Welcome everyone to another big week on the Writer's Revolution. I am your host, the author of The Phoenix Blade, Andrew Hess. Today, we'll be reviewing the book Sulfurings
Synopsis:In the ancient past, God destroyed Sodom & Gomorrah for their wickedness - so the legend goes. In Sulfurings: Tales from Sodom & Gomorrah, 18 authors tell their own stories about the destruction of the ancient cities.
These tales are apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic in the highest order. You'll meet creatures great and small, real and imaginary, struggling to survive a sudden calamity that not only takes them by surprise but takes their lives and the lives of their loved ones. There are glimpses of redemption and depictions of fleshly horror. But every story is well told and deserving to be read.
Sulfurings: Tales from Sodom & Gomorrah consists of 10 flash fiction stories, 6 short stories, 1 poem, and one creative essay.
Rating: 4 out of 5
While this book is filled with random stories that at first appear to make no sense, you eventually see them tie together very nicely. The contributing authors joined together beautifully to tell the story of the sudden destruction from each author's perspective. Although unorthodox, Sulfurings was one of the most creative books I have read in quite some time. It was an easy read and can be read through quickly. The only negative thing I can say is that I wished there was more to each story and was too quick of a read for me.
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