Coffin Humor #(2020)
- Title: Coffin Humor
- Author: John Brinling
- ISBN: -
- Page: 327
- Format: Kindle Edition
Noah awoke in a casket.The casket was on display in a funeral parlor.He awoke several times in the same casket and each time had a conversation with the funeral services practitioner, a strange man named Jeremy Black.During these exchanges, he became aware that his memory was seriously impaired.Each time, however, he learned a little bit about his past through aNoah awoke in a casket.The casket was on display in a funeral parlor.He awoke several times in the same casket and each time had a conversation with the funeral services practitioner, a strange man named Jeremy Black.During these exchanges, he became aware that his memory was seriously impaired.Each time, however, he learned a little bit about his past through a reliving of the last desperate few days.He also learned that the recovery of his memory would lead to his death.Problem was It might already be too late.
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Coffin Humor by John Brinling is not your every day kind of humor story But it is entertaining in a rather bizarre way A man keeps waking up in a coffin at a mortuary every morning, wearing a different outfit each time He can t remember much of anything, including why he s there Nevertheless he engages in banter with the undertaker regarding the various prices for different coffins or cremation urns, while the undertaker rather abruptly insists that he get out of the coffin and leave, or he d ca [...]
This was an interesting short story in a gotcha format The story opens with Noah waking up in a coffin in a funeral home The funeral director discovers him lying there and an ongoing discussion results Noah can t quite figure out how he ended up in the coffin or why he woke up This is an imaginative and interesting short story with a cool twist I don t want to go into too many details because of the nature of the story.I like John Brinling s style He keeps the reader entertained throughout and t [...]
John Brinling, Coffin Humor Digital Services, no date given My first exposure to John Brinling And, honestly, had I not downloaded a couple of other things at the same time viz review of the much superior A Memorable Weekend elsewhere this ish , it probably would have been my last My best guess is that this is meant to be a kind of sci fi mystery hybrid, and I think in the hands of someone with a bit experience trying to pull that thing off, it might well have been a cracking little story This, [...]
How would you like to wake up in a casket, sitting in a funeral parlor, day after day That s what s happening to Noah He doesn t have complete memories a dead wife and the man she was going to testify against What is really going on You ll have to read this ebook to find out I m not telling.
Meh, for a free Kindle short it wasn t bad, but it was very confusing, with all of the action happening too quickly at the end It wasn t overly coherent, due to the main character not being coherent himself I personally don t like to read from the point of view of a crazy person, so this didn t really appeal to me.
I read this book to my husband one evening and we both laughed out loud a lot It has some bad language in it, which we could have done without, but the story was still good despite this We haven t felt that other stories we ve read by this author have been as good.
The writing is actually painful to read I thought this was written by a middle or high schooler The author tried to make the writing read like people talk but it just didn t work The concept is cool but it would need to be thought out for a real story.
This was a very short story that I read on my Kindle It took about 5 10 minutes for me to read it I didn t pay for the book, it was an freebie.All that being said, I enjoyed it immensely It was suspenseful and the ending was unexpected and made me laugh
A weird short story with a bit if a surprise ending Lovin these freebie short stories I got on my Kindle.
Intersting concept The problem was it was a little too rushed and the subject matter did not really make it a good short story.
The writing of this short story is kind of like a Stephen King knock off This was a free download in the Kindle store.
Funny sarcastic short story
eh, not worth the read
Thank goodness it was free I would have been upset if I had paid money for it A bit confusing.
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