Waters and Mirrors

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Larry McPeak has come to the seer's crimson table in hopes of reaching beyond the veil separating the living from the dead. Among those gathered at the table, only Larry doesn't hide his face behind a mask, and he fears the oversight will prevent him from peering into the table's waters. But the seer promises him his turn, and so Larry stares in the rippling cloth hoping to touch the other side. More
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Words: 7,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311540720
About Brian S. Wheeler

Brian S. Wheeler calls Hillsboro, Illinois home, a town of roughly 6,000 in the middle of the flatland. The rural Midwest inspires much of Brian's work, and he hopes any connections readers might make between his fiction and the places and people he has had the pleasure to know are positive.

Brian earned a degree in English from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. He has taught high school English and courses in composition and creative writing. Imagination has been one of Brian's steadfast companions since childhood, and he dreams of creating worlds filled with inspiration and characters touched by magic.

When not writing, Brian does his best to keep organized, to get a little exercise, or to try to train good German Shepherd dogs. He remains an avid reader. More information regarding Brian S. Wheeler, his novels, and his short stories can be found by visiting his website at www.flatlandfiction.com.

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Review by: Amy Likes on Feb. 23, 2014 :
Very good. A different way of looking at life and death.
(review of free book)

Review by: tony parsons on Feb. 14, 2014 :
Waters & Mirrors
Larry McPeak is going to a séance. The others around the table have masks (vulture, Cyclops, unicorn, alligator) on. Everyone was supposed to look in the water. The seer was communicating with Mrs. Aikman, Isabella & Mr. Hale. Larry called out to Logan & Charlotte.
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A failry well written sorta realistic short story (book). It wasn’t always easy to read/follow from start/finish. Never a dull moment. Quite a few twists/turns. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of interesting scenarios & a great host of characters. Not sure I got the whole story content so I will rate it at 4/5 stars.
Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)

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