- File Size: 442 KB
- Print Length: 37 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: G7 Publishing (May 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F1I6OW8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,131,128 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Writer's Block | Part 5: Push Kindle Edition
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When we last left Stu, he was watching the epic and immortal showdown between Waylon and Lucian. In a way, this could be a Stephen King moment for Hank Garner. By setting up Waylon and Lucian in the way he did, I see characters that could span multiple book series like Roland and the Randall Flagg. Those characters are sideline players here, but could be part of a much larger arc that Garner builds up over time.
In the end, Garner is pulling the strings on the reader's emotions, showing us what could have only been the one true perfect ending for this book. I appreciate the Writer's Block series and am looking forward to what Garner has up for us next.
I think the ending was both inevitable and perfect. Team Waylon did well. I’ve enjoyed this series very much.
The story is finished now. Or maybe it's 2 or even 3 stories. Stories within stories have all drawn to a close with one final frenetic 'Push' to the end!
Stu has been struggling over the course of this serialized story to cope with his repressed grief, his self-imposed isolation from most of society, trying to complete his novel and most importantly, his lack of faith and hope. This introspection for him has been difficult, pushing him to his emotional limits and forcing him to face what he has avoided for so long. Stu’s difficulties with human connection, his sad view of the world due to his grief and his depression are all linked to one another. All of these storylines dovetail together seamlessly to try to bring resolution to all areas of Stu’s life, though it does so in completely unexpected ways. Happy or sad, everyone gets an ending to their story. Even Rolo, Stu’s faithful dog, and constant companion, would agree.
In the finale, we see whether he successfully completes his journey that only he alone was meant to travel. How he does so is elegant, genuinely poetic and given Stu’s story, perfectly appropriate and earnestly heartfelt. This is a truly flawless and satisfying conclusion to a fantastic serial, one that sincerely makes you feel it deeply, as it is so emotionally provocative and well done.
Please note that I was given an advanced readers copy of this eBook. A favorable review was never expected or asked for, only an honest one.
How can all this be possible in one short story, you may ask? Well quite simply this ain't anything but normal for a hugely talented author with a big heart, like our man from the Deep-South.
Grandiose end to a tremendous series.
Absolutely a perfect ending to this story... Having read the entire thing - I can not imagine a more befitting ending. Hank Garner was totally correct when he said to me, when I wanted him to HURRY UP and give me 'MORE" - "It'll be worth the wait".
I am a grateful ARC and sometimes BETTA reader. The opportunity to read this has been a pleasure and an honor.