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WHEN THE DEEP PURPLE FALLS

Going Down

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Sep 28, 2013: Reading When the Deep Purple Falls is a bit like being at the top of the Grand Canyon to start a hike – it might be an interesting journey, but it quickly becomes evident that the path here is down all the way. It is, for the most part, an eerily quiet depiction of a criminal whose life is falling apart, and who’s too numb to really feel it or know what to do. Our protagonist, Frank (a.k.a. Bardos), works for Mack, who seems to be sort of a small-time [more . . .]

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HOW TO AVOID DEATH ON A DAILY BASIS

The story improves quickly and is still getting better

By Bryten, member

Jun 9, 2016: When I first started reading this story, I almost dropped it. The scenario seemed familiar, the writing could have used improvements, and the protagonist seemed to have zero redeeming qualities.

However, the despicable personality of the main character is why I continued to read, because it is a refreshing alternative to the driven, kind hearted, gifted main character that we typically see curb stomping every evil doer they come across.

The story [more . . .]

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