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Memento Mori: Remember That You Will Die Paperback – April 4, 2014
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The two Editor's Choice Awards go to Jim Meirose for "Death Watch" and Dona Fox for "Grace at the End." Although all content is indeed excellent, I enjoyed the use of second person in Meirose's "Death Watch" and Fox's "Grace at the End" was a quite emotional read. Congratulations to all poets, authors and artists included in this very excellent anthology!
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So here goes. Let me begin with Dona’s flash fiction piece "Pop A Death. Despite its brevity, this frighteningly realistic look into the possible future pastime of experiencing death as a drug-induced thrill seeking activity was chilling. Without spoiling the end, let me just encourage you to spend five minutes to take a trip into the future where you can discover this new generation of LSD which might very well be available from your favorite drug dealer.
Dona’s second offering is “Grace at the End.” What is so amazing about Dona’s writing in this longer short story is that she weaves a beautifully detailed and complete tapestry of an aunt chasing her beautiful niece and through a meadow. As a mother of three daughters I can assure you that Dona’s descriptions of the facial expressions, words, and actions of the little girl are spot on. Her writing is so detailed, and yet economical (not one word is wasted), that the reader’s mind seamlessly translates her prose into a surprising innocent moving picture that belies its’ inclusion in an anthology of horror stories. But keep reading...”Grace at the End” definitely earns its position as one of the best horror stories that I have ever read.
Dona Fox is definitely an author to watch.
I can't wait to read everything here, and everything else Dona has written,
Brava and bravo!
If you are a fan of short stories and/or want to scare children and sensitive adults, I highly recommend this compilation.