A Grave Too Small

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
The shadows in the damp churchyard clutched at the weary little girl, She was so tired of waiting. But she knew she mustn't give up.

Few people looked at her now, and when they did, they turned and hurried away.

"I have to find someone to listen to me, please God," she prayed.

"Please God, please God..." More
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About Sheila Jecks

Sheila Jecks is a compulsive writer who specializes in stories that are weird, odd and a little off. The unusual has always intrigued her and found its way into her writing. Her other interests are genealogy, old graveyards and stories told by the pioneers who opened up Canada.

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Review by: shario1 on Dec. 25, 2014 :
An interesting story line, but the grammatical errors prevened me from enjoying the book. The story just did not flow in some places.
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Review by: Georgi Abbott on Oct. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
A nice light read and it was interesting to read about areas i'm familiar with as i grew up in the Vancouver area.
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Review by: kari cook on Sep. 17, 2012 :
This gets two stars instead of one star since I liked the story but not the writing. This story would benefit from a good editor. The length does not really work. It should either be longer with more background and explanation or shorter and tighter. Red herrings are fine in traditional mysteries but they do not work in ghost stories. If you introduce something you should explain it. Although you find out the mystery at the end it does not make sense and nothing else was explained. Another pet peeve of mine is authors that do not count. If you mention something 3 times do go back and change it to 2 times. This story could have packed more scares but unfortunately the writing did not do justice to the story
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Review by: lillianne galernaud on Aug. 15, 2012 : (no rating)
PDF version: There are two boys and a girl in this family, yet the author keeps talking about "the girls" when it comes to her own children... well, is it me or some unnoticed flaw in the plot? Aunt Muriel becomes suddenly Aunt Bergel?
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Review by: Vanessa on Aug. 13, 2012 :
Very good.
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Review by: Cathy Smith on July 29, 2012 :
I enjoyed ths little story emensly. The pages came to life and encouraged you to keep turning. Well told, and well written. Thank you for the free read.
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Review by: wanda on July 20, 2012 : (no rating)
'A Grave Too Small' by Sheila S. Jecks is a short story about a family that moves into a heritage home. The mother, Sara, spies a little girl wandering around the churchyard one evening and wonders who the little girl could be and why is she out so late......
Very well written, suspenseful, I would love to read more by this author!
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