Out of my Mind, by John E. Petty


With the exception of one short story, most of the characters have one tone: haughty. Normally this is the kind of thing that doesn’t sit well with me as a reader. However, with the types of tales Petty crafted, as well as the kinds of characters involved, the tone was brilliant. It helped me feel either love or hatred for the narrator and really got me into the stories.

Between word usage and the depth of the research involved with certain tales, this was a roller coaster of emotions from start to finish. I loved it.

If you’re the type that enjoys poetry, there are some unique poems interspersed throughout to allow you to collect yourself and prepare for the next story.

Buy it here!

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