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When We Join Jesus In Hell - Lee Thompson
When We Join Jesus In Hell
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4.59 160
Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781937771430
Publisher: Delirium Books
Pages no: 47
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
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MizNikki
MizNikki rated it
0.0 Review: When We Join Jesus In Hell by Lee Thompson
When We Join Jesus In Hell by Lee Thompson My rating: 3 of 5 stars Lee Thompson has an obviously fertile imagination. His stories are "thinkers" and have an emotional impact that stay with you long after you've read the book. That's a sign of a good writer connecting with his/her audience.For me, Wh...
Soze Says
Soze Says rated it
3.0 When We Join Jesus in Hell review
A good many people whose opinions I respect immensely have done nothing but praise this very short novella (novelette?) by Lee Thompson, and after reading the first few pages, I thought I could see why. Opening with a heinous crime that no parent or partner could read without feeling disturbed, When...
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Lornographic Material rated it
5.0 When We Join Jesus in Hell Review
(The review is for the newest version of this book. I am not sure if the version with this amazing artwork serving as its cover contains the additional story I speak of in my review. If not, you have missed out.) Oh, this guy's good. So good in fact that I'm not going to tell you anything about th...
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Lornographic Material rated it
5.0 When We Join Jesus In Hell
Oh, this guy's good. So good in fact that I'm not going to tell you anything about this book. You need to experience this for yourself. I will say this, while both the title story and the additional story are both five-star reads, I may be in the minority when I say the short story at the end is bet...
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it
3.5 Ending didn't work for me
This was great and creepy and atmospheric and dark. I wasn't sure how much was real and how much Fist was imagining, and I was happy to go along of the ride. The ending, however, felt anticlimactic to me. Or, I don't know, unfinished? I'm not sure how to explain it, I just felt it as lackin...
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