Ghosts of Florence Pass

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
After the plane carrying his family home from a wilderness vacation crashes on a remote mountain pass, fourteen year-old John Parker awakens to a scene of unspeakable tragedy. Gravely injured and skirting the lines of consciousness, John Parker must cope with his devastating loss as he quickly undertakes an epic battle for survival. More
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Words: 8,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310395123
About Brian J. Anderson

Brian J. Anderson grew up in Middleton, Wisconsin—spoiled rotten by a childhood filled with outdoor exploits and Midwestern warmth. Armed with a Biology degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, he has spent the last twenty-odd years in life science research, including stints in Agronomy, Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Brian had dreamed of writing a novel since the age of sixteen, and after innumerable false starts and dead ends—not to mention decades of simmering experience, patience and maturity—found a story that wouldn’t let him go. The Ascent of PJ Marshall is the culmination of this lifelong quest and the first chapter in his second act.

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Review by: Dingbat Publishing on Feb. 24, 2014 :
e e cummings would have been thrilled at this short story. Sad but excellent ending, and well written throughout. Thanks for the read, Mr. Anderson.
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Review by: ThomasF on Jan. 14, 2014 :
Great story, great characters, and the spare writing style worked for me. It really added to the overall feel of the story. Recommended
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Review by: Freda Mantor on Nov. 09, 2013 :
Like David, quotation marks are important and there are NONE here. Sentences are far too long BUT, this can be corrected and I would recommend the author does this ASAP.
Would have been 5 stars for the storyline but due to this problem that makes it difficult for the reader.........
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Review by: Sue Erickson on Nov. 05, 2013 :
Well I liked your story very much!! Sad at the end though but a great story!!!!!
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Review by: David H. Keith on Oct. 31, 2013 :
This could be a good story. Could be. Sadly, Mr. Anderson has chosen to eschew common grammatic conventions, the result of which is a book that is apparently completely devoid of dialogue. Oh, I know it's there - I can figure that out - but it's much too distracting to bother. Quotation marks are here for a reason: to make the reader's job easier and keep himer engaged and involved in the story. Sadly, that didn't happen here. I give him two stars for the concept of the story and his overall writing talent. It would have rated a solid five stars were he more attentive to the things that loom large when missing.
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