthology About Death" (in three parts: Memoir, Poetry, & Fiction) packs the emotional wallop of "Titanic," darkened with a dash of "Tales From the Crypt." This 10-author anthology about death and its aftershocks will sear your soul, make you laugh ... and ultimately help you heal, if you're haunted by a death that has upended your emotions in ways you never expected. More
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About Four Star Writers

Ann Barrington, David R. Davis, Melissa Russell Deur, Patricia Holland, Kathryn Lay, Deborah J. Lightfoot, Martha Moore, Cecile Odell, Diane Roberts, and BJ Stone are the "Four Star Writers," authors of "FOUR STAR FUNERALS: An Anthology About Death."

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Marvin Mayer reviewed on Dec. 28, 2011

There were at least 3 reasons why I chose to purchase this e-book: to learn about people's reactions to death; to respond to the personal request [to purchase it]; and to check my ability to download it to my newly acquired iPad. While all 3 were valid reasons, the purchase could and should have been made just to enjoy a good read. It definitely was one.

I truly was impressed by the quality of writing from so many different authors. Each story was unique, but each was extremely well written. I even found myself identifying with the authors of at least two of the individual stories.

The subject of death and funerals is one most people don't care to discuss or read. The title, therefore, might have been a put off for me had the invitation not come through my friends at SCBWI. I'm glad I didn't let that (the title) dissuade me. The subject of death was handled with discretion, punctuated now and then with humor, making it a "fun" read.

I highly recommend it.

Marvin S. Mayer, Author
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
New Summerfield Press reviewed on Oct. 1, 2011

This anthology is a good read all around. I was lucky enough to earn a place in it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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