Fetch

Fetch Father Ian promised his parishioner to investigate a mysterious sighting at the nearby cemetery When he does and finds nothing out of the ordinary he arrives at the man s house only to find him dead

  • Title: Fetch
  • Author: Scott Roche
  • ISBN: 2940011176203
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Nook
  • Father Ian promised his parishioner to investigate a mysterious sighting at the nearby cemetery When he does and finds nothing out of the ordinary, he arrives at the man s house only to find him dead Evil is roaming the Irish countryside and has its sights set on the good Father.

    One thought on “Fetch”

    1. A little weak in beginning is what I thought but that's like saying the uphill climb of a major roller coaster is boring. It's what you have to do to get over the hump and drop down into a totally insane ride of your life. I wish it was longer because I honestly loved it and wish it keep going. But like all great things, this too came to an end. Not a slow drawn out death but a fantastic and intriguing end that will make you want to call Mr. Roche on the phone and discuss the possibilities of th [...]

    2. While far from edgy or avant garde, Fetch by Scott Roche is a remarkable little story with a number of uncommon observations lurking just beneath the surface. The story is written from the POV of one reverend Ian, the parish priest in a small Irish town. In a tone reminiscent of Flannery O’Connor, he tells his tale in an unaffected manner, while relaying the most agonizing circumstances and emotional trauma.Father Ian is approached by a parishioner fearful that a doppelganger has come to do hi [...]

    3. Honestly, the beginning did not pull me in. Was I tired? Was I jaded? I don't know, but I keep reading and hoping for the best.This is some kind of literary trick by Mr. Roche because I was quickly caught off guard and I tumbled through the entire story, my mind and sense of safety assaulted by Roche's storytelling. I was honestly creeped out by the honesty of horror for a man of faith.Great Story and Great Price. I am excited for Mr. Roche's future as a writer.

    4. an oustandung little tale. i had no idea where the author was going with this at all! and i loved it when he finally made it worth the wait

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