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Posted December 13, 2003
Though for the most part a collaborative effort, these tales flow seamlessly, insidiously creeping up on you, leaving you with a taste of death and pain, and, dare I say it, a longing to live life to the fullest while you still can. 'The Collective' is a twisted, noirish piece that crackles with energy and has a killer last line. 'Gone is the Wind' is filled with lurking dread, a tale set in the urban decay of Modern day England, with all that that implies. 'Fatale' is a harrowing journey about all the things that matter: love, death, and companionship. And 'Walking' is a story off loneliness, disconnection, and the passing on of time-honored rituals; a piece that will linger with you long after you've read it. These are just some of the highlights. All of these tales have something to say. Some of them sneak up on you with quiet menace, while others have a more direct energy. There's no denying, though, that Denying Death is a collection well worth your time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.