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A very humorous piece, I had some laugh out loud moments while reading it. I could visualise this, performed as a skit, or perhaps lengthened into a fully fledged play. The characters are strong and the story line has a good circular feel to it. Enjoyable, I would recommend it.
Diane OHara Boucher
Loved it. Great characters, funny and entertaining.
Off the wall incongruity appeals to my sense of humour.
Very, very good. As well as being technically excellent it's hilarious! Quite an achievement to locate realistically an all-too-believable community of long-dead corpses. The varied environment of rot and decay, viscous fluids and severed heads, are completely normal for these recognisable dead ones. I love the way it's left to the reader's imagination to envisage the reactions of the living upon encountering a hideous corpse who's just popped out on a mundane task. Will definitely read more of this accomplished author's tales.
Amusing, but a strange ending. I wondered if the author really meant to be the end it like that.
This is a very entertaining short story, clever and good fun.
It's hard to write humour and Malcolm Twigg has achieved this with strong characters and some neat twists.
I rather hoped that one of the benefits of an afterlife would be , no more arthritis! This story is deliciously and disgustingly macabre. Very amusing.
Very funny. I really enjoyed this short story. Just my cup of tea.
Very descritive, funny and weird at the same time. Unusual to say the least characters I could visulise. Mr Twig you can write comedy very well.
Very funny! Very bizarre! I would recommend getting in touch with the Blender community to see if someone would like to make a 3D animation of it, it would have a lot of potential.
Very funny, especially if you have a taste for the slightly(er, very) weird! Great punch line!
Fabian de Kerckhove
With a throughline of humour, the story certainly delivers on taking an absurd concept and stretching it to the amusing extreme.
I had high expectations from this, because I’ve read Malcolm Twigg’s reviews on other stories and it’s clear he is well-read and familiar with the ways of writing fiction. It’s written in a dialect, in spoken language (which some may not be familiar with), and I would not call this an easy read. The backdrop was interesting, not come across that before in a short story. Good fun for those who are familiar with this humour.
What a great introduction to Yours2Read. A fun story, inspired as many good stories are by a real event. I loved the word images Malcolm Twigg creates, I could imagine both the characters and the setting. I love to write dialogue as it can really help the story move along while also developing the characters and this is just what the author achieves. I have wanted to write humour for a while and will read this wonderful story again to see what nuggets of humorous wisdom I can learn from it Definitely a story I would recommend to other readers.
A very funny story even if a bit morbid. I quite enjoyed it.
As regards the technical side of the writing. I could find no faults - not even a typo. Well done.
I love this story, it's original and it really made me chuckle. I'll look forward to reading more of your stories.
I enjoyed this story very much. The concept was original and humorous. Each paragraph entices the reader to find out more. At no stage did I want to leave this story. There was no attempt at flowery or 'clever ' phraseology which made it easy to read and appreciate. A very well put together piece. Thank you.
Enjoyed this. Very different from anything I have read before. Imaginative. Humorous. And caused me to google 'cartwheel tuppenny'.
I'm not into E-reading, but the title caught my eye and the concept my interest! It's short and witty, and gruesome, it would have gone down well in "Tales of the unexpected!"
They told me Spike Milligan had died. He said he wasn't well. Great humour - well portrayed leaving everything to the imagination. A bit crowded in there. I think I will opt for cremation. Well done again Malcolm.