The Imaginist: The Other Guest

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Something uncanny transpires in the home of Nigel Brimmington. The sweet orphan he adopted may very well be vandalizing his property! Has the child become cruelly mischievous, or worse, gone mad? Is something more sinister at work? “The Other Guest” is the second mystery of “The Imaginist” tales by T.K. Wade. More
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Words: 5,490
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301424405
About TK Wade

I am an aspiring writer living in coastal North Carolina. I have written stories in many different genres, most of which favor surrealism and dramatic fantasy. I especially love stories depicting animals in such a way that it represents human culture (e.g. Aesop’s Fables). I have joined Smashwords in an effort to make some of my lesser known works available to the reading public. Also, you can read my blog at
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Review by: Christopher Buffaloe on Aug. 26, 2013 :
I found this to be a spectacular and fun tale. It was a nice compliment to the first Imaginist story. The Victorian era dialogue was very well written. Montague has become my favorite character, I spent most of the time in anticipation of what he was going to do or say next. Serious situations were well mixed with lighthearted humor to spin a very enjoyable tale.

I can't wait for the next Imaginist story.
(review of free book)

Review by: A.E. Moseley on Nov. 22, 2012 :
This was a fascinating little story! I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love the Victorian era setting, and it was well used and accurately described. I loved all the characters as well. Each was well fleshed out, unique and interesting. There was plenty of humor in this too, and it never felt forced.

The story starts off at a nice pace and builds up nicely. There was a lovely twist about half way through, and I found the ending very satisfying. It was just open enough for a continuation, yet I didn't feel like I was denied anything as a reader.

I look forward to seeing more of these characters. This was an incredibly enjoyable read and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys the Victorian era, talking mice or to anyone with a healthy dose of imagination.
(review of free book)

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