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Apartment 23A [Kindle Edition]

Eugene Cusie , Doree Anne
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Robert Jenkins has been having nightmares since he was twelve years old. Now he's siting at the breakfast table with his wife who is leaving him for an older man. One moment she is sitting in front of him and the next he's on top of her lifeless body covered in blood. Was it murder? Go forward a few months and she's talking to him on the phone. Did it even happen? In this story one man has to fight to discover what's real and not.

The second book from the Author of "Finding the Flower Girl" comes this twisted tale of story filled with murder, arson, and demons.

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  • File Size: 211 KB
  • Print Length: 188 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1475141521
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0077EKR32
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,031,808 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deceptively Captivating. February 10, 2012
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Mr. Cusie has done it again. I began this book and then found I couldn't put it down. It is a great supernatural look into the mind of a man falling apart at the seams. As you move through the pages that are the life of this man, you see the mistakes he inevitably makes and the attempts to right his life before it is too late. Sometimes, though, it is too late even before it begins. If you like suspense, if you like characters you can truly feel something for, this is the story for you.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Robert Jenkins Exists in His Own World February 27, 2012
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Apartment 23A is a work that will blow your mind. It is a work of a person who I would love to meet who blends both detail and insanity in equal measure. The work jumps back and forth in a way that will keep you guessing as where it will end up. The main character Robert Jenkins is a talented and dangerous psychopath. The strength of Apartment 23A by Eugene Cusie is the gradual and I do mean gradual revelation of who Robby Jenkins really is. His ex-wife Samantha and mother-in-law Wanda are dead - or they? His parents are dead and how did they die? He had dreams of digging in a hole, trees burning around him, and a book found in a box - is it a Grimoire or a Bible? Robert sleepwalks and those around him are concerned. All in all, Robert exists in his world and stays there, the better part of him protecting him from the outside world. The approach of A 23A is from his own mind, the reality around him, and the visions that drive him forward.
I should give fair warning that if you are of somewhat unstsble mental balance, it would be a best bet on the nature of the writing to Never read this in its entirety; this would not be advised. The writing is that good that it weaves fantasy and reality with equal measure. Each section leads to another and closer to the answers you get, you don't....reslly wsnt to know.
Eugene Cusie's previous work Finding the Flower Girl was a reading of discovery and the same applies to Apartment 23A. Read every word, learn who this man is, follow the clues placed along the way, and you be led to never where you wished to go. And then...don't expect the neat and pat answers. Like most of what we call life, some of the answers only make sense to those who experience them. If you're still with me & you want to know more about this book (and you should), download it and tell the writer his works of fiction are that damned good. Eugene Cusie has never disappointed me yet.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One mans reality is another mans insanity... March 26, 2012
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Apartment 23A is the story of Robert Jenkins, a man troubled by nightmares, hallucinations & the demons of his past. He truly doesn't know what's real & what is being fabricated by his mind. Is his soon to be ex-wife alive, or did he murder her? Is his soul possessed by a demon, or is it simply the hallucinations of a fractured mind? While the story bounces around quite a bit, and you have to pay close attention to what's going on, it all starts to come together by midway through the book. When you reach the end, everything makes perfect sense, and you don't feel frustrated, or think that you may have missed something. It has mispellings, and maybe some punctuation & grammatical errors, but overall, the story is well written & imaginative, an enjoyable read. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a book that make you stop & think.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Story But Needs Work June 1, 2012
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This is the story of Robert Jenkins, a man haunted by something in his past and now, with a marriage that is falling apart, and possibly murder. But we don't know. It could be hallucinations, he could be possessed, he could be insane or this could all be a dream.

The problem for me with this book is the story jumped around too much and there were some grammar and spelling errors combined word usage that did not flow with what Eugene was trying to impart. The basis of the story was great and with some work and some structural editing, this story does have a chance to be better. I wanted to feel something for Robert but all I was left with was confusion. Also Samantha and Lori were not developed enough to feel anything for the characters either. Yes the ending did wrap things up, but I am stubborn and stayed to the end. Some readers I don't think would get that far.

The positives were the idea of the story. Absolutely loved the idea and where it was trying to go. Eugene has all the right elements to make this a truly creepy tale.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good book! June 23, 2012
By ferri
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As others have mentioned it needs editing, but other than that, wow! Great story, strong characters, pretty darn spooky, which is exactly what I was looking for. :) I will read more by this author.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Suspenseful and Insane June 4, 2012
By Jenn
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What is going on? What is real? What is all in Robert's mind? These are questions you will ask yourself while reading this wonderful and imaginative book. Eugene Cusie writes this book with so much emotion that you can feel anger radiate from the pages as he tells the story of his main character, Robert. I cannot even come close to knowing how this poor man lived with all of the horror that found his within his dream world every night since he was a wee kid. Then to find out the woman you married is nothing but a horrible person who never loved you is just the icing on the cake for this poor torture soul.

I enjoyed this book very much, but be warned if you take too long to read it you may have to go back a couple of pages to get caught back up a little. This is one of those books where it captures you while you are reading but has dates that jump back and forth that may be confusing for some.
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More About the Author

Eugene W. Cusie (born February 11th, 1985) is the author of 'Finding the Flower Girl' and 'Apartment 23A', 'The End of Tomorrow - The Bomb and the Cage' as well as the soon to be released 'The End of Tomorrow - Through the Smoke'. At a very early age Eugene was hooked on all things horror and heavy metal music. After moving from New York to Florida due to his severe childhood asthma he further discovered horror with one of his childhood friends that introduced him to horror movies from the 70's and 80's.
Eugene was always encouraged to be anything he wanted to be by his parents, the dream of one day becoming a horror writer seemed far out of reach for him. Even after starting to write around the age of twelve he never followed through on his dream until he was much older.

After Eugene became a Correction Officer for the Florida Department of Corrections in 2004 he began writing what would later become 'The Bomb and the Cage'. Eugene worked the night shift for seven years and left him with hour upon hour to his thoughts. This led to countless stories that he would tell co-workers, many of which did not like working with him due to his twisted a grotesque tales. Until one day Eugene started to write his first tale, one that he had been keeping deep inside for many years.
Eugene lives in Central Florida in the United States with his lovely wife Ella, two dogs Captain and Angel, and three cats Pepper, Suzi, and Fuzzy.

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