Three Heads

Three Heads Nick lived life with a yearning to spread delight He sacrificed himself for others to have joy He was always a hundred percent He was always full speed ahead He was always wearing a genuine smile I ha

  • Title: Three Heads
  • Author: Rob Einsle
  • ISBN: 9781311303097
  • Page: 437
  • Format: ebook
  • Nick lived life with a yearning to spread delight He sacrificed himself for others to have joy He was always a hundred percent He was always full speed ahead He was always wearing a genuine smile I hated to have to kill him.The following narrative is 1 the story of our friendship2 a whole bunch of misused em dashes and probably several other grammatical errors3 a cNick lived life with a yearning to spread delight He sacrificed himself for others to have joy He was always a hundred percent He was always full speed ahead He was always wearing a genuine smile I hated to have to kill him.The following narrative is 1 the story of our friendship2 a whole bunch of misused em dashes and probably several other grammatical errors3 a chronicle of our devious adventure4 a novel full of clich s5 the reason for Nick s brutal disposal6 a whole slew of words I got out of a thesaurus because that s what beginner writers do7 a warningLet us start from the beginning

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    1. I really enjoyed this book, it's a great story with lots of twists and turns. The author has a unique writing style that really allows you to get a mental picture of what is going on in the story. Look forward to reading more books by him.

    2. I’m very glad I came across this author, because this book was one of the most refreshing and enjoyable reads for me of recent months. The author has a gifted talent for writing, and at times the prose reminded me of Bret Easton Ellis, which is a good thing because I have all his books! The dialogue was perfect, and the story effortlessly – and successfully – fuses together a multitude of genres culminating in a brilliant conclusion. I’m really looking forward to more from this author, a [...]

    3. Really dug this book; very well-written and captivating but still funny and easy to read Seamlessly fuses various genres (pulp, beat, etc.) and jumps around in the timeline in a way that isn't distracting or hard to follow Interesting characters and a plot that escalates towards a great/unexpected conclusion - definitely worth checking out!

    4. Classic terribly pompous grandiloquent sesquipedalian tripe that rookies spew. I should have just read a thesaurus instead. A dictionary has better character development and plot.

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