- File Size: 14646 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Publisher: DevilDog Press (December 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0193M3840
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #785,098 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As an avid coffee drinker, this story was horrifying and quite possible if a diabolical deviant decides to "Creat his /her own blend of coffee."Lucky for me, I make my coffee at home.
The story takes place is a small town of Hammond Beach in Florida.A strange mysterious man James Fortson comes to town and decides to open up a fancy coffee shop by the name of "Coffee Stop".They carried all types of coffee at first. While James sat behind a large two-way mirror in his office his very capable manager Betty Coburn worked the front and wore a headset that allowed James and her to communicate.He had asked Betty to relay to the other employees to push the store brand of coffee.Mary Walters was one of Bettys favorite employees she was a sweet girl and the daughter of the local Police Chief Buck, who never liked coffee.Mary was able to get the customers to try the house blend even if they were reluctant to do so.
Well it wasn't long before just about everyone who bought coffee at the Coffee Stop, was drinking the house blend, people would make several trips a day to buy more coffee, sometimes a few cups at a time. You see the line to buy coffee at the Coffee Stop was very long and could at times be around the block or even further.There were a few tables to sit at inside the small shop. They were always full.
So Mary and a few noncoffee drinkers began to notice, there was no longer the friendly chatter with those waiting in line for their chance to order coffee.In fact the lines movement seemed almost robotic, in the nonthinking mindless sort of way.There seemed to be a phenomenon taking place with the town folk, they were losing their inhibition they were acting on their deepest desires.Kenny who dreamed of being a writer blew off his responsibilities at the shoe store to write before long he had lost his job. Jean Garvin was gambling there are many more examples. Before long they had to limit how many people they would allow in the shop at one time due to a violent outburst. It was at this point James had told Betty they were going to lock and close the doors to the shop for a few day, he wanted Betty to post signs so everyone know well in advance.
To find out what happened next pick up a copy of Green River Blend By Armand Rosamilia.
This was a wickedly delightful story told by a Master.I love Small Town America and love to read of the locals and their quirkiness.Armand is a master at not only telling a story but painting a realistic view of both the characters and location. He makes you ponder the plausibility of something like this really happening near where you live.That is part of the fun in reading a Supernatural thriller.Armand Rosamilia did a wonderful job of bring this story to life.
I will not bore you with too many details but I will say that this author has crafted some great characters with good definition and a story line that is engrossing. And it all has to do with a special blend of coffee and a manipulative store owner with evilness seldom seen in a book.
I give this book 4.40 out of 5 stars because I couldn't help relating the story, in my mind, to the old Night Gallery TV series. Having said that, you would think it was an honor to be compared to Rod Sterling but Mr. Sterling would have proofed more of the script.
I want you to enjoy this book and keep an open mind. And, Mr. Rosamilia will keep your attention and mess with your nerves.
Played well on Text-To-Speech
I so loved this book! It was like King's Needful Things but so much better!
I enjoyed "meeting" new townspeople and figuring out how the Green River blend would affect them. It was just such a fun read and I am definitely going to buy the sequel.