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  1. Amy Amy says:

    Oh the things I read for challenges I needed a book with a gardener in it so here I am This story was weird And kinda creepy Luckily it was short

  2. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    'At Day's End' by Bryl R Tyne is a poignant bittersweet story about Samuel a man coming to the end of his life It's an emotional journey through his unfulfilled and lonely existence a life with many regrets and lost dreams Bryl has a uniue style which always challenges me and always affects me emotionally whether it makes me sad or happy or in between Bryl's words never fail to move me'At Day’s End' is not your typical story but a very rewarding worthwhile one How Bryl can say so much with so few words never ceases to amaze me When the end of my day comes I hope the angel that comes to fulfill all my fantasies and gives me pleasure and contentment rather than my life ending with bitter resignation is like the one in this story Thanks Bryl for another outstanding reading experience

  3. Bookbee Bookbee says:

    25 StarsIt was just missing something

  4. Feliz Feliz says:

    This is a very short story and yet it manages to create vivid images The old recluse seventy – two – years old Samuel sits at his kitchen table pretending to read the paper while he longingly watches the young gardener work His longing is for than the sweaty dirt – streaked vigorous young body though Samuel muses about his life his own long gone youth about old hurts and missed chances He has regrets but no self pity he is sad but not maudlin only an old man taking stock Samuel always had the ability to sense things others couldn’t feel – he can even hear other people’s thoughts – and Samuel senses with certainty that something important is going to happen today So he watches he waits and thinks lusty thoughts about the young man How surprised is he when the gardener not only seems to perceive his thoughts but answers him telepathically With a dare totally unlike him Samuel invites the young man inEven though Samuel can hear Keith’s thoughts he barely dares to believe that Keith is seriously attracted to him But their first kiss wins Samuel over Keith seems capable of looking past Samuels aged body which in turn fuels Samuel with youthful virility as they engage in the best – and most meaningful – lovemaking Sam has ever experiencedI wouldn’t call this a romance although it’s certainly a romantic story with the affection between the two main characters palpable throughout Romantic fiction doesn’t often feature main characters this old particularly not lonely and bitter ones like Samuel Still Samuel is a strong character It was touching to watch him make what turned out the most important decision in his life as he opens the door and his trust to young Keith Although Keith is physically strong so strong he has no problems carrying Samuel up the stairs it’s always Samuel who calls the shots Samuel invites Keith in he decides what they do when and where Keith makes it clear that Samuel could end everything anytime if he wanted to but Samuel clearly doesn’t In the end he takes the leap and Keith catches him gentle and caring and loves him with soft caress like the water in the bathtub where Samuel asked Keith to take himThe writing is clear taut and precise and exactly to the point This story couldn’t have been longer or it might have become tedious and it couldn’t have been shorter since there wasn’t a superfluous word as it is It was just right lovingly drawn with an empathy for the characters that filtered down to me while reading Sad serious and nevertheless soothing this was a thought provoking piece of skilled writing that will stick to my mindFull review at reviewsbyjessewavecom

  5. Sadonna Sadonna says:

    Short bittersweet story about the true day's end Lovely prose and beautiful sentiments

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At Days End ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ At Days End By Bryl R. Tyne ⚣ – Samuel's not just feeling old he is old but he's not dead not yet And the bright spot of his week is spying on his hot new gardener No one knows better than he does how ridiculous it is to think a twe Samuel's not just feeling old he is old but he's not dead not yet And the bright spot of his week is spying on his hot new gardener No one knows better than he does how ridiculous it is to think a twenty something beefcake would show any interest in a recluse like him; At Days PDF \ fifty years hasn't changed a thing really Though Samuel feels a connection he can't explain he's stunned beyond words one Friday morning to find the young man knocking at his back door.

  • ebook
  • 16 pages
  • At Days End
  • Bryl R. Tyne
  • English
  • 05 February 2016