Book Review: Deadly Vows

In life or death, sometimes the actions toward another person are not
forgotten. The invasions of another persons mind set can cause the
viewer to take a step back, sit up and imagine that the enemy does not
see what is coming. They are in the inner part of the enemy head to feel
the pain and not mix it up. In a new line up of horror stories, Mr.
Marsh takes us to the existence that there is more to life and death
that we already know. Marsh focuses hard on showing us the different
views of how pain and a doormat person can live inside us all and not
realizing it until it is to late. Marsh mind set is so strong on the
death of him, that he sheds a dark light just to allow us to read a
little concerning the demons inside us all. The style he shows is very
conversational and straight forward in his own dark ways. A book inside a
book, “The Deadly Vows” is the mindset of Mr. Marsh. “The Deadly Vows”
is powerful and offers us to see the evil we care not to see. The
question after reading this book is, “Is it safe to go out again,
knowing that there are people that are out there with his mindset. The
“The Deadly Vows” is a dark and painful raw emotions book to read and it
bares a spectrum of themes to comprehend.

My Review

Robert has a grasp for emotion that really pulls the reader into the authors world. Fear, anger, dismay and hope are just some of the emotions that are brought fourth as you read through the tidbit stories and poems.

I would have enjoyed knowing more about the types of situations that drove these emotions. However, each story brings to the surface a realization and connection to each person. We can all relate to the feelings and thoughts brought on us in the past.

As we travel across the hills of the highs and lows of the author you find yourself getting lost in the words. With each short story, poem and entry being less then a page long it is a quick and easy read.

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