The Minutes

The Minutes

by Donald Kendall
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Overview

The Minutes by Donald Kendall

Stephanie Waller is going home. While trying to cope with the death of her husband and infant son Stephanie suddenly becomes her ailing father's sole caretaker, only to discover that there are pieces of her past trying to surface. A terrifying secret sin causes her to doubt herself and her decisions. The unsettling confrontation that awaits her arrival back home may be the only thing that can bring her peace.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014155212
Publisher: Goremet Publications
Publication date: 03/27/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 183,793
File size: 56 KB

About the Author

Donald Kendall is an Assistant Store Manager for Barnes & Noble Booksellers, runs an in-store and online endeavor called The Stephen King "Goremet" Book Club where he lectures on King's work and how the author's books have influenced his personal and his professional life. In 2009 Donald Kendall won the Barnes & Noble Above and Beyond Customer Service Award for his endeavor "The Eerie Coterie "Goremet" which helped establish a horror section in his store for customer to browse and shop, as well as social marketing through Facebook. Donald Kendall has been writing horror fiction for over 15 years. He lives in Michigan with his wife and son.

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The Minutes 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A story of love and loss...and the strange way our brains sometimes deals with those emotions. Wonderfully written, this is quite the captivating tale.
luciadmc2 More than 1 year ago
Wow. I haven't gotten the story out of my mind since I finished it. Haunting, poignant....wow. She did herself in I believe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I work at a bookstore where many of us have read this story. As in many works of short fiction, the devil is in the details. My fellow booksellers are often wrong. You (if you have read it) may be wrong. What happens at the end of this story is up for debate. I know what the author intended. And as a credit to the way he wtites character, i know he is wrong. Here is the thing, as i said i work in a store full of books, and everyone who reads this is split down the middle. Did she or didnt she. Its not the best story ever written, but its really great, and goddammit its $0.99 cents. Support a new author who just wants to be heard. Read it and comment back. Did she do it or not? I think she killed herself. I am sure of it.