Small White Room

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Daryl Cobb awakes to find that he's trapped in a white room with no windows and only one door to the outside world. With no explanation as to how he got here or why, he must deal with bizarre happenings as they're literally handed to him by an unseen, white-gloved host. More
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Words: 3,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301107964
About Lauren Jefferson

Lauren Jefferson has previously been published with Thick Jam and Thought Catalog. She is currently hard at work on projects that require copious amounts of coffee to sustain productivity.

She lives with her blue Bengal Ferris Mewller and has an insatiable love for bad chinese buffets.

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Review by: David Blake on Dec. 30, 2013 :
A well-written short piece, with good use of vocabulary and a clear sense of character. Some readers may be left with a sense of frustration that the questions this story poses are not given answers, but part of enjoying a story should be to exercise one's imagination where necessary. The strength of this tale lies not within its plot, but within its portrayal of the protagonist's reaction to the events.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 05, 2013 :
The words all go together well, but the story does not make any sense. If you have read the description then you have as much enlightenment about the story as you will have after reading it.
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Review by: Richard MIchael Lucas on Oct. 05, 2013 :
The opening paragraph grips the reader and doesn't let go. A fantastic journey of whimsy wordplay tinged with sadness. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because I want more. What is the next installment in this haunted scenario? A taste is not enough.
-Richard Michael Lucas , Screenwriter
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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Sep. 28, 2013 :
Lauren has given a succinct description I really can't add to without spoiling the story. So I will simply give my impressions: this is prose elevated to the realm of poetry, every word thoroughly vivisected and stitched together just so to give the reader maximum impact with a minimalist sort of wording. I absolutely love this experiment in random object framework and think I shall have to roll the dice, so to speak, on my own randomology. I have absolutely no suggestions that could make this little piece of fiendishly sadistic horror any more enjoyable. Welcome to Smashwords, Lauren and I hope you grace us with more of your horror.
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