Sunday, June 8, 2014
THINK AND GROW DEAD by Max W. Miller lands in THE HOT SEAT REVIEWS
Think and Grow Dead
by Max W. Miller will be my first new review in too long a time.
For many months my spine has only known the pain generated years ago by a Michael Henson type.
My name is Linda, but unlike the Linda Max Miller writes of, I have no connection to the rich soils burbling beneath the Hawaiian territory, nor do I know of one such as she. Perhaps if I did, I would not have to admit reading this powerful story is the first time in many, many months, no, years, my spine has felt anything not ensnared by the level of "love" it received all those many, many years ago.
Long ago I came upon the belief that anything the mind can create is a reality out there in the Universe.
Knowing that, I truly hope a deeply rooted place somewhere in the cosmos is nurturing a garden where the Michael Hensons who planted their seeds in my spinal garden is creating the rich top spoil that will make them perfect plants for Linda Mahelona's garden of retribution.
How young must the victim of the future retribution plant's design be before justice pulls the roots deep into its eternal soil. 4, 8, 16. 21, 30?
Thank you Max Miller for giving my spine it's first tingles of something other than soul crunching pain.
This is a short, powerful, well paced story that tells me I want to jump on the Max Miller band wagon...I recommend it highly.
THINK AND GROW DEAD
and a deep, abiding
thank you. I NEEDED this story more than mere words can express right