In the Woods

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A terrifying walk in the woods... You can run, but you'll never escape. More
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About David J. Skinner

Nacido en 1974, David J. Skinner cuenta con cinco novelas publicadas, "Los crímenes del ajedrez", "La amenaza", "Masacre en Nueva York", "August. Pecado mortal" y "Una herencia problemática", y participa en varias antologías y recopilaciones de relatos o cuentos, como "Sugiéreme", "El hombre eterno y otros once relatos", "Cuentos por la vida", "Imaginaria", "Gritos contra la violencia de género" o "El último Borbón"
David J. Skinner was born in 1974 in Spain. Novelist since 2011, he is credited with five published novels, "La amenaza", "Los crímenes del ajedrez", "Masacre en Nueva York", "August. Pecado mortal" and "Una herencia problemática". He also participates with short tales in books like "El hombre eterno y otros once relatos", "Sugiéreme", "Cuentos por la vida", "Imaginaria", "Gritos contra la violencia de género" and "El último Borbón"

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Jonathan Antony Strickland reviewed on Nov. 30, 2013

Pretty much have to agree with Mick carter on this one. The story is good, but perhaps unlike the other story (Ten Minutes) I have read here by David J. Skinner, the translation does get a little in the way.

That said, it's a mere 220 words and still a good quick read with a nice twist for an go on...give the old peepers a quick glance...I promise, you won't be dissapointed.
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Michael Carter reviewed on Nov. 20, 2013

Very short piece; flash flash fiction, about a flight from pursuit in the woods.

There is a sense of good writing here, but this comes across as a poor translation; the author is Spanish, and I suspect there is much of the original lost in its translation to English.

I think this authors works would be much better and much clearer, in his first language.
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