Waiting for the Train

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A quick short story about a discharged soldier waiting on a train station platform eager to be reunited with his wife.
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About Eduard Joseph

Eduard Joseph lives in Cape Town South Africa and has been writing since a young age. His first book "Freaks want love too" was rejected by numerous publishers in 2005.

In 2013 he decided to go the self-publishing route and his first novel hit online stores. It was a success on Amazon.com until it was removed by the author due to royalty issues.

Eduard Joseph loves writing what's in his heart, and thus writes about anything from romance, comedy, horror and suspense.

His latest novel,"Age of Men", is currently available for free for a limited time from many online stores and tells of Professor White who must assist the government in a race against time to find the cause of mass disappearances that is ravaging the world.

To celebrate a decade of writing a collection of poems, "Cadence", was published on 21 June 2018 along with a stand alone short story in the " Age of Men" saga entitled "Titan".

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About the Series: Flash Fiction
A new series of super short stories of up to 2 pages.

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Mike White reviewed on on June 6, 2016

This dark story does indeed have a great ending with a solid build-up. Oddly enough, this story seems like it would complement the classic Waiting for Godot in some ways, despite their differences. They both ultimately seem to touch on similar philosophical issues.
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Tracey Meredith reviewed on on Nov. 18, 2014

Nice story, good twist. Deserves more than 2 stars even before the corrections, in my view.
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Brian Stubbs reviewed on on Nov. 5, 2014

Neat twist which I didn't see coming. However the story didn't ring true from the start. No newspaper in an allied country ever printed "Hitler Winning." That was tantamount to treason. What person in mid 20th Century is called 'Page'? 'Paige' maybe, but not 'Page'. If you intend to set a story in an historical period it's important you know history. Some grammatical errors.
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