And There Were No Cars on the Road

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
He goes out on a late night drive in the wintry woods to relax and free his mind, but after he becomes stranded his mind is anything but free...
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Words: 2,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452342016
About Mark Petersen

Mark Petersen is a graduate from Virginia Tech currently living in Blacksburg, Virginia working as an office supply salesman. He aspires to publish a novel someday, and has already begun work on it. That is, however, a long process. Currently he writes short stories to practice his writing and to gain feedback while also generating an audience. He enjoys thriller/suspense and desires to create a sense of fear in his reader while also imparting something lasting and of value. Mark has won an Honorable Mention Virginia Tech Literary Award for Fiction with his story "Cold Stairs".

Mark enjoys shooting, hiking, driving, coin collecting, reading, movies, and of course writing. He prefers to live somewhere with mountains and forests. He is also an avid typewriter collector and uses antique machines for a lot of his draft-writing.

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Reviews

Review by: Gavin Murphy on Oct. 12, 2013 :
Good read for a short story. the concept was interesting, and the supernatural element added to this story.
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Review by: Booksworm on Jan. 27, 2012 :
Good short story....downside you just want more.
Spooky writing this is Mark Petersen's specialty.
Keep up writing and I I'll keep up reading.
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Review by: RW Bausch on Jan. 02, 2012 :
Good short read. I found it a bit cliched, but not too much, and the ending was pretty damned good.
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Review by: Nick Steckel on June 26, 2010 :
This story is pretty solid. The writing style is good, and I spotted only one cliche in the whole story. The plot is interesting, and does leave me wanting more. This is the sort of story that one could probably make a novel out of. I am interested in what the monster was.

Overall, not a bad little story.
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Review by: Nathan Henrion on April 14, 2010 :
Cool setting and story, though not as tightly written as "Quickly In and Quickly Out". Combine the pace and flow of QIQO with the story line of "And There Were No Cars on the Road" and you got a great read. The writer has a good mind, and is going to hit a home-run soon. I'll keep reading.
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