Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Flash Fiction science fiction. Told in first person, a woman runs through streets filled with sentinel cyborgs. She struggles to cope with the recent invasion and a long forgotten memory.
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About Elizabeth Los

"I began writing fan fiction short stories in 2011, as means of escape. The response to the stories provided the necessary encouragement to continue on. A wife and mother, working full time plus another job on the side, and helping others in need, I made writing my therapy, my release for stress. I hope to continue on with this love, providing the same enjoyment she receives while writing."

Elizabeth uses writing as therapy, her release from everyday stress. At night, after work and once the children are finally tucked in bed, for the fifth time, she sits at her laptop and lets her imagination flow.

Elizabeth has produced short stories, one of which will be published in an anthology. She had a blast writing Sherlock Holmes fan fiction story entitled A Case of Need, based on the BBC’s Sherlock. By July 2011, her first novel, Second on the Right, had been completed. She spent several years polishing the story in order to provide a high quality product to the public. Second on the Right is her first professional novel.

Elizabeth currently lives in Southern California with her husband, children, as well as a rambunctious Black Labrador and an enormous yet loveable Saint Bernard.

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Review by: Margo H on Sep. 20, 2016 :
An interesting premise yet too short. I didn't get the ending... too vague.
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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Oct. 4, 2013 :
I agree with Shayne in most respects, but for me the 'stop start' writing added to the first person narrative. An entertaining and worthwhile read with a trick ending that will leave you speechless... well done, Elizabeth!
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Review by: Shayne T Wright on Oct. 3, 2013 :
A hard core sci-fi short story and entertaining piece of flash fiction.

Conceptually good however, for me, the stilted writing disjointed the fast action being described resulting in a stop start feeling which should have flowed more smoothly.

Overall, a bit of fun which provides a sample of the author's style.
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