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Is love undying? Was there ever any question?,
By A Customer
This review is from: Undying Love (Hardcover)
I cannot believe that Gerry Wood wrote the ONLY review on this absolutely wonderful book by Ben Harrison. It must be the most difficult task in the world to write an objective book about necrophelia, but Harrison is the master of the impossible. He creates an unlikely, but very real hero, Count Carl von Cosel, whose passionate love for the beautiful, but doomed, Elena Milagro Hoyos makes her immortal - at least until law enforcement bursts the bubble of imagination that protects both the Count and Elena from the harsh world of reality.
I urge readers to read this intriguing book in unison with Edwin Murphy's "After the Funeral" for an understanding of the importance of the dead to the living.
If Ben Harrison or author Gerry Wood [fellow reviewer and fellow author] wants to contact me I am
Virginia McCullough firstname.lastname@example.org