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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Newt Run is a town that shouldn't exist, a town of artists, drug dealers, miners and steam. It’s a town at the center of a broken universe, and broken universes have the bad tendency to fall apart. In this tale, a young woman finds that a tattoo's ink may not be as permanent as it seems. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 4,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301855520
About Chad Inglis

Writer of fine urban fantasy and pre-apocalyptic fiction.

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Review by: Tom Lichtenberg on Dec. 27, 2012 :
Another intense, compelling installment in the Newt Run series. Each of these 'modules' are like windows into another world, a place you want to know more about. The author sets about laying these threads for you to follow, a trail of crumbs. The reader has much in common with some of the characters as we search these stories for clues and answers.
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Review by: Emerson Johns on Dec. 26, 2012 :
What exactly is a 'module'? Let me tell you what it isn't: it isn't a self-contained story with a resolution (I've now come across several stories on smashwords that don't end). A module apparently doesn't have to explain itself. What is powder? Why does it matter? Is powder the reason this 'module' is classified as urban fantasy? Why do the girl's tattoos matter? Where exactly is the fantasy element? I kept thinking maybe my iPad didn't download the whole thing, so I downloaded it again.

And here's the worst part: the writing was very good. It was intense and well-spoken (aside from 'desert' which needed to be 'dessert', but big whoop), there were excellent visuals. I read rapidly and hopefully to the end. It's clear Chad has a great command of the language. I just feel robbed because I didn't read Newt Run first.

Which I'll be certain to do.
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