The Postmortem Scrapbook is a compilation of short fiction where death finds it's home nestled within it's pages in unique facets of death.
What made the experience of listening to The Postmortem Scrapbook the most enjoyable?
the creativity of the writer,his ability to set the mood,tone of the stories. very descriptive, made me feel like i was there. could see the scene in my mind, feel the feelings.
What other book might you compare The Postmortem Scrapbook to and why?
stephen king's short stories in that dark ,comic,unexpected endings sort of way
Which scene was your favorite?
hard to narrow it down ,i enjoyed HARM'S WAY for it's grittiness, BETWEEN TOMBSTONES
AND WISHING WELLS for it's sweetness.THE HARVEST SONG is a great tragic love story. every story takes you by surprise and leaves you satisfied.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
there's a moment in each of the stories that moved me, that's why i highly reccommend this collection of short stories.
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