Monday 30 August 2021

Feasting Upon The Bones: A Collection of Twisted Tales by Suzanne Craig-Whytock

I finished reading the short story collection Feasting upon the Bones by Suzanne Craig-Whytock. 

Step into the world of the unexpected, where things aren’t always as they seem. From disturbing jigsaw puzzles and portentous stones to mysterious notebooks and ghostly encounters, Feasting Upon The Bones is a collection of twenty-seven short stories that delve into the themes of love and loss, revenge and retribution, and mortality and immortality. Told with imaginative flair, and the occasional touch of dark humor, this intriguing series of twisted tales has something for everyone. 

Time’s a-ticking, as Mr. Death would say, so open the cover and wander around.

I found it a fabulous collection of short stories. The first story, The Grandmother Tree, really sets the tone for the rest of the collection. Some are thoughtful, others have a delightful twist to them. There wasn't one of the 27 which I didn't enjoy.

About Suzanne Craig-Whycock

Love of literature and writing came to Suzanne Craig-Whytock at an early age and continued into adulthood, leading her to earn an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature from Wilfrid Laurier University. She has worked in education most of her life and was a high school English teacher in Ontario for over 20 years. She has authored both fiction and non-fiction works, from short stories and poetry to academic documents and educational resource materials. She regularly publishes humorous essays focused on city life, politics, current events, and popular culture on her website.

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