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After the Fall

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Jayce Paul was tormented by a dark, haunting loneliness that escalated in a sad, isolated fashion when her soulmate King Brown broke up with her. She would sit alone in darkness while surrounding herself with pictures of him. She liked to touch them and remember the smell of his sweet masculine skin. After a while his pictures and memories just weren't enough. After a while she took herself to him. King knew that he shouldn't have let her in. He knew that only bad would follow. With him there she showed off her ...

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Jayce Paul was tormented by a dark, haunting loneliness that escalated in a sad, isolated fashion when her soulmate King Brown broke up with her. She would sit alone in darkness while surrounding herself with pictures of him. She liked to touch them and remember the smell of his sweet masculine skin. After a while his pictures and memories just weren't enough. After a while she took herself to him. King knew that he shouldn't have let her in. He knew that only bad would follow. With him there she showed off her cuttings. They were self-inflicted offerings of her blood for him. After the sight of her blood things sped rapidly down to the dark that rested heavily inside of her. While they are down inside of her falling he learned about her loneliness. He found out that it would always lurk in the shadows waiting for him.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781413705867
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 11/3/2003
  • Pages: 134
  • Product dimensions: 5.54 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2004

    Horror at its deepest level, unleashed from within. Read the words, visualize the scene and be scared!

    Reviewed by: Tyrone Banks of Betsie's Literary Page Recommended 5 out of 5 points Horror at its deepest level, unleashed from within. Read the words, visualize the scene and be scared! When I read the back cover of After the Fall, as I do every time I begin reading a book, I was immediately drawn into the plot. I had the pleasure of reading an excerpt back in July 2003 and I thought that I knew where the story was going. I visualized this to be a story about love lost and obsession. I assumed that the plot would unfold to reveal a horrific scene brought on by jealously or mistrust. However, by the thirteenth page, I discovered that I was wrong. This book goes deeper than any simple obsession. Jayce Paul, the main character, needs her ex-boyfriend King Brown in many ways. He was the one that kept her grounded. He was the only one that she wanted in her life. He was the only one that could pull her back from the demons that were obsessed with Jayce ¿ literally. Jayce Paul had many demons that struggled to keep her within their realm and those demons had grown tired of King Brown and his constant heroics. Therefore, as he pulled her back from their grasp, they sent more demons to punish him for his interference. Through vivid description the author explains the chaos, the pain and the blood that is spilled in this power struggle. If you visualize this as if watching a horror movie, you will be scared as surprises wait in the shadows and leap out at every corner. Monica Russell has just begun to tell the stories that play out in her mind and roam the plains of her dark side. I am confident that with each and every book that follows, she will continue to live out her dream ¿ of giving you nightmares.

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