A. Henry Keene ‘Meridiana’ Review
Written by: Vitina Molgaard
Awhile back I was blessed with this intriguing thirty-eight page short story written by Mr. A. Henry Keene, and what an interesting tale this turned out to be.
We journey into a place where a young artist named Andy finds himself involved with the task of painting the picture of a beautiful woman that he has never met. But he’ll find out all too soon that she is not at all what he believes her to be. Fortunately the woman in his life, Carol takes an immediate dislike to the artwork he has been hired to do.
Meridiana is the woman in the picture and what she comes to be in this very well-crafted little adventure is more than any man really wants to end up dealing with. Without revealing the whole plot let me leave you with this thought about our trusty mates in life: Sometimes they are really everything we need to survive the battles and demons of our personal lives.
Mr. Keene has given us a quick afternoon (or evening) read well worth investing in. It is a nasty bit with emphasis on lust, obsession, demonic powers and a victory through the strength of pure love. I suggest you pick this up and give it a read today. It’s available right here.
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