Voices

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Tom is receiving frantic calls from his girlfriend. She is in trouble, serious trouble, and desperately needs his help. The problem is, she does not own a cell phone and every time Tom goes to the places she says she is, she is not there. On top of that she keeps referring to events that Tom does not witness happening, and a son that they do not have.

Voices is a short suspense story.
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Review by: Susan on Sep. 04, 2011 :
A beauty! Entertaining story with a tantalising ending.
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Review by: Ambyr Moon on May 04, 2011 :
WOW. This was a great short story. When I was finished, I couldn’t help but wonder, now what? This was a brilliant story, just wish there was more.
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Review by: Deb Robinson on May 04, 2011 :
Wish this was longer!
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Review by: Scott Crowder on May 03, 2011 :
I think Ms. Ericson has written a really good story here. It moves along at a good clip and I think she did a bang-up job setting the tone of Tom's confusion without confusing the reader in the process. Perhaps she could have taken a bit more time explaining the meteors that are obviously at the root of what's happening to Tom; instead of being mysterious, they are presented rather clumsily as a plot element. Ms. Ericson's style, in this piece, is a little workman-like. If she decides to go back into the story and magnify the unknown qualities of the meteors, and expand on how the world and Tom have viewed them the last few days, this might go a long way toward livening up the prose. Last but not least I have to admit that I enjoy reading a story where the author doesn't simply wrap things up in a nice little bow. She's left the reader wanting to know more about what's happened without being obtuse and intentionally trying to confuse him. All around a good strong story that with a little work could be even stronger.
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