OtherWhere: The Crazies

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John Bedford leads an honest if unremarkable, life as a train station manager.
But a chance encounter with a strange woman on the way to work looks set to shake his ordinary world to its core.
Forgotten and disturbing events from his past begin to unravel the present as the bizarre Mary takes him on a whistle-stop tour of the OtherWhere, a world that only exists on the flip-side of reality. More
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About Garry Grierson

Garry Grierson was the first of three children born to Jeanette and Tom.
He came into this world on the ninth of October 1968, and is now quite old.
After an unremarkable childhood growing up in a small mining village in Fife, Scotland, he mailed his first short-story entry to a competition aged twenty; receiving his very first form-rejection letter.
From then on he has continued the dream of publishing that first Novel. Whenever real-life as a husband and applications developer doesn’t get in the way.
Although he has had some success with short-stories the dream of publishing that elusive Novell still lingers on…

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Review by: Amy Eye on Aug. 11, 2011 :
The OtherWhere, a place to escape to once you have passed through the Nothing. It is a place where the Rabbits rule, and the Weasels are footmen. Imaginary friends are real here and the land changes with perspective. But where do you go? Who should stay and who shall remain behind?

This is a short story that I really enjoyed. It took me just a little bit to catch on to what was going on, but once I did, I found myself liking this story more than Alice in Wonderland. This short story reminded me of a mix between the Matrix and the before mentioned Alice in Wonderland.

As this is a VERY short story, about 22 pages log, I can't say too much about it without giving anything away, but I will say, if you enjoyed either of the two books that I mentioned earlier, take a chance on OtherWhere. You will not regret it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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