The Secret Frequency

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Jack Ellis had aged well.

Although that was nothing new; not now.

Everyone aged well these days. Looking from his perch down at burning city below he mused that aging well was no longer the problem, no need for moisturisers or multi-vitamins.

Living well was the challenge nowadays.

And it was all his fault.
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About Edgar Million

Edgar Millions books are mostly sci-fi, with a dash of fantasy, horror and contemporary fiction thrown in.

I have numerous stories available on Smashwords all free of charge and one short novel, A Button To Save the World (available for a miniscule fee - or for free to anyone who follows me on Twitter and asks for it).

I grew up in London and studied Art and Animation at Central St Martins and Surrey Institute of Art and Design, and thanks to Smashwords have finally found something to do with all the short stories I write to distract me from the novel I'm now attempting to edit.

The novel, my first full length book, is going to be called “Ordinary” and would have published already if I didn't keep being interrupted by regularly having to attend a day job to earn money.

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Reviews

Review by: James Jenkins on May 21, 2016 :
Not overly good, bad or original.
(review of free book)
Review by: A. J. Oxford on Oct. 16, 2014 :
Interesting story. Well written but still needs a bit of editing. What about a remote shutoff? I look forward to reading your other short stories.
(review of free book)
Review by: A. Ramsey on Oct. 15, 2014 :
The idea behind the story was very interesting. I also like the feelings that were pursued through the book; a rise and fall of a great "gift". The only thing I was not particularly fond of was the formatting of the story in my reader. Otherwise this was a fun read!
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