Truck driving is a lonely profession. It is hard on both the driver, and the families that love them. One of the hardest moments in the drivers life if after being on the road for weeks, they return home for a couple days before leaving again. They leave, and it is then that they must say their goodbyes. For this driver, he must say his final goodbye.
©2016 Jason R. Davis (P)2016 FoF Publishing
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I have really started to enjoy really short stories, maybe it is because I have listened to so many really good ones.
Saying Goodbye, as you may have guessed from the title it a tragic paranormal suspense story, not sure if I would go as far as horror, but I understand why it was placed there. It is about an over the road trucker and his family. The Trucker that is down on himself for being away so often and for extended periods of time. He is madly in love with his wife and kids. Because of his job he is unable to be there for his family when he is rocked with the unthinkable.
In less than an hour Davis is able to create everything you need to make a good story, regardless of length. At least one character that we all of a sudden care about because he is fully developed. Descriptive enough to pull you in the cab with the driver, I could almost smell it. With a very satisfying ending and no loose ends.
Darren Marlar did great with this story. While he might have been even a bit "too polished" of a voice for it. He was able to capture all of the emotions that you would expect from such a tragic story.
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Audiobook was provided for review by the author.
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