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Kurt Kurt is set to anchor the Thanksgiving parade, when he hears something in the crowd he can't ignore. A short story.
Excellent end, I was holding my breath by then.
Did not exclude many raisable questions and was though through well. Detailed and captivating short story.
Could however have a few more descriptive analogies. On the whole; captivating
Not bad.. Not bad
This has the ability to be a good story if it wasn't so descriptive as to what the main character is feeling and focuses on his ability and co workers. Quite a gd story.
By Spaced cowboy na na
I've been reading the reviews and I'm kinda confused. Some people are saying it's great some are saying it's rubbish. Shall I bother downloading.....?
... at all!!
I was surprisingly disappointed at the quality of this short story. Too many cliches, too many grammatical errors and too little imagination made this a definate no from me. So much so, that I'm confused as to why it was even made available, let alone why it has any more than 1 star.
A good short story, easy to read and well written. I'll be on the lookout for more from this author.
Very gripping, would love more
By Pam Rodgers
Really enjoyed this easy read. would love some more from this author x
Good and free
Good, short book, but a bit of a disappointing ending. Definitely worth downloading, though.
Justin McLachlan Kyle is a long-time sitter for a group of four very special kids.
Ethan is the oldest, a reader, very smart--smarter than Kyle. At six, Josh in the next oldest. He's a good-natured, fun-loving brute of a kid. He's also small, but Kyle knows he could take him if got a running start. Or any start. Next is Amy, a cute little girl who likes pink and has a mischievous side. At the end of the line is Nicole, the baby. Kyle calls her smiles.
Their greatest powers, though? Making Kyle feel old.
Justin McLachlan Life used to be pretty simple for Dr. Van Jacobs, until a dead guy rolled into his emergency room and didn’t have the courtesy to stay dead. From there, things got a little insane. Between the spacetime breaks and the wingnut cult and this thing sitting on the bottom of the ocean that the dead guy expects him to fix ... and Ben ... Van is barely hanging on. Not that he was hanging on much before, just kind of existing. But now, he’s got a reason to exist — a purpose — just when it looks like all of existence might not be existing much longer.
Justin McLachlan When Ian, a small town prosecutor, is drawn back to his old law school to help investigate the theft of an expensive piece of art, he unexpectedly meets someone from his past who begins to unravel a devastating secret. A short story.
Justin McLachlan Dr. Van Jacobs gave his life to save the universe... or so he thought. Instead, he awakes half-way across the world, floating in the middle of the Indian Ocean on an iceberg when he should've been dead. He's rescued by the team at Station One, but when he finds out what they've been working on, and their plans for the future, he realizes they might fighting on the same side any longer. A Station One series book.
Justin McLachlan Driving home one night, Red editor Kris Goldsmith spotted a bright, red scarf lying by the side of the road. She lives beyond the middle of nowhere in rural Pennsylvania and wondered just how that scarf got there. She also wondered what reasons some of the writers she'd been working with at Boxfire Press could dream up. So she handed out a challenge: write a story that tells us where an out of place red scarf came from and why it's somewhere it probably shouldn't be.
She ended up with five original, marvelous, sensational, absurd, visionary, peculiar, unthinkable, wicked and totally untrue stories. Justin McLachlan (Time Up, Boxfire Press) brings us a superhero vigilante; Rebecca Gale's radioactive knowledge consumes minds and, well, the rest of the body, too. L.G. Fitzgerald explores a rash of disappearances in Richmond, Va. and Shauna O'Connor makes amends at a dystopian lake. J. Allen Scott -he justifies our fear of flying.