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Bingeworthy: Havok Season Three (Havok Flash Fiction Book 3) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08HHP1HCP
- Publisher : Havok Publishing, LLC (September 18, 2020)
- Publication date : September 18, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2320 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 206 pages
- Lending : Enabled
Best Sellers Rank:
#525,790 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #1,208 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
- #1,457 in Fantasy Anthologies & Short Stories (Kindle Store)
- #1,740 in Fantasy Anthologies
- Customer Reviews:
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The Spark by Julie Hall was my favorite. My goodness, she can do no wrong! This was such a powerful, fierce, and emotional story. It goes along with her Fallen Legacy series and is a bit of a prequel. It explains an integral part of the history behind it and is so, so good!
Some of my other favorites were The Hero of Parker City by Emily Grant, The Last Gateway by Cassandra Ham, The Boy with the Crows by Hope Ann, The Ways of War by Madison Brown, The Inheritance by Carrie Ann Noble, Name that Planet by Alex Mellen, and both stories from R.F. Gammon, To Catch a Killer and A Healing Touch. But really the list could go on and on. This was such an awesome anthology. There's something here for every fan of speculative fiction. I highly recommend it!
My son and I read these together, and we discussed a score, from one to ten, for each after we finished. We had a long list of high scoring entries. We liked the action and the premise of “Seven Canisters of Dark,” the creativity of “Tower of 1000 Doors,” and the poignancy of “The Light Smuggler.” The setting of “The Last Gateway,” the pulse-pounding narrative of “What Comes Next,” the revelation of “Raiders of Magic,” and fresh take on fairy tales in “Flowers” made these four winners. Finally, “Unexpected Encounters of a Draconic Kind” exemplified the best of how fantasy connects to the human condition.
At the top of the scale were “Why God Made Beer,” “Santa’s Little Foes,” “The Incendiary,” and “A Healing Touch.” But our favorites were “The Fountain” by Teddi Deppner and “Flew” by Pamela Love. Both entries packed a lot of emotion into flash fiction.
Full disclosure: I am an author and have been published in Havok, however, I did not submit during the Bingeworthy run. My stories do not appear in this collection.
Certified Allergen Free by Lisa Godfrees
It’s the allergen police, armed with a whole new list of illegal items to search out! This one could very well be our future. What will they ban next?
A Fur-Off Place by Brianna Suazo
Ms. Suazo reminds us that childhood adventures are very real, but not for the nostalgic adults. Some things just have to be left to the children.
The Run by Savannah Grace
What a delightful tale! Two children, each chosen by their tribes to live solitary lives, find one another and broker a life-changing deal.
The Spark by Julie Hall
In this story, Ms. Hall demonstrates how to write an awesome fight scene as the rule of fallen angels is challenged by those they try to subdue.
Why God Made Beer by A.C. Williams
A touch of science fiction with a big dollop of ironic humor! An alien invasion marks the end of the world – or does it?
She-Borg Goes on a Blind Date by Andrew Swearingen
The story goes exactly as the title predicts – until a bank robbery across the street livens up the evening. Delightful fun!
The Inheritance by Carrie Ann Noble
Visiting Grandma, a familiar joy to so many people, meant so much more to a young girl with a happy life ahead of her. But when death robs her of all she hoped for, will she find a way to regain what she’s lost?
These were my favorites, but the entire collection is filled with stories to make you laugh, to make you cry, to make you think. Dive in!
The Spark was a quick little jaunt into the nephilim world of Stealing Embers, Fallen Legacies, Book 1. It gave us some backstory that packed a punch! It's a pretty pivotal scene and I'm so glad I had the chance to read it before reading Stealing Embers!
This is such a pivotal part of the first book of Stealing Embers (Fallen Legacies Book 1) and seeing it from this view point is a phenomenal surprise! It's such a sad part of the book and it pulls you instantly into the scene and doesn't let you go! I absolutely love this series and this author is a must one click now for me lady. I can't wait for more!!
I'm such a big fan of Julie Hall's writing and characters that I had to jump in and review her story. It's a quick read (only 1000 words) that leaves you screaming for the rest of the story! Whet your appetite and be introduced to the exciting characters and a world that must be explored. I highly recommend her books.
My thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC of the book. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own. No positive review was expected and no compensation received.