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M. Stevens-David Review: "Let Me Tell You a Story" Charles Keith Hardman
By M. Stevens-David
Jul 16, 2014 - 7:18:10 PM

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The promotional material for this book says:

  • Let Me Tell You a Story is a collection of short stories that takes the reader on a different kind of journey than is offered through today's mainstream media. The brevity of each story matches current attention spans, while the atmosphere of the stories harkens back to shows of the author's youth, such as The Twilight Zone and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

"Let Me Tell You a Story" by Charles Keith Hardman contains 12 short stories that I found very interesting about topics that I normally do not choose to read. And these stories certainly make one think about all the things they have been told from their very birth.

"Things" like "is there really a Heaven and a Hell?" "Does the Devil really exist and does he know how to find you?" "If you tell a lie will it haunt you forever?" "Do Angels really fly off to Heaven?" "Can you really tell when someone you know is evil?"

As human beings, all of us have been told stories about our ancestors and what happened to them while on this earth and this short collection really makes one question their own family history.

Would I recommend this book to others? YES!

Martha Stevens-David
Email:
lmdmsd@megalink.net


Charles Keith Hardman is the author of Let Me Tell You a Story, The Curse, and No Lullaby for Tommy. He enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and underwater photography.

"Let Me Tell You a Story"
By Charles Keith Hardman
ISBN: 978-1-48080-548-4
148 pages
Prices $12 / $4


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