Six Short Stories

Six Short Stories Dear user Apologies but Six Short Stories is no longer available I m afraid the stories escaped the constraints of their bookish home as stories are prone to do and now reside Actually I m not entir

  • Title: Six Short Stories
  • Author: Jack Croxall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dear user,Apologies, but Six Short Stories is no longer available I m afraid the stories escaped the constraints of their bookish home as stories are prone to do and now reside Actually, I m not entirely sure where they all are Maybe you can help If you look hard enough, perhaps you ll be able to find them JackA collection of six incidents, memories andDear user,Apologies, but Six Short Stories is no longer available I m afraid the stories escaped the constraints of their bookish home as stories are prone to do and now reside Actually, I m not entirely sure where they all are Maybe you can help If you look hard enough, perhaps you ll be able to find them JackA collection of six incidents, memories and curiosities Some of these short stories are happy, some of them are not so happy It s difficult to tell whether any of them are related, such quandaries are never resolved easily.Includes Dylan, Roseroot Rectory, Scruffy, Space Dementia, Tethered and X.

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    1. Review copy kindly donated by author and GR friend Jack Croxall. This collection of flash fiction is so short that it can be read in one sitting, but it is proof that stories don't have to be long to be good. They catch and hold the reader's interest. We hear from a variety of narrators. There is a blend of tones and moods that come through as well, ranging from humour to tragedy. My favorite stories were "Dylan" because of its quirky take on the paranormal, and "Space Dementia(¿)" [sic] becaus [...]

    2. Review of Six Short Stories by Jack Croxall This book is a delight to read and written with the high quality that you come to expect from Jacks wonderful imaginative writing.Each story is a treat itself, and a good length so you can dip in and read one to break up the more mundane tasks of the day.I was already a fan of Jacks last story ‘X’. Well who does not like zombie apocalypse stories!But was equally thrilled to read the other good mix of super reads which I would compare it to pick and [...]

    3. 4 Stars!Usually I don’t read YA/science but having read Tethers by Jack Croxall, I was glad of the opportunity to receive an ARC of his Six Short Stories being released on Kindle February 8, 2015.These are curious, charming, heart-warming, and strange stories that make a quick and interesting evening read. I like that the author approaches off-the-wall themes in a practical sort of way, keeping the weird factor manageable.The author has a way of writing that emotionally connects with the read [...]

    4. Jack Croxall's aptly named Six Short Stories is exactly that, but an enjoyable, thrilling and interesting bunch they are. It includes the award winning X, which zombie lovers will relish. Despite differing in genre, the stories do all swing towards the YA genre the author is well versed in.What I found rather humbling about these stories is how the author leaves them. It seems he deliberately leaves them so as to leave the reader with questions of what happens next? What if this happens? Why did [...]

    5. Another great piece of work from Jack Croxall! This collection of short stories is concise and no nonsense. The authors writing style is simple but effective. I marvel at how he manages to choose simple phrasings, yet convey such meaning! Each of the stories in this collection leave the reader with unanswered questions - Who is this character? What really happened there? etc. While this could be frustrating for some readers, I enjoyed the freedom to think things through myself. The answers aren' [...]

    6. Six short stories? DID YOU SAY SIX?!?!I NEED this. This calls for a Jack's-Written-New-Stories PARTY TIMEEEEEEE!!! :D

    7. Loved re-reading X, such a great short story.All stories were so interesting and compelling.I need a full length book though!!!!!

    8. A brilliant selection of stories that all explore the same interesting theme, absolutely loved it :)

    9. I actually read this ages ago and totally forgot to post a review. I loved these stories. There are all YA, which isn't normally a genre I get into, and yet they all had a depth to them that reminded me of classic coming of age films like Stand By Me. Beautifully written, these simple stories cover horror, sci-fi and contemporary YA genres, all deeply moving.Highly recommend and I'll be looking for a lot more from this author.

    10. Nope. It's short, and not worth finishing. The first story was so full of errors that the editor should be forced to physically eat a copy of the tome while slathered in fire ants. After that one story, I had no interest in anything else this author has written.

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