The Amazing Abbey Jones

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
Fifteen Year old Abbey Jones is a pencil thickness shy of six feet tall with a body a pro wrestler would be proud of. Never knowing a single day of love or kindness, Abbey escapes her tragic life and embarks on a Journey of action packed adventure and self discovery. This is NOT a kids book. Okay FOR ADULTS and YOUNG ADULTS More

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Words: 50,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301790883
About Gary Weston

Hello again. As you know, I'm always up to something new. Just published my latest space opera. "We Are Waiting". My usual bit of fun. Good guys, bad guys, and aliens who could be either or. I still get asked (on Amazon, at least,) for more Craggy. My own fault for starting off a series where the hero is 84 years old! Made 100 by the end of book 6. Will he return? I keep saying no, but...!
I have also just added another one to My poems. Not sure if I got the background music quite right. I have 29 books and stories with sounds to them. Books with sounds??? Is that audiobooks? No.
So what is this about, Gary? I hear you ask. Well. Imagine ebooks with sound effects. Background music, ambiance, and sound effects like doors slamming, or cars driving off. It could be the next best thing. Some of my little horrors are proving popular on there, such as Character Stains. Think it's a little bit radical? Go check it out. There are some classics on there, such as Sherlock Holmes, etc. It is all FREE at the moment.
I have also created 10 audiobooks by narrating my ebooks. Some, like the All Mixed Up series, have several stories in one book. 1 to 4 and 5 to 8. If you would like to "Hear" Detective Senior Morris and the team tell the stories you'll find hyperlinks in the ebooks to take you straight there. Other audiobooks are Last Flight For Craggy. The Amazing Abbey Jones, Starlight Army and many others all at They are in MP4B format, ok for apple and others smart phone devices and free samples are available to try out. A free version of Starlight Army is available for a short time. Hope you like them. Gary

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Review by: Ria Stone on Jan. 25, 2014 :
A Quick Review: The Amazing Abbey Jones

By Gary Weston

This is the first novel I have read by Gary Weston. He has written over 47 books.

After fifteen-year-old Abbey Jones’ dismal introduction sets the tone for her adventure, she has numerous hazardous encounters that take surprising turns.

Part of what makes Abbey Jones’ adventures intriguing is Weston’s writing style. It is crisp, straightforward and economical yet the portrayals of the various characters and settings easily place the reader into the scene. He uses brisk action, direct dialogue, with little character introspection.

With 72 short chapters, Weston’s writing moves quickly from scene to scene from action to action as Jones travels the world in a fashion a bit like MacGyver, a bit like Crocodile Dundee, and a bit like Robinson Crusoe.

My favorite character was Pete.

Weston has produced stories in a wide range of genres and formats that include science fiction, horror, mysteries, poetry, and audio versions.

While many of Weston’s titles are interesting, one title intrigued me: Don’t email When Drunk. Weston is ambitious and talented. Reading his biography gives you a glimpse into his writing philosophy.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Anna Scott Graham on Oct. 19, 2012 :
For some strange reason, my 5 stars didn't appear with my review. Like David Keith, I'd give more if possible.
(review of free book)

Review by: David H. Keith on Oct. 18, 2012 :
My apologies for not putting a star rating on my preview. This book merits more than a mere five stars, but this will have to suffice.

David H. Keith
(review of free book)

Review by: David H. Keith on Oct. 18, 2012 : (no rating)
Abbey Jones is one incredible young woman. Intelligent, resourceful, courageous, and loving despite never having known love, she lived more in fifteen years than most of us do in 80. My thanks to Weston for introducing her to me and telling her story.

As usual, Weston tells a compelling story, this time about a truly remarkable woman. I'm not sure which I like best, actually: Weston's story-telling or Ms. Jones. It's a tossup.

I heartily recommend this wonderful book to any who value strong, independent people, whatever their gender. Jones is no psychopathic user, but a person who faces life as it comes and still manages to look for the love in people.

Huzzah, Mr. Weston!

David H. Keith
(review of free book)

Review by: Anna Scott Graham on Oct. 14, 2012 : (no rating)
An amazing tale of an incredible young woman forced to grow up far too fast, but courage courses through her. Abbey's inextinguishable heart drives this story; having first read of her in Starlight Army, I was thrilled, in more ways than one, to learn more about her. Kudos to Gary Weston for imbibing Abbey with such a tender but lasting soul!
(review of free book)

Review by: Kathryn Sharkey on Oct. 10, 2012 :
Action on every page, this young girl is a real life hero, what a survivor!
(review of free book)

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