- File Size: 348 KB
- Print Length: 106 pages
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- Publisher: Fuzzbom Publishing (October 17, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 17, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009SNLA3G
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Top Customer Reviews
The first story, "CAL" by Lisa Gail Green kept me hoping that things would work out for the main characters. Filled with tension and dread, I kept hoping our deepest fears would be proven wrong...
"The Terrible, Perfect Duet" by Trista A. Bissett tells a coming of age story, with a twist. At times, I found myself wondering, "What is she turning into?"
"Helios" by Leslie S. Rose was a story that screamed tragedy from the very beginning. Throughout the story, I wondered what would be their downfall. Would the father she never knew cast her aside? Would her mate lead her astray? Would they, like Icarus, reach for the heavens and fall to the earth? As I read on, I had the sneaking suspicion the couple would never make it off the planet with the rest of the evacuees. I'll let you read it to find out what really happened.
"Encrypted" by Ian Kezsbom had me trying to put the clues together like a mystery. I'm known for figuring out the whodunits before everyone else (including Sherlock Holmes), so saying I saw the ending a mile away doesn't mean it was obvious. Still, I loved trying to piece the reality that Kezsbom paints together to figure out what's really going on. Think deeper and maybe you'll figure it out too.
"Lighting the Sacred Way" by S. P. Sipal was a cool story and different from the rest, at least in my opinion. I can honestly say I didn't see the ending coming. It was a good ending. I liked the ending. It balanced out all the other endings.
The first two stories are probably my favorites. The first, dramatic and engrossing, the second was suspenseful with a great feeling of impending doom and an ending I did not see coming at all.
Once again I enjoyed all of the stories, though the last story was probably once again my least favorite.
Still, a great collection and well worth a read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The five fast-paced stories in this volume tackle a variety of science fiction and fantasy themes. Since the stories are all told in the first person, and most in the present... Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Dave Loeff, author
I loved Journeys of Wonder, volume 1 and was so excited when volume 2 came out. Imagine my surprise when I read volume 2 and it was better than the 1st! Happy reading!!!Published on November 6, 2012 by Who summit lover
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