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He Died In Childbirth epub

by Victor Farrell


He Died In Childbirth epub

ISBN: 0595321151

ISBN13: 978-0595321155

Author: Victor Farrell

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Action & Adventure

Language: English

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 8, 2004)

Pages: 132 pages

ePUB book: 1871 kb

FB2 book: 1484 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 176

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HE DIED IN CHILDBIRTH David Cartwright thought he had gotten lucky when the beautiful blonde he met in a hotel bar invited him up to her room. He didn't feel so lucky, however, when he awoke in the morning and found himself trapped SATAN ENRAGED Two terrified demons, Shaamaz and Ashtar, have to explain to Satan why they couldn't deliver the soul they were sent to collect.

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You’re never going to measure up in the sack with a girl whose first name is Sweden. And the arrival of a junkie spells certain death, even for the most liberal household. A junkie it was went belly. Unpaid bills? Missing teaspoons? Stolen CD’s? I think we all know who’s responsible. I did the lounge room floor circuit after Melbourne. Eventually wound up back in Brisbane, in the front room of a huge place, high up on stumps in Birdwood Tce, Auchenflower.

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It all starts when he meets a beautiful girl in a bar. One thing leads to another for David Cartwright as he agrees to go back to Darlene Pritchard's hotel room

It all starts when he meets a beautiful girl in a bar. One thing leads to another for David Cartwright as he agrees to go back to Darlene Pritchard's hotel room. Thinking he got lucky, he's become the unluckiest man alive. Shockingly he awakens to discover himself in her body. It's the worst case of identity theft imaginable. Pritchard has stolen Cartwright's very body.

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Identity theft. It all starts when he meets a beautiful girl in a bar. One thing leads to another for David Cartwright as he agrees to go back to Darlene Pritchard's hotel room. Thinking he got lucky, he's become the unluckiest man alive.

Shockingly he awakens to discover himself in her body. It's the worst case of identity theft imaginable. Keys and credit cards are nothing - Pritchard has stolen Cartwright's very body. He also discovers the waves of nausea and vomiting he's experiencing are more then discomfort--it's pregnancy.

What follows is a cat and mouse game taking Cartwright around Canada, the U.S. and the astral plane as he tries desperately to regain his body and decide what to do about the baby. Making matters worse, if Cartwright hurts Pritchard, he hurts himself! It gives new meaning to the old saying, "I share your pain."

The pace continues to quicken as the baby comes to full term and Cartwright begins to run out of options, as Pritchard always seems to be one step ahead.

Will David Cartwright regain his body? What will become of the baby? The answers will surprise and shock you!

Reviewed by Rob Vogt, Journalist, Claresholm Local Press Claresholm Alberta, Canada

I liked the premise and looked forward to reading the book. Reading it, however, is a chore. The writing is on a level with the majority of internet fiction, which emphasizes volume over quality. There is an overabundance of exclamation points, and a lack of basic description of the scenes which would allow you to picture what the author imagines. The characters have the depth and complexity of wooden stick figures. A recurring thought that I had was that this is the second edition, which I assume would be an edited improvement over the first edition. Perhaps the third, (or fourth or fifth) edition will be a good read.
The characters seem shallow and silly... The concept would be terrifying, and maybe a bit exciting... But, the man now trapped in the female body seems to have zero interest in his new form... You would think that there might be some new limitations... Or he might at least see things in a slightly different perspective being smaller in both height and weight. His character is so driven to get his old body back that the reader wouldn't have known the difference if his body were stolen by another male... Except for the morning sickness which the author seems to find great delight in. The ending was completely silly and unsatisfying as well. We never get to know who these characters are... They both are just driven to do what they do for whatever reason... And the dialog is silly.
The above reviews and storie teaser info are all true! This book is well written & hard to put down. David just wants to get back, "I will not go through childbirth!!" "And therein lies the problem." "Tell me, then, are you heterosexual? Bisexual? Or What!!" "I always thought I was normal, with a healthy appetie for men, but I also wondered what it would be like to be a man. Now I know, and like it." "I'm going to let you have an abortion. This has been a very illumination conversation, but I like being you." "You'd kill the baby to keep being me?" "No David, You'll kill the baby. It's on your head. Stop following me. You'll never get what you want."
I am amazed at the poor reviews offered by two or three of this book's critics, and can only assume they expected the work to have a sexier theme. Having read the book I can understand Mr. Farrell's thinking when writing it: The character was not interested in exploring, or experimenting sexually, with the female body he was trapped in. His sole purpose was to get his body back at all costs. That was the theme of the book and well played out. I give it two thumbs up, and recommend it to anyone who likes the kind of story that can't be put down before finishing it!

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Not at all as Mr Cronkhite suggests. This book carried me away with imagination. I never put it down till I had finished it! I love Steven King books too, for the same reasons. Victor Farrell is a very talented writer. Five stars all the way. I also read his most recent book, "Scratch". If anyone likes this book, they would really love that one!!

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