Futurecaster

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A man learns to tell the future and tries to avoid his destiny. Will he succeed or will fate claim him? More

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Words: 2,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301984107
About David S Reynolds

I am somewhat of a rarity - A Tucsonan that was actually born in Tucson, Az. Other than one semester of college at Northern Arizona University where I learned I don't like snow, always lived in the Tucson valley and consider myself a certified desert rat.

I enjoy reading and writing many different styles and genre, from political satire to mindless theater. Sometimes I write with a message in mind, sometimes I don't.

When I'm not writing I enjoy traveling, photography, riding motorcycles, building and flying model aircraft and trying new stuff.

You can find more about me and find out about new releases on Facebook by looking up Renaissance Redneck Media.

I hope you get something from my writings, even if it is just a laugh.

Thanks for reading.

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Review by: Jess Elizabeth O'Connell on Oct. 15, 2013 :
A very enjoyable intriguing read. I am reminded somewhat of the movie 'Paycheck' maybe the author watched it and got inspired. But this is better than the movie in my opinon. Perhaps as an idea the author could use this piece as the beginning of a novel. Maybe there is more to this story!!

It is told in the first person and there is no dialogue (dialogue fans take note). It is a good paced story that you will not be able to put down. I won't mention anything about its contents as I dislike spoilers. I do agree with the reviewer below me, that you do feel are on the journey with the character, you can feel the emotions.
A highly recommended read.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Cristina Salinas on Oct. 11, 2013 :
I was fascinated from the first page. This short story has depth, a touch of mystery, and you really feel the character's journey. I enjoyed reading this and would recommend it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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