Dying Is Easy

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He wanted to live happily-ever-after. Jozee wanted to leave. But when she mysteriously disappears, Adam finds himself in a desperate fight to save both their lives! More

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About K.J. Heritage

K.J.Heritage is an international bestselling UK author of crime mystery, sci-fi and fantasy.

His first sci-fi short story, ‘ESCAPING THE CRADLE’ was runner-up in the 2005 Clarke-Bradbury International Science Fiction Competition. He has also appeared in several anthologies with such self-publishing sci-fi luminaries as Hugh Howey, Michael Bunker and Samuel Peralta.

Kev has done all the requisite ‘writery’ jobs such as driver's mate, factory gateman, barman, labourer, telesales operative, sales assistant, warehouseman, IT contractor, Student Union President, university IT helpdesk guy, British Rail signal software designer, premiership football website designer, gigging musician, graphic designer, stand-up comedian, sound engineer, improv artist, magazine editor and web journo. Although he doesn't like to talk about it. Mostly.

He was born in the UK in one of the more interesting previous centuries. Originally from Derbyshire, he now lives in the seaside town of Brighton. He is a tea drinker, avid Twitterer (@MostlyWriting), and autistic (ASD) human being.

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Makepeace McEvoy reviewed on Feb. 2, 2020

“I'll just read the first chapter of this before I go to bed,” said I. Don't you make the same mistake. Unless, of course, you don't mind being up till three in the morning, or even later if you don't read as fast as I do.

This is a truly unputdownable thriller with more twists, turns, and interesting sights along the way than a minor road in the central Lake District. Both the plotting and the characterisation are superb, and, although the tension keeps on building right up to the end, the shots of unexpected humour never feel out of place. On a more personal note, I very much like the fact that the narrator is high-functioning autistic; I'm not, but my favourite in-law is, and I appreciated both the insight into his brain's operating system and the fact that other people will also share that insight. High-functioning autism is quite common, and anything that helps neurotypical people understand it better is good in my book.

So. Read it. But not just before you thought you were going to go to bed, and definitely not on public transport. You don't want to miss your stop, now, do you?
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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