The Scientist's Daughter

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Grief stricken Colin Patterson is willing to go to extraordinary lengths in order to save his daughter, despite the fact that she is already dead. It isn’t long before he wishes that he had left the dead in peace.

Illustrated with original artwork created by the author for the story, The Scientist’s Daughter is the first in a series of unique short, illustrated tales. More

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Words: 25,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476328379
About F. R. Donaldson

I write short, illustrated, strange and dark tales, for busy people.

Linked to my artwork, the stories generally are generated from a single drawing that becomes a series of drawings and then, a tale.

My artwork can be seen in my blog, so take a look if you like. I will be making short animated trailers for my tales, so check and subscribe to my Youtube account for upcoming stories that will be added to the series.

Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy my tales!

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The Scientist's Daughter
Grief stricken Colin Patterson is willing to go to extraordinary lengths in order to save his daughter, despite the fact that she is already dead. It isn't long before he wishes that he had left the dead in peace. Illustrated with original artwork created by the author for the story, The Scientist's Daughter is the first in a series of unique short, illustrated tales.

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Review by: scribble75 on May 07, 2012 :
I have followed Katie's story from her first incarnation where she started out as drawings posted on twitter. The artwork was arresting and strangely beautiful considering the subject matter! Then followed a few words to go with the pictures, released in stages, sparse but mesmerising. I can honestly say I grew impatient waiting for the instalments as I wanted to see how the story was to unfold. I will be honest I was worried when I learned an expanded version was in the works, I was concerned that the magic may be lost. I was wrong. The soul and beauty of the art and story are intact and infact enhanced. Well done F, can't wait to see what you do next.

Scribble75
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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