Flashes of Vice: Vol III – Paperback

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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A Collection of Flash Fiction Stories

by Vincent de Paul

Flashes of Vice: Vol III is a collection of flash fiction stories on terrorism, the distant near future, conspiracies, why aliens have beef with humans, and the scars of war.

The stories begin and end without warning: like ‘Allah’s Open Letter to Terrorists’, or the story of the virgin girl who vowed never ever to have sex with terrorists in heaven. Or the serial killer military widow who kills her dead husband’s friends for revenge. Or the untold story of Jesus’s resurrection in ‘How Did the Dead Escape?’

The stories take you into the future, a flash of alien invasion into the world, and the all-time-juicy conspiracies to make the world a better place.

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Description

Author: Vincent de Paul
Country: Kenya
ISBN: 978-9966-100-06-1
Format: Paperback
Language: English

 

Additional information

Dimensions 14 x 20 cm

1 review for Flashes of Vice: Vol III – Paperback

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    The reader picks something after every story. Never a dull paragraph or tale narrated. The organization of the story is also laudable. The language used in the book is a bit strong; it doesn’t make the stories any less interesting. This being a part of book series, I must admit the author is really gifted when we are talking about flash fiction. This genre of literature is a go-to for folks who are not fans of Long-Reads. A 4/5 star from me.
    For new readers in this type of genre, I would advice that you look for both the first and second volumes of this book series. Flashes of Vice Volumes I and II are as good as the third volume. The author never disappoints. His style of writing is out of this world. This book is such a nice weekend read.

    • mysterypublishers

      Thank you, Nancy, for your review. We appreciate your reading and taking time to say something about our books.

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