The bulldozer ploughed on

Rated 2.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Out on the edge of the desert, things get a bit feral.
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About Ian Buchanan

Hi
I have been writing still, for those who are still waiting for the next stage of The Jetty Journals. It's coming along, slower than it should, but nearly finished. I'm biased, but I think it will be as exciting as the first book.
I work as a technical manager for web projects, and write in bursts when I get some time.
Thanks for your feedback, and happy to hear from readers.
You can also contact me via the jetty journals website.

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David Blake reviewed on Nov. 6, 2012

Well written, a short story that suggests more horror than it actually portrays. However, I found the first half of the story a bit of a strain to get through as it was so uninteresting. I'll be generous (because the writing was otherwise good) and give this a 4, because the story becomes more interesting and makes more sense to the reader in the latter half, but I just didn't feel sufficiently involved or engaged early on and if it hadn't been such a short story I'd have given up on it. It needed a portent of things to come, even if it was just the father dismissing one of the daughters' suggestions that there's danger in the desert.
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l fry reviewed on Nov. 1, 2010

I found this story to elusive. It did not make any sense. Even for a young adult to read you wait for something to happen. It did not delelop into a plot or an ending.
(review of free book)
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