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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

BLOOD: Review - Gina Ranalli's 'Suicide Girls in the Afterlife'

Bowie V. Ibarra

Gina Ranalli's Suicide Girls in the Afterlife is a dark tale that's going to play with your emotions.  One minute, you'll be chuckling at the absurd world the protagonist has entered.  The next, you'll be smacked in the face with the darkness of the same world.

The story is about a girl named Pogue who committed suicide and is trying to navigate her way through the afterlife.  She's led to a hotel to wait her turn to find her place in eternity.  She makes friends with another girl named Katina, who also killed herself by overdosing on drugs, and the two go on a nightmarish and bizarre adventure through the hotel to discover their ultimate fate.

Gina crafted some really great moments in the story, creating an strange world that seemed to have a basis in the earthly realm, but with completely new rules.  With the author having complete freedom to create the world, Ranalli takes you on a bizarre ride as the girls get into mischief all around the hotel, meeting people and seeing things they'll never forget.

I thoroughly enjoyed Gina Ranalli's Suicide Girls in the Afterlife.  It was a crazy, yet touching journey in the surreal nightmare of the hereafter.

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BOWIE V. IBARRA is the author of the 'Down the Road' zombie horror series from Permuted Press.  He earned a BFA in Acting and a MA in Theatre History from Texas State University.  Network with Bowie at his official website, today.

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