Lark-Ellen, a short story

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Teo Bojorquez tells the tale of what happened on the plateau of Xitapec, a story of love, loss, and unimaginable horror.

"The jungle in the morning is a wonderful place: the stirrings of small creatures, the echo of birdsong, the sun filtering through a vaulted green ceiling—I had never loved it as much as I did then.

I doubt if I will ever love it again." More
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About Stan Smith

Stan Smith has been a DJ, an ice truck driver, door-to-door encyclopedia salesman, assistant manager of one of L.A.'s largest theaters, manager of a coffee store, a title insurance officer, a copywriter for the Washington Post, and a 30-year marketing communicator for a major defense contractor. He retired to Oregon in 2012, and lives with his wife, four dogs, two goats, and two sheep. He is at work on his next novel.

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Review by: David Rickey on Feb. 19, 2014 :
A quick read, disappointingly so, as it is so intriguing!
The mood is well set and a bit ominous, the dialogue is succinct and well crafted. One can only hope this is a "teaser" as the story and concept begs for a full length treatment.
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Review by: adrianna amato on Jan. 2, 2014 :
This short story was awesome! I loved how it was told. Very unique and engaging. The ending was quite gruesome though the author left it to your imagination. I also enjoyed the horror/scifi mix. I would love to read more from this author.
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