Three Very Short Stories

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Three very short science fiction stories. Each is only around eight hundred words.
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JQDahiya reviewed on Jan. 29, 2019

This is rated around 3 stars, meaning I liked it well enough to write reviews and hope it gets good sales.

They have a very 70s feel, hallucinogenic almost. The first one starts hinting the conclusion, but by then it's almost over so no spoilers after all. Classic sci fi. The second one is disturbing in its implications. The third one is mystical, a parable, almost.
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Helen Druett reviewed on Aug. 21, 2017

The Truth In The Eyes - isn't that true now. Excellent 5/5
Morphing Memories: awakening. Distress, want to return. 5/5. The Hall - Waiting. For what? Choice. This made no sense. 1/5
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James Jenkins reviewed on Nov. 4, 2016

Formatting issues, some print is all bold some is not.

The first story is unique, with a surprise ending that I was not expecting but made me smile.

The other two or not overly good or bad.
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tony parsons reviewed on Jan. 6, 2014

The Truth in the Eyes
The police picked up Richard Vondeerk. Something had crashed in his yard & killed someone. The P/O interrogating him ask him if he knew about memory sharing (take memories from another person). He is shown a picture of himself.

Morphing Memories
Creation in one’s mind.

The Hall
Alone with ones thoughts.

3 delightful similar but different well written mysterious suspenseful to the end short stories (book). Easy to read/follow, never a dull moment. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Great scenario & a groups of characters. These could make a very great suspenseful paranormal or schifi type movie or the beginnings of a TV series. Very easy for me to give the short story (book) 5 stars.

Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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Rowland Somers reviewed on Jan. 1, 2014

The first surprised me or maybe I misunderstood. Would the police be so calm in questioning an alien?
The second and third I really enjoyed.
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