I greatly look forward to reading more literary fiction by Joshua Fields Millburn.
JFM has an incredible talent for detailed descriptions that paint vivid mental pictures of the characters and their surroundings.
As does his blog, this novella made me think about how I'm living my life and where I can make improvements.
As an avid reader of the Minimalist blogs and books, this fiction is a similar representation of Joshua's Life with a dream world twist. Very reflectivePublished 6 months ago by Nolan Ritter
Days after the Crash is an interesting book that reveals Joshua's most creative style. Will definitely recommend this book !Published 19 months ago by Pjvieira
I agree with the reviewers who claim that the author is going overboard with the metaphors and similes. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Thomas Hilmersen
No real story here. It's more autobiographical than anything if you are familiar with Joshua's background and blog. Three stars out of respect for the guy. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by Kunzodan
I am not a reader of his blog, and I downloaded this because it was free. Thank God it was free, because I would have been very upset if I had wasted money on this mess. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This is the second short story I have read about this character, and I can't wait for the full novel to experience Jody's whole story. Another excellent read from this author.Published on November 7, 2012 by Kathryn Frey
I've been reading some of the lower starred ratings, and I don't think many of them have read Joshua's fiction as a whole. Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by Radhika Morabia
Jody Grafton, 29 fizzled out into obscurity after a successful beginning as a musician at age 22.
After the death of his mother (seen in flash-back, post-writing) it... Read more
Joshua Fields Millburn has a gift for words and storytelling, and this compelling short is a great example of that. Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by Damian P. Gadal