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Let the Bodies By J. Edward Neill Let the Bodies In the old world city of Ellerae one person goes missing every day Poor little Mia doesn t stand a chance Or does she Let the Bodies A creepy short story follow up to s chilling tale Old Man of

  • Title: Let the Bodies
  • Author: J. Edward Neill
  • ISBN: 236450245765374212588615825886158214365714432588615820025886158230201525886158258861581436571443258861582588615832588615888271304798485325886158325886158
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Let the Bodies By J. Edward Neill In the old world city of Ellerae, one person goes missing every day.Poor little Mia doesn t stand a chance Or does she Let the Bodies A creepy short story follow up to 2014 s chilling tale, Old Man of Tessera One dead Every night Forever Let the Bodies also appears in the novella, The Hecatomb Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 35 pages Published June 30th 2015 by Tessera Guild Publishing More Details ASIN B010REZHYW Edition Language English Series The Hecatomb 2 Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Let the Bodies, please sign up

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    titikchokeng Bialois rated it it was amazing review of another edition I have to say right off that this was an awesomely fun read Though it s only twenty eight pages, the author did a fantastic job of making me care for the main character as she dealt with losing those around her and her wait to be next The ending took me by surprise, and I have mixed feelings on it meaning, I loved it but it was awkward at the same time It s hard to explain without giving anything away, but I thought it was an excellent payoff flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 16, 2016 Debra Barstad rated it it was ok review of another edition This book was ok short read not really what I

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    1. C.p. Bialois on said:

      I have to say right off that this was an awesomely fun read Though it s only twenty eight pages, the author did a fantastic job of making me care for the main character as she dealt with losing those around her and her wait to be next The ending took me by surprise, and I have mixed feelings on it meaning, I loved it but it was awkward at the same time It s hard to explain without giving anything away, but I thought it was an excellent payoff.

    2. Debra Barstad on said:

      This book was ok short read not really what I thought it would be.

    3. Jamie White on said:

      I came across this short story on Twitter and had to check it out The story centers around a place where people keep disappearing, and no one knows exactly what happened to them The author tells the story through the eyes of a young girl who is watching it all happen I loved the perspective, and the author did a great job of building the tension I don t want to say too much for fear of spoilers, but I will say that the ending hit me hard A very enjoyable and fast read for anyone who enjoys I cam [...]

    4. Steve O& on said:

      A creepy little tale.This is my first reading of O Neill s work Let the Bodies is one of a series of connected stories it feels like a Grimm fairy tale as filtered through the sensibility of Thomas Ligotti Although I wouldn t enjoy a steady diet of this kind of story, O Neill shows a good deal of promise.

    5. Lisa on said:

      This was the second part of a two part story, but it definitely stands on its own Now I ll have to read the first book This story was nicely written, and very eerie and atmospheric There wasn t a dull moment, and I know I ll read much from this author Highly recommended.

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