- File Size: 1218 KB
- Print Length: 91 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sanderson & Esterhouse Independence (November 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OYWN340
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,673,081 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Changing Stations Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
This is quirky, fun,erotic short story about survival, betrayal and loss. Changing Stations is set in 1900s focusing on Henry Waynewright, who takes on the task with Mr Moffat of helping the survivors survive a train crash in the mountains. As the story progresses it becomes clear that someone doesn't want them to escape.
What I was very impressed with is the authors style of writing. It's written in the way of 1900s so it creates a sense of the reader experiencing the past. As I was reading I could envision British actors such as Tom Hiddleston as the dashing Henry Wainwright and Mark Gatniss as Mr Moffat. So this heightened the story for me.
I love the humour in Changing Stations and in one particular scene featuring Henry,Wanda and Charlotte I did laugh out loud. This story ends on a bit of a serious note that is heartfelt and definitely pulled a bit on my heartstrings making me shed a tear. I think Changing Stations needed to end the way it did as it give the reader a strong message to be grateful for everything and everyone in your life as you never know what tomorrow brings.
I would love to read about what happened to the characters after the train wreck and how the events impacted on their lives. So I live i hope of a sequel.
This book is 5 stars and definitely with the read and I look forward to read any of H.P Shorelowes books in the future.
This was a neat and kind of funny story. It's a little hard to describe. Yes, it has s.e.x. in it but it's early 1900's meets steampunk noir. Lord Henry Waynewright is in a funny and interesting situation. This was very entertaining. Snyder Sturgess wrecks the train for gold and Wainwright meets Wanda and Charlotte. The story is rather adventuresome while they attempt to save themselves.
This was a good story and it really showcases Karl Michaels voice talent. He was masterful with his different characterizations. He's a great narrator. I quite enjoyed this story and especially the telling of it