The Train

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A young girl takes a train ride she will never forget. More
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About Kate Everson

I am a Canadian photojournalist interested in topics of spirituality, travel, ancient sites and Celtic history.
One of the key elements in my ebooks is nature as I find that a way to connect to the spiritual side of people. Whether fiction or nonfiction, we can all relate to the trees, sun and sky.
I also like writing stories about my grandchildren Shannon and Ally who are growing up faster than I can write!

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Review by: David Blake on Nov. 13, 2012 :
The story's quite well written. The plot starts off as intriguing... Then gets even more intriguing... Then seems to get a bit silly... And then the ending is an unforgiveable cop-out. Sorry, that kind of resolution is just not acceptable in fiction - my English teacher told a fellow pupil in my class that when I was aged 11! It's the second time I've come across it in a Smashwords book, and ironically the other book was about an unusual train ride too. I see there are sequels to this story, I've not read them yet, so I don't know if the goalposts move (as it were) but as a stand-alone story this one feels like a complete let-down. Sorry.
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Review by: Eloise Tavares on Jan. 14, 2012 :
Good, wanto many more
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Review by: Alaska Everfall on Jan. 10, 2012 :
Oh my! I couldn't keep my eyes off the pages of this amazing book! I loved the ending. I laughed so loudly. And yet, there were parts where my heart paced like a maniac. This is the kind of third person writing I adore.
Amazing work, Ms Everson!
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