Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Trips to the Edge: Tales of the Unexpected by Diane Wing *Book Review*





Author: Diane Wing
ISBNN-13: 9781615992621
Page Count: 46 pages
Publisher: Modern History Press
Release Date: January 10, 2015



Synopsis:


The great and imaginative Diane Wing is at it again, this time creating a read that's comprised of 4 spine-chilling short stories that will bring you face-to-face with the long lasting consequences of a person's actions, through a seemingly-perfect different dimension, dining on sumptuous new cuisine in a mysterious new restaurant, and exploring the dark side of jealousy and revenge. Through her words Wing brings to life these impossible realities and makes the reader almost believe the impossible can be possible as they make their way through each short story. Add in an ominous, dark twist to each plot line and you've got Trips to the Edge.


My Thoughts:


I'm always so very excited when Diane contacts me with another opportunity, especially when it involves her books. She has such a unique writing voice and always adds a little bit of darkness to her tales which never fails to capture my attention from the get go. Whether it be my sense of whimsy she captures with her imaginative writings of mythical creatures and other realms or my love of being creeped out with her ominous plot twists, I can't seem to get enough! Plus, if you've read any of her work, she tends to include in her stories something....more; a lesson that needs to be learned perhaps or possibly just a deeper meaning hidden behind seemingly simple things like a walk in the park, a winding road that dead ends, or a new restaurant. Either way the reader comes away not only entertained by the story itself but also with their own personal line of thinking somewhat transformed. 


Trips to the Edge can be purchased through Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble.