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|Kill Me Now! is a riot. It is original. Readers should find the stories of the author’s dating nightmares original and quite relatable.|
iUniverse pre-publication review
|The book has its funny moments, in fact it has a lot of them, and
cringe worthy moments. Kill Me Now was a very quick and entertaining read, and I do think a lot of people will have a good laugh whilst reading it, as well as thinking “Oh god! I’ve done that” or “Oh god, no way!”.
Lindsay Anne Kendal, author of “Bloodlines” trilogy
|This is a horror blog and Lawrence Fisher does not write about horror. Maybe, maybe not. In “Kill Me Now!”, he dies a thousand deaths at the hands of the enemy: any woman he attempts to date. Now, Lawrence is not exactly faultless, but he is definitely on the receiving end of some pretty nasty treatment. To date or not to date: that is the question. Lawrence gets slapped down and comes back for more, always looking for “the one.” A lesser man would give up. Not our intrepid hero.|
|Parts of this book had me rolling with laughter at some of the more outrageous, precarious predicaments he finds himself in as he attempts every single known dating strategy, including having friends set him up, online dating and even procuring the services of a matchmaker. Cleverly written and full of over-the-top scenarios that you can’t help but laugh at, this caustic book gives you a deeply sarcastic peek “behind the stoic curtain” most men wear as the author/main character attempts to find THE ONE.|
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