Twisted Reunion

Twisted Reunion


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Twisted Reunion by Mark Tullius

Plunge deep into darkness with 28 terrifying tales. Explore heartache, happiness, and horror in this collection of short stories by Mark Tullius, the author of 25 Perfect Days, named one of IndieReader's Best Indie Books for 2013.
This collection is composed of all the stories in Each Dawn I Die, Every One's Lethal, and Repackaged Presents, plus two bonus stories.
Experience chills as you read these stories and more:
• A pornographer's horrific early morning ritual.
• A beautiful baby boy who knows what he wants.
• An engineer sees life on the other side of the tracks.
• A drug run goes awry.
• A family's unique Christmas tradition.
• An artist whose paintings become reality.
• A man who longs to rid himself of an annoying companion.
• A child terrified by things that slither and ooze in the night.
• Come join a soldier on the run in the jungle.
• An old man's quest for the perfect photo.
• A woman who sniffs out killers.
• A life coach whose own brand of "therapy" goes way beyond cruel and unusual.
• A young man who can't let go of the past.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938475177
Publisher: Vincere Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/22/2015
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.75(d)

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Twisted Reunion 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
HungryMonster More than 1 year ago
Even though this was way out of my normal reading gene I loved it! I did find myself rooting for ‘The doctor of death’ Mainly in ‘Each Dawn I Die.’ Vic was a player who purposely went after young naive virgins and then broadcasted their humiliation on his website. They had to face the shame of their mistake while he profited from it and moved on to the next naive virgin. That is until an angry encounter with an old lady that turned his life into his living hell he could not escape from, literally. He got exactly what he deserved. Not all are about ‘The doctor of death’, but they each have a very clear message that none of us can escape death. In ‘Wrongside Tavern’ at first I was confused as to what Hank did, but as I continued to read the story I started to understand what he did. He had no real remorse for the human lives that were taken by accidents he was involved in. I had to admit that I literally laughed out loud when he tried to run from the girl and fell over a wagon. In the end though the victims got their justice even if it took them dying first to get it. I was drawn in by each story and the twisted endings. I especially enjoyed ‘Woodshop Math’. At first I thought ‘Oh great another weak girl’, but Sam impressed me. I am glad I kept reading and didn’t miss out on this. She didn’t resort to revenge on the bullies that tormented her, but she gave those jerks what they deserved and the fact that she did it to protect her best friend Tyler not caring about what she would face was very touching. It not only showed her strength, but how deep their connection went. Mark Tullius did a great job with this one in my opinion. This was very well done. Those were just a few stories that are apart of this collection. There are many more that are just as entertaining as these three. For instantes there’s one about an artist who paints death in all its gory details. There’s many more like this and it’s hard to just chose one or two to write about. They all have to do with death on some level or another. It’s not always those that deserve it that get it either. This is a fantastic and thought provoking collection of short stories that surprised me at every turn. Mostly dark horror stories, but all of the stories are a vehicle for Mark Tullius to showcase his skill at writing and bringing his imagination to life. I look forward to reading more from Mark Tullius. Reviewed at The Hungry Monster Book Review