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Premature Eradication - a Review
Premature Eradication is part one of a two-part adult suspense/thriller series written by James W. Lewis. Eradication is a noun that means total destruction. Premature is an adjective that means done too soon or before its time. Premature Eradication, with opening lines that made me think of Frankenstein, is a story about the planned total destruction of something before its time. What is being eradicated? Why has it been chosen to be destroyed?
The two main characters, Robert & Tosha, have been married for five years when things get just a little too slow in the bedroom. Tosha suggests her husband take this new pill she found and it does spice things up – a lot for Robert, but not enough for Tosha. Robert, an inconsiderate jerk, never waits around for her to catch up. Things are looking up for him, well, at least he thinks so.
One morning starts off very badly for him. He wakes up to find his wife has apparently turned psychotic when she tries to kill him, so he flees. Bad only gets worse when he discovers that the entire town seems to be deserted. Is he dreaming? It appears that he is starring in a never-before-seen episode of The Twilight Zone. Robert is living a nightmare and he just wants to escape from it.
What exactly would give a woman the desire to get rid of her husband or significant other? Would his inconsideration in the bedroom be enough? What about every male on the planet? Do they all deserve to be gotten rid of? Or maybe there should be just enough of each of them left to serve.
Will Tosha succeed with her perverted method of revenge? Is she working alone or is she working with others? Will Robert manage to get away from her?
This novella, only 25-pages long, is short enough to easily be read in one sitting. You won't be tempted to put it down. This story is definitely different, absolutely great, and positively chilling. I found a lot of humor injected into this story of how a woman scorned will react. I don't think it was meant to give anyone nightmares, but some men, especially if they behave as Robert does, may find that it will give them nightmares.
I received an Advance Reader Copy of this novella free of charge from the writer. If you would like your own copy to read and enjoy, I have provided an Amazon link below.
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