The Wayward

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An accidental fall down the stairs enables Ramon to see lost souls caught between life and death. Feeling that knowledge of their existence is a threat to them, the lost souls try to claim Ramon as one of their own. But Ramon fights back and discovers a way to affect these non-corporeal beings. Can he enact his plan before it is too late? More

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About Rich Feitelberg

Rich Feitelberg is a poet and novelist, author of the Aglaril Cycle. The first of these epic novels, Aure the Topaz, is complete and released October, 2013. Visit for details. Rich is now working on the rest. He also has fifteen short stories to his credit. In his spare time, Rich writes poetry, and blogs. For more information about Rich's activities, visit his web site,

Rich earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Worcester State College. His Master of Arts in Technical Communication was received at Bowling Green State University. Currently, Rich is working on several writing projects: completing his fantasy series, the Aglaril Cycle, a collection of poetry, and two collections of short stories.

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Review by: tony parsons on Jan. 06, 2014 :
Ramon walked along in the fog did not recognize any of the PPL. In the hospital,
Darlene, Ramon’s wife told him he had fell down a flight of stairs (concussion, broken left arm). The next night he dreamt about the PPL he met in the fog.
Ramon retuned home & started researching about lost souls (life/death). The carpenters came to fix the stairs.
Ramon got better & was listening to his scanner about all the crimes going on.
A fire had erupted in their neighborhood & he went to investigate once again PPL he did not know.

Wow, a very well written suspenseful, paranormal or schifi short story (book). Easy to read/follow, never a dull moment. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Great scenario & a groups of characters. This could make a very great schifi or even a horror type movie or the beginnings of a TV series. Very easy for me to give the short story (book) 5 stars.

Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)

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