Short Story Review: Destroyer of Worlds

Destroyer of Worlds CoverAuthor: Dennis Sharpe

Hardcover: 31 pages

Publisher: Witless Fiction


There are sometimes larger and more powerful forces at play in the universe than those that could end all of existence. Even the seemingly most insignificant of lives can have an enormous impact on the world, and every living creature on it. Death isn’t always the end, and to some even an apocalypse can be little more than a means to an end.

Sometimes I get into sort of a reading slump where life gets way out-of-control busy and my focus is not able to allow me to fully dive into books the way I want to. Destroyer of Worlds saved the day as a short story palate cleanser.

Available from Amazon (Kindle) for $.99 this short story is not only a great buy, but solid good deal. Destroyer of Worlds is a story of a man on the verge of the end of the world. It is vivid, identifiable and heartbreaking and as a whole it leaves the reader completely satisfied in a perfectly wrapped story.

The writing is so easy and fluid, and there are some well-placed Easter eggs, including one for sci-fi fans of a character who’s wearing a t-shirt that gives a shout out to both Doctor Who and Back to the Future.

If you’d like a sure thing short read, or a literary palate cleanser that reignites your love for reading, then Destroyer of Worlds is a must read.

I give Destroyer of Worlds Five Out of Five Stars.




Destroyer of Worlds is available from Amazon! Here’s a link!

Jess Orso
Written by Jess Orso

Jess is the Managing Editor and Southern Correspondent for