Sunday, July 27, 2014

Think And Grow Dead

Think And Grow Dead by Max W Miller

Think and Grow Dead

A Quirky Tale Of Sweet Revenge

A prosperous architect decides to give up his downtown office and move his business to his home. His so called noble purpose is to spark his creativity by gazing down the spectacular hillside of his California estate. But the true reason has everything to do with his beautiful Hawaiian neighbor, Linda Mahelona who works daily in her greenhouse right in plain view.
Michael Henson’s appetite for unfaithfulness has driven a wedge between him and his wife, Patty. Now with his mind obsessively thinking about Linda, Patty had become a non-factor. Finally, he makes his move by going to see Linda. She gives him a tour of the exotic flowers in her green house, one in particular is a monstrous plant called a Silversword. The silversword frightens Michael, but not enough for him to abandon his corrupt intent for Linda.
Ever been bullied to the point of thinking about suicide? Ever suffered through the mental anguish and shame that comes after rape? Ever been beaten into submission? Do you believe in justice? If you answered yes to any of these questions: the end of "Think And Grow Dead" will read like Sweet Revenge.

4.0 out of 5 stars short and quickJuly 23, 2014
This review is from: Think And Grow Dead (Kindle Edition)
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review*

The cover is interesting, alluring almost. But I feel like the author should remove the "Tale of Sweet Revenge", as it gives away a lot of the story. Other than that, this is a short, very quick read. It's definitely twisting and strange. But in a good way. I'm sure a lot of women feel the way these ones do. I would love to be able to have something like this happen to someone who has wronged me! I think if you want a short fun read, grab this!
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