Book Review: Morning Commute

Morning Commute is a short story by Scott Zavoda.  It was a really quick read and a great story. We are stuck in traffic with Mary Duvall.  She is not happy about it in the least, especially since she is late for work  – where she has to give a huge presentation.  The book is comical with what is going on in the traffic and Mary’s reactions to it.  She has an altercation with a creepy perverted guy in a Lincoln that is absolutely over-the-top, but pretty perfect for the story.

She finally makes it to work… and the guy in the Lincoln pulls up next to her.

Is he going to kill her? Or?

Check out Morning Commute to find out!

I loved the ending (though I do kind of want to know what happens next!) even though I had an idea of what would end up happening throughout the book, it kept me amused and was a nice break from the hectic work day to read the short story.

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About the Book

Want a fast-paced, breathtaking read that’ll tingle your nerves and make you laugh?
Go no further, because this is it!
Stifling heat, late for work, stuck in a heap of traffic. What can be worse? The pervert driving next to you of course. The one staring creepily at you. For Mary Duvall, things get a lot worse. Her morning commute spirals rapidly out of control in this hilarious, tense, over-the-top, thrill- ride. Hang on and don’t let the suspense kill you on the way!
If another driver has ever cut you off, then you need to read Morning Commute! [Approximately 2000 words]

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