Death Sits in a Prison Cell

Death Sits in a Prison Cell

1 chapter / 1197 words

Approximately 6 minutes to read


‘Louder’, she commanded her heart, ‘beat louder. Show them that you won’t die. Stifle the screams of the oppressors and lift the souls of the rebels. Come on heart, beat louder.’


Writing, Action, Suspense
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about 2 years ago Shin_hi56 said:

I like how the writing flows and it's easy to read and understand. The characters and plot are great I really love this story!


about 5 years ago CSheely said:

You asked me to read this a couple of months ago, unfortunately, I missed the contest deadline, but when I read the title and read the summary, I had to give it a try and I'm really glad I did.

It was a very emotional short story and I really liked James being willing to sacrifice himself so that Claire could live and continue the revolution. I liked the way he described Claire as the 'voice' of the rebellion.

I also liked the part about Death waiting in the shadows. It makes me wonder if she actually saw him or imagined she saw him in her current state of mind. I know when people go through a lot of trauma they see things. So, kudo's on that.

I do kind of wish I knew the exact nature of James and Claire's relationship. Were they brother and sister, best friends, or together?

Now that the contest is over maybe you could clear that up? And it might be nice to know exactly why they were rebelling against the government.

All in all, I am glad I took the time to read this. Happy writing!