Christmas in NeverEarth

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
All people, all children, have adventures in fantastic, magical worlds of talking animals, living legends, and myth. But all children, eventually, grow up and forget.

Anthony forgot.

But stranded for the holidays at college, no longer a child and beset with adult problems and concerns, a visitor from his past reminds him. More

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About Sylvan Scott

I wrote about robots.

When I was a kid, my first story was about robots that looked like people: the only survivors of a world-wide nuclear war. What can I say? I grew up in the 70's.

Since then I've sculpted all manner of stories about all sorts of topics. Science Fiction and Fantasy still remain favorites of mine and, usually, what I can express in speculative fiction I'd rather not express in other formats.

I love short stories and am working on making this writing bug that I've harbored for so many years finally work for me.

Here goes nothing.

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Review by: Selim Marishta on Jan. 11, 2014 :
I enjoyed reading the first of the series and will continue to read all of them. It feels weird reading about a big and complex world without actually taking the time to set the scene, but I found that it didn't bother me that much. Looking forward to reading the rest of the books.
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Review by: Katie Boofer on Dec. 21, 2011 : (no rating)
This is an open ended piece, but it is quite effective. The language evokes a type of majestic fantasy realm like that of C.S. Lewis. But instead of a child entering the realm, we see an adult. The story itself is clean, so I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to teens or adults. Children might enjoy some of the scenes, but the true magic of the piece might be lost on them. If we are lucky, we will see more in the future about Anthony's return to NeverEarth.
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Review by: GlennAndSasha Gabriel on Dec. 18, 2011 :
Enchanting! Beautifully visual and entertaining. You've got a winner here and definitely sequels galore!
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Review by: aobibliophile on Dec. 18, 2011 :
too short but i loved it. i wish the author would write more about Tony and Wiste's adventures - the ones referred to in the story.
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