|Author:||Alex Corrales,T S Welti|
|Subcategory:||Short Stories & Anthologies|
|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 9, 2012)|
|Category:||Fiction and Literature|
|Other formats:||docx lit lrf mobi|
T S Welti (Author), Alex Corrales (Illustrator). This short story is a filler piece between the first book in the series The Fifth Specter (Parker Chance Series) and the upcoming second book which should be published in Winter 2011.
T S Welti (Author), Alex Corrales (Illustrator). Paperback, March 9, 2012. In the book we meet Sparky and Dympna, two 19 year olds just completing prepatory school and about to move in to advanced studies. When he gets the chance to finish the work his father died for, he has to take it.
Series: Parker Chance (Book 1. The Fifth Specter is the first book in . Welti's Parker Chance series. Parker Chance, Lucas and Norah are very likeable students and the story line was interesting although it dragged for me at times. The ending is action packed and came together quite nicely. I think it lost me with the story of the sixth specter. It didn't sit well with me, and that is a personal opinion/problem. Other than that it is an interesting well written story. I had the privilege of receiving a signed copy from the author herself. Published on August 29, 2011.
Bleeding the Blind book. A short story that’s almost too short. The characters are likable, but to understand the plot, readers will have to have read the first book. The plot is well-developed for a short story, but leaves the reader a little confuse at how everything happened in the book. Readers, however, who have read the other book in the series and who like fantasy, inventions, and books where the main character outwits the villain of the book might enjoy reading this book. Sep 16, 2011 Jacquelyn Smith rated it really liked it. Shelves: great-indie-reads.
Mary glares at me as if I’ve asked her to single-handedly stop the next world war. After a short staring contest, she relents and follows Daedric outside. I lay my hand on Isaac’s forehead. He has a fever again.
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Second Chance" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. Card first published it in the anthology Destinies (January–February 1979). When Batta Heddis was a child her father lost his legs in an accident. Because her mother was not responsible enough to take care of the family Batta ended up taking care of everyone. While attending college she met a man named Abner Doon. They became very close and spent a lot of time together.
Dorothy Parker Short Stories. Dorothy Parker is known for witty short stories, some of which have characters who are self-absorbed or who have inefficient communication styles. A woman frets over a late phone call and wonders if she should call him instead.
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