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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Review: When Color Bleeds by Estevan Vega

When Colors BleedWhen Colors Bleed
by Estavan Vega
Publisher: Self Published

Publication Date: March 4, 2011

I was quite surprised about these three short stories. They really made you think and they draw you into them and the whole time it has you guessing what the end result will be. All of them are tragic and haunting. 

Baby Blue tells the story of a Casey who works at a department store. A strange man visits once a week and asks to try on the same suite and shirt. They build a comfortable relationship. Then one day he buys the suit and Casey is shocked by what she reads in the paper the next day. Extremely heartbreaking in the end. Vanilla Red is creepy! It takes you into the mind of a psycho and what his thinking was when he murdered a woman. Very jumbled thoughts and crazy thinking!! The Man in the Colored Room we find ourselves in a room with a cup of coffee and a man named Collin. I was wondering was this a kidnapping or a man having a bad trip. Of course it was neither! Collin is visited by a man named Jack and Jack lays out Collin's life. Tells him was his addiction worth losing his family. Collin wants to change and says he will change but it is too late.

Rating: 3 STARS

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