Road Rash

Bonnie Bernard Doug Skinner

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Road Rash A guy dies in a violent motorcycle wreck He goes to Heaven or does he They can t serve coleslaw there and still call it that can they Road Rash is a short novella about life death and drama teacher

  • Title: Road Rash
  • Author: Bonnie Bernard Doug Skinner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A guy dies in a violent motorcycle wreck He goes to Heaven or does he They can t serve coleslaw there and still call it that, can they Road Rash is a short novella about life, death, and drama teachers.

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    1. Scarlett Rains on said:

      I loved Road Rash! I rate it as 5/5 stars, and recommend it as a quick, fun read for adults. Kudos to Bonnie Bernard for writing this little treasure and being among the handful of authors whose work makes me laugh aloud. Road Rash is a wonderful, original, off-the-wall sort of book that kicks the mainstream fiction genre right in the face…then dumps a big ole bowl of coleslaw on top of it. The closest I can come to describing Bonnie Bernard’s quirky story is to say it is sort of like a comi [...]

    2. Cana on said:

      I am not usually a fan of short stories but this one was unbelievably good. The story was as usual with Bonnie, very well written, the book was well edited and the story was unique. I fell in love with the main character, which is hard to achieve for such a short book.The story has religious undertones but this didn't spoil it for me. The messages throughout the book were fantastic and to some extent inspirational. The twist at the end, superb and the best ending one could have hoped for.I have [...]

    3. C. McCarty on said:

      I haven't read a short story in eons, but Road Rash made me remember why I adore them. Unlike novels, authors must make every word count to entice readers into caring about characters and whatever dilemma they are encountering in only a few pages. Ms. Bernard has the knack, and this 48 page story is a LOL hilarious depiction of the afterlife that'll have you saying "Ain't that the sh**!" when you turn off your Kindle with a smile. I am impressed by the quick development of Wayne Wright, the rece [...]

    4. Joyce Wetherbee on said:

      You know, I really want a peek inside Bernard's brain, but I'm not sure I can handle all those curve balls coming at me at the same moment. I mean, really, where the heck does she come up with these stories? I'm sitting here shaking my head at this latest gem of hers and smiling. There isn't much I can say about the story without saying too much. How about, 'so it goes in the beginning, so it goes in the end'? The middle is just as confusing to me as the poor guys who lost his head in a motorcyc [...]

    5. H.J. Daly on said:

      Wayne Wright is dead, head removed from his shoulders, what a way to go. We meet Wayne as he travels through the light to the next plain, which of course will not run smooth.As a short story I really didn’t know what to expect from this book. It questions different belief’s, incorporates some and laughs at others, all in a very easy going manner. We see everything fresh from his eyes, everything confusing, unanswered.I like the concept of this story, how the transition to the hereafter is st [...]

    6. De Jr. on said:

      Road RashA novelette about Heaven, Hell and ColeslawBy Authors Bonnie Bernard and Doug SkinnerLaugh Out Loud Funny!!!!From the very first sentence my mind was piqued if the title had not already captured my curiosity. I was truly looking forward to what was coming next. I loved their take on the afterlife process. With every step through the afterlife journey authors Bonnie Bernard and Doug Skinner puts a hilarious comedic spin on it. You will find yourself laughing out loud!!! And Yes, I have t [...]

    7. Autumn on said:

      I thought I would have a problem with this book when I started reading after the accident about how Heaven was so called perceived. But as I kept reading I realized it wasn't about Heaven and Hell it was about being judged or at least that is how I took it. Everyone is judged but not just thrown in front of someone and judged but you had to answer on how you died, and that pretty much determined where you went to. It was an interesting twist when Wayne got to become part of the judging and when [...]

    8. Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages on said:

      I purchased a Smashwords copy of this book in return for an honest review. This author has yet again made me smile, laugh and just plain enjoy reading her spontaneous and fun loving style of writing. I am completely blown away by this awesomely well written short story that literally gets me wondering about what and who I will meet when I cross to the other side. This is a RECOMMENDED MUST READ that you will find very entertaining and so intriguing that you will find yourself wanting to re-read [...]

    9. Wanda Hartzenberg on said:

      This review is from: Road Rash (Kindle Edition)Most authors have difficulty to give voice to one of their main protagonist in a full length novel!Never have I come across such a strong voiced character as Wayne in a short story. The theme of the story is how do we judge. The plot is one that challenges convention with a hee-ha kind of robust fun and a wickedly twisted end.A really fun read! OneI am sure this book will be a hit with readers.WaAr

    10. Ju Ephraime on said:

      Road Rash was funny, thought-provoking and quite unexpected. It is the author’s views and expectations of life after death, and Bernard put her main character, Wright, through the paces to prove her point. An interesting, contemplative take, on multicultural and multi-denominational look at heaven and hell as it relates to judgment day.

    11. Janie on said:

      I was given this book in return for an honest review.Although a short story I really enjoyed it!It gives a very unique twist on what happens once you have died and must face your judgement day!Wayne was a great character and I loved his dialogue.This book was well written and the characters were great!I love Bonnie and can't to read more of her work

    12. Amanda Orick on said:

      Road Rash by Bonnie Bernard and Doug Skinner is a very short novella about what happens once we die. It is actually very good and gives insight into what may or may not happen in the after life. I found it funny and a very light and quick read. I think this is yet another good story from these authors and would love to read more by them both.

    13. Brian Bigelow on said:

      This was a very enjoyable read that also happens to be a fairly short book. I cracked up throughout, there's a lot of funny stuff. The way the afterlife is laid out is more akin to Buddhist belief than Christian, at least that's what I felt. I will say that was one aspect I really did like a lot.

    14. Natasha House on said:

      This book had my chuckling as I read it. It's a short story about a guy who dies. He meets an old lady who looks like Yoda and proceeds to have a wacky experience in the afterlife. The author did a good job of building the character in such a short amount of time.

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