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From Matt Shaw... If you could find out the method of your death, would you want to know? Would you listen to what the psychic had to say and change your life to try and alter what's going to happen to you or would you resign yourself to the fact - that is how you're going to die? There are arguments for both: If you know you're going to die of a heart-attack after a rece From Matt Shaw... If you could find out the method of your death, would you want to know? Would you listen to what the psychic had to say and change your life to try and alter what's going to happen to you or would you resign yourself to the fact - that is how you're going to die? There are arguments for both: If you know you're going to die of a heart-attack after a recent operation to fix your dodgy ticker that's sometimes to help prevent such a thing, what's the point in changing your lifestyle? But what if learning about the heart attack, and the paranoia associated with such a truth, brings about your death? Then there is the question of the man doing the readings in the first place. Can he be trusted? Is he making it up with each individual person he sees, telling them something half-related to their life and, therefore, a little more possible to believe? Or can he really see how people are going to die just from having a conversation and looking upon them?


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From Matt Shaw... If you could find out the method of your death, would you want to know? Would you listen to what the psychic had to say and change your life to try and alter what's going to happen to you or would you resign yourself to the fact - that is how you're going to die? There are arguments for both: If you know you're going to die of a heart-attack after a rece From Matt Shaw... If you could find out the method of your death, would you want to know? Would you listen to what the psychic had to say and change your life to try and alter what's going to happen to you or would you resign yourself to the fact - that is how you're going to die? There are arguments for both: If you know you're going to die of a heart-attack after a recent operation to fix your dodgy ticker that's sometimes to help prevent such a thing, what's the point in changing your lifestyle? But what if learning about the heart attack, and the paranoia associated with such a truth, brings about your death? Then there is the question of the man doing the readings in the first place. Can he be trusted? Is he making it up with each individual person he sees, telling them something half-related to their life and, therefore, a little more possible to believe? Or can he really see how people are going to die just from having a conversation and looking upon them?

45 review for How I Die: A Horror Thriller

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    Didn't have me hooked The premise was cool which is why I started reading it but I was only about 25% through the book and I wanted to put it down. The only reason I kept going was because of who it was written by. Took me forever to finish but I will say the ending was neat.

  2. 4 out of 5

    J.B.

    Pretty Good. This was a different sort of tale from Matt Shaw. It was still very good, though. I wasn't really sure how it would end, but as it progressed, I had a pretty good idea--and I was right. So, slightly predictable. I must say, I do prefer his gory ones instead.

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