All Hallows' Eve

All Hallows Eve Halloween The one day a year people wear ridiculous outfits and drink for reasons they don t understand Unless they are British Then they do that every day In a trendy London bar three friends meet

  • Title: All Hallows' Eve
  • Author: Scott Andrews
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: ebook
  • Halloween The one day a year people wear ridiculous outfits, and drink for reasons they don t understand Unless they are British Then they do that every day.In a trendy London bar, three friends meet up at a fancy dress party, in appropriately silly clothes for such an occasion Each of them content to hide their true selves behind their costumes The trouble is there aHalloween The one day a year people wear ridiculous outfits, and drink for reasons they don t understand Unless they are British Then they do that every day.In a trendy London bar, three friends meet up at a fancy dress party, in appropriately silly clothes for such an occasion Each of them content to hide their true selves behind their costumes The trouble is there are some things you can t hide from Like fate.

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      Published :2019-02-07T21:17:39+00:00

    One thought on “All Hallows' Eve”

    1. "All it took was a moment, a second, a blink of an eye, for the landscape of the universe to change. The future shifted, moulded and melted into one." That was something. It was funny, honest, and direct to the point. It was entertaining, with rarely any dull parts. Add to that, the easiness and flow of Scott's writing, that hooks you up from page one. The only problem I had with this one is that there was a part that I didn't know what the hell was going on, and who was talking and who was not. [...]

    2. What can I say.I laughed at the end of page 1, which is generally a good start.An oddly amusing little story. Amazing how any one of us can fit any of the characters.I liked the cynicism and combined elusive sarcasm, and the fact thatI feel like I may visited a few places similar to that mentioned!Overall, a good bit of almost serious humour.

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