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Deadly Vows Paperback – November 1, 2006
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This particular book contains many short stories, most of them no longer than a page, it also has a few poems and thoughts about his family and close friends.
Even when the pieces are short, he manages to tell a story and deliver many different feelings through them. Reading this book was a pleasure and I’m looking forward to reading it again, and also to read any other books by Robert Marsh. He is a truly gifted writer.
I would recommend it to everyone who loves a well written and sentimental book. It won’t disappoint you.
I would have enjoyed knowing more about the types of situations that drove these emotions. However, each story brings to the surface a realization and connection to each person. We can all relate to the feelings and thoughts brought on us in the past.
As we travel across the hills of the highs and lows of the author you find yourself getting lost in the words. With each short story, poem and entry being less then a page long it is a quick and easy read.
Written with unique perception, “Deadly Vows” is intriguing read, pulling you into the world of carefully developed characters and woven plots that are skilfully enacted. It’s a most attractive reading when you wish to depart from your known world and search for a new human experience on a non-earthly level.
Robert writes in a deep style that is moving and affecting on emotional level. While reading the book I found myself entering that dark place at the bottom of the mind, facing a dormant person he is talking about. Five stars, definitely!