Thaddeus Simpson


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The Ritual
Price: Free! Words: 12,750. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Psychological, Fiction » Inspirational
(2.00 from 2 reviews)
Step into your high heels and listen to astronaut Charlie Brick confess his sins in this supernatural tragedy. A complete Novella, no part-two or cliffhanger ending. You can read this for free and know that you will see the whole story.
High On Life
Price: Free! Words: 7,470. Language: English. Published: July 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
An original collection of sixty poems describing depression, faith and passion, written from a youthful point of view. Rhyme, rhythm and length vary with each piece, as will tone and topic, but the author insisted he has something for everyone. Does contain mildly unpleasant language in some places, but nothing graphic.

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  • Stoner, Unincorporated on Aug. 24, 2015

    Before you read anything else, Yes you should download this book, regardless of what you decide to pay. PRO's 1: Canadian misanthropes are interesting people to watch. 2: Most of the story is darkly funny, and what isn't funny is still good anyway. 3: You know how in GTAV the story mode switches between three characters? The same sort of thing happens here, and it is fantastic to see how it all entwines and connects. 4: I found quite a few lines which were especially funny, my favorite being the one about "Todd the rope expert." 5: I loved the whole "Sneaky Pete" nonsense. 6: The deeper I got into it, the more it reminded me of Hocus Pocus by Kurt Vonnegut, especially the flash forward allusions. (And I thought this before reading the authors "about me" info) 7: I loved chapter 42's title. 9: There are plenty of characters to root for, and by the end, it feels more like a play than a book. CON's 1: The primary flaw with this edition of the book is the large number of spelling and grammar errors present. In truth, I would have rated this book a 4 or 5 out of 5 without them. Maybe the wrong version was released, maybe it's just Canadian vernacular, I don't know. Honestly, Jay, get this copyread again! (P.S. I'd love to help.) 2: Larry Butter's backstory is intentionally shrouded in mystery for most of the book, and I found that to be a less-than-perfect decision after knowing what it included. 3: The first sex part of the novel, where two characters have sex, it felt too quick. The chapter barely felt like a page long. Ultimately, It is a satisfying story, something that I am happy to have read. As someone who spends a lot of time worrying that free ebooks will never be as interesting as paid ones, I can say this book put some of those fears to rest. I am a happier, if not better person for finishing it. Thanks for writing this, Jay.