Dark Tales of Vengeance

Jessica Samuels
3.0
2 reviews
Ebook
53
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

 Revenge comes in many forms, and in many ways. These are short stories about getting even with bullies, exes who have come back from the grave, and even getting even with evil bosses and coworkers. It even has the original version of The Killer Contract Agency, and Boyfriend Missing; Ex is a Zombie. There is a few short stories featuring Scarlet Summers who is the main character in Being a Vampire in Retail Sucks!, and she is a character that loves getting even with bullying men, and one that features Ella who is an assassin that focuses on getting rid of evil bosses and coworkers.
3.0
2 reviews
Genji Harada
September 9, 2019
If the editing/grammar was touched up there's a good story waiting to come out. There's also inconsistencies throughout the book when it comes to pacing (lack of detail where it appears the story is all over the place) and research such as intestines hanging out of a stomach (this is one discrepancy of many). Before reading I thought the killer contract agency was more noble/heroic but instead I learn they kill people for mundane selfish reasons which was a let down. I commend you for having the courage to put your book out for the world to see but unless improvements are made your novels wont become film adaptions let alone sell.
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About the author

Jessica Samuels has been a writer since she started writing in the fifth grade, and an avid reader since middle school. She has seriously started working on her craft when she finished her first short story and her first novel before she turned 21. She loves playing video games and buying notebooks and pens. 

 

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