Ruins of the Mind: An Anthology

Ruins of the Mind An Anthology Enter a world of intrigue in this anthology of short stories Discover a unique elderly home that offers justice to those who are unkind and uncaring of others yet rewards those who are loving and com

  • Title: Ruins of the Mind: An Anthology
  • Author: Jason Stadtlander
  • ISBN: 9780985760205
  • Page: 270
  • Format: ebook
  • Enter a world of intrigue in this anthology of short stories Discover a unique elderly home that offers justice to those who are unkind and uncaring of others, yet rewards those who are loving and compassionate in The Lantern.Shawn could never have imagined what she might find when she ventured into the storm drain near the train tracks Follow her through her adventureEnter a world of intrigue in this anthology of short stories Discover a unique elderly home that offers justice to those who are unkind and uncaring of others, yet rewards those who are loving and compassionate in The Lantern.Shawn could never have imagined what she might find when she ventured into the storm drain near the train tracks Follow her through her adventure in The Ter roc It s a rainy, dreary Sunday afternoon Howard is pleased that he has a way to occupy his son indoors by taking him to a birthday party However, things begin to seem a bit strange as children at the party ignore his son and his day takes a turn in the direction of bizarre in In the Shadows of a Moment.When Jake and Gwen traveled to the airport together, they took a quick liking to each other Read about their experiences as you are put into their shoes in this touching story about the events of American Airlines Flight 11 during the attacks of 9 11 in Feathers in the Wind.Read these stories and many others

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    1. “Ruins of the Mind” by Jason P. Stadtlander is one of the break-out books I have read this year! It is a collection of wonderful short stories amalgamated into one book that will have you pressing your Kindle arrow button for more and more. First, to really appreciate how gripping this book is, you have to understand I usually read a certain genre and only full length novels. However, I was blown away with how good this copulation of short stories were. You will be cheering and at times, nee [...]

    2. Firstly I don't really enjoy short stories. Secondly I don't really enjoy most of the genres representedBut blow me down if I didn't totally enjoy these shorts from Mr Stadtlander.This anthology is certainly an eclectic mix and again, unlike most other anthologies I have downloaded, I actually enjoyed each and every story. Usually shorts leave me unfulfilled in some way, either by the story not finishing properly, finishing too soon, too rushed at the end etc, but these stories were all perfectl [...]

    3. Great read!Each story is unique and well written. Be it hidden worlds, courageous battles, or mystery all are great reads. Enjoy!

    4. I have grown to enjoy short stories much more since I bought my kindle and this must be one of the best collections around. They are different from one another in style but they all have something in common. They have 'real' characters, protagonists who have feelings, needs, with whom you empathise. My heart was in my mouth with some of these stories and the subjects dealt with are not easy ones - cancer in a young mother, death of a parent etc. The author is very good at getting into the minds [...]

    5. Just finished this book this morning, it was an excellent read and great palette cleanser. All of the stories had a different feel and told a different type of story. One would be creepy, the next heart rending, you never really knew what would be next. There weren't any humor stories though, which I was a little sad about, it would have been nice to see a slightly silly tale in this authors style. However I will say that all of the stories are on some level hearwarming, even the ones that tip a [...]

    6. I am not one to buy books of short stories, but I ended up receiving this book in the mail free from the author/publisher. I loved it. I show the stories to my friends to read, and they love it. "The Lantern" was my favorite out of all of them, I thought it was a great story and I ended up showing it to my grandma one weekend. Obviously she enjoyed it too. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes short stories or people who like to get through books quickly (For finishing a short story is [...]

    7. I won this copy in a Good Reads giveaway. Now with that out of the way. I am a fan of the short story genre and found this book quite entertaining. The subject matter varies greatly from one story to another while the author keeps a consistent writing style that was both entertaining and enjoyable to read. With subjects ranging from angels to aliens there is something here for everyone. I would recommend this book as an introduction to Jason P. Stadtlander for anyone and personally will be inclu [...]

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