Blessings of an Immortal

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
For a time longer than he remembered, the immortal Gregory lived his life on a mountain far removed from the seasons, but his quiet existence takes an unexpected turn when a traveling stranger greets his door and asks for something extraordinary.
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About Brett P. S.

Brett Sawyer (1986), born in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, is an indie author who writes short stories & novellas, from science fiction to heroes. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in education and currently teaches game design at Lake Land College.

Short Change arrived at retailers in November of 2014, the start of a hero series where ordinary people gained powers over oddly specific domains, following the story of a shorter than average hero who can telekinetically manipulate small units of currency.

Short Change is free on “” and Barnes & Noble along with other samples and short fiction.

Brett’s popular releases in science fiction include “Dark Station” and “Tales from the Colony: An Interstellar Saga.” Dark Station is a deep space thriller set aboard an abandoned orbital science station where Ben Gebbley and his crew secretly investigate the disappearance of the original staff before others come to claim the lost assets.

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Review by: Mike White on Sep. 3, 2016 :
I have to say, Gregory's strategy for refusing someone's request for immortality is more effective than that of most characters. The author is going for the interpretation that immortals are remote, out-of-touch, and out-of-time enough that years may as well be minutes for them. While this isn't my favorite interpretation of immortality, the story does a good job of exploring it.
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Review by: James Jenkins on April 2, 2015 :
This feels like it is probably completely true, all of the characters fill their roles completely.
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Review by: Ex-L-Ence Publishing on Dec. 19, 2013 :
Quite a nice short story...
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