Too Early For Death by Simon Farrant

  • Paperback: 322 pages

  • Publisher: Farrant Fiction (6 May 2019)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 1916116205

  • ISBN-13: 978-1916116207

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BLURB: Death can take you to the most unexpected places.

Damien Lennon finds himself on a mysterious island… and dead.

He has more questions than answers. Why? Where? How? What next?

In a place where forests hide secrets and a leader rules with an iron fist, can Damien change his destiny?

‘Too Early for Death’ starts a journey through the Limbo Island trilogy, a series that unravels a story of life after death, hierarchy, tragedy, jealousy and eternal love. A heartbreaking yet heartwarming adventure awaits.


I am an emerging author, a submission to a short story anthology kicked it all off.

Black Cat is my first short story, and the hero isn’t maybe who you would assume.

Originally from Doncaster, South Yorkshire and now Corby in Northants. I’m in my forties, married with three children. We share our home with a Bengal cat and a Pink Tongued Skink.

I’ve been lucky enough to have had an interesting (well to me!) life. I have been a truck driver, university graduate and motorbike salesman amongst other things.

My two novellas, Newdon Killers series, The Crucifix and Famously Ordinary are out now!
The third book, Death Dolls is coming soon estimated launch date 22 August.
Later this year a new series in a different genre Mystery / contemporary fantasy will be published.
I have a Facebook page, Simon Farrant Official, I’d be pleased to see you there.

Twitter @asfarrant

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My Thoughts

This is definitely one of the more interesting reads I have read this year.

The author has a unique style that really makes you want to find out what happened.

I love the writing of the characters as I do find that they are strong and well designed. Truly interesting and the story captures your attention in a way that keeps you guessing.

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