Short Story Review: Purple by Jennett Edmond

Josh Mclendon has spent the last month trying to find a cure for the purple plague.  However, seeing people die everyday and knowing that as yet he hasn’t been able to do anything about it is crushing him.  The only person who can make him feel better about what he is doing, who can make him believe in himself, is his wife, Arizona.

The question is, will Josh be able to find a cure before he becomes personally affected by the disease?

Purple is a tale of love and loss, and is full of emotion.  The story is engaging, the characters believable and the dialogue flows smoothly.

This short story is definitely worth a read.  It’s quick, enjoyable and engaging.  A great read.

I downloaded this free short story from Smashwords.

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