Book Review: ‘All The Nothing We’ve Done’ by Christina McMullen

If you died suddenly and were confronted with the reality of having to justify your deeds to get into heaven, what would you say?

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If you died suddenly and were confronted with the reality of having to justify your deeds to get into heaven, what would you say?

 

‘All The Nothing We’ve Done’ revolves around this very question in a light-hearted and often humorous way, yet it is an interesting and thought-provoking read.

 

The reader is reminded that what one person considers sinful might be seen as virtuous by another – perspective and interpretation are key factors in how we view and evaluate others actions, or our own.

Acorn Award II Silver

I enjoyed this short story very much, and am pleased to award it a Silver Acorn.

 

Find it on Amazon.

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