Memorial, by Joseph A. Pinto, is a story I would expect to have come from the mastery of an author of Joe's stature. This tale is short, but there are many twists and turns, with back-story added at just the right times and in appropriate measure. And the ending: what an ending it is.
This fantastic tale is only .99, my friends and is worth far more than that.
Nicholas is a sculptor, renowned throughout the land.
But now he suffers from a ruined hand; worse yet, a fractured soul.
When his brother hires his talents for a final time, however, Nicholas suddenly finds himself at a crossroads: sculpt the only love he has ever known - his own brother's wife.
Or carve a memorial for her heart...
By A. Sheehan on June 8, 2015
A tale that echoes some of the classics in horror fiction, Memorial touches on the anguish of the human spirit in the face of love and loss. How do you memorialize a soul mate you didn't dare pursue in life? Loved the ending! A real page turner.