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BOOK REVIEW: DEATH BY CHOCOLATE

Death by Chocolate

by Emma Walker

Death by ChocolateHow would you describe an angel? Do they have two white wings fastened to their bodies which glow in luminosity and a halo also luminous, over their head? Then there is a supervisor who is called, Archangel. Seriously, who believe in this stuff?

Then you will have to believe in stuff about demons too. Mind you ‘demons’, not ‘devils’. Those demons who have two horns with a tail which is in control of them truly, madly and deeply. They also have their supervisor called, Elder Demon. then comesthe stuff about heaven and hell, blah blah blah and so on.

Well whether you believe in those stuff or not, you can still read this book called, ‘Death by Chocolate’ by Emma Walker, in which she describes an angel and a demon as housemates, both having a similar work to collect the souls of dead ones on earth. They would appear(as they would be forward with information about who is going to die, where and when on their PDA’s) when a human soul gets itself free from all the dirtiness and miser life, to guide them whether the souls should dwell in heaven or hell, and believe me, its all marketing skills. If you are skillful, you’ll be able to manipulate your customer easily but if you’re not, you’ll loose you’re customer. But there is a caution: if the soul is an ‘arguer‘ and can’t decide between heaven and hell, then there is a big problem for the angel and the demon. The book is a light read and will try to cheer you up from time to time.

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5 thoughts on “BOOK REVIEW: DEATH BY CHOCOLATE”

  1. I do accept as true with all of the ideas you’ve offered to your post. They are really convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are very short for novices. Could you please lengthen them a little from next time? Thank you for the post.

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    1. I’ll try better next time, but a review is not dependent on how long it is. I can’t be spoiler and tell you the story. you have to read it for that!

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