Jenacide By Bibliophile Book Review: Bedtime for Seneca

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51TpSpa8ebL._SX348_BO1,204,203,200_Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the author, M. Duda, for an honest review.

Genre: Short Story/Fiction/Fantasy/Horror/Paranormal

Plot: Five speculative tales weave a complex tapestry of tragedy, horror, and loss
leading readers into dark places…but not necessarily guiding them back to the light.

  • Five different short stories
  • Each story weaves a thread of tragedy and irony

A darkly disturbing book of adult bedtime fables, Bedtime for Seneca offers five separate glimpses into worlds hidden just out of sight, ranging from the seemingly mundane to the fantastical.

“Three Nights in Budapest” explores an estranged father’s last, desperate attempt to gain his daughter back at any cost. In “Mortal Image,” Life accepts a mysterious assignment from her superiors that requires working with her obnoxious, unkempt coworker–Death.

Meanwhile, a nervous smoker with a lover who’s both more and less than he seems seeks help for his addiction from a decidedly odd…

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