Morning One

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Morning One is a very short story of a typical day in the near and somewhat dystopian future. More
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James Jenkins reviewed on May 12, 2015

Not overly good or bad.
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Stephanie LaRue reviewed on May 12, 2015

This was a very satisfying short story. I believe just a bit more detail and character work would drive the point of the story home, but overall it was a nice read. There are some important themes/conversations that are delved into in this piece.
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Mary Blackwell reviewed on April 25, 2015

An enjoyable introduction to a new world with great descriptions and a sort of show not tell element to us learning about the protagonist.

I feel similarly to the previous reviewers in wanting more but see that there is a Morning Two which I hope continues from where this one left off.
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Mary Blackwell reviewed on March 15, 2015
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I too would like to read something longer. It was right to finish things where you did but I wanted to know more too so it was a bit frustrating. Perhaps a bit of back-story could have ameliorated that?
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