Seditious Sun

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
A short alternative look at history of a total solar eclipse followed by a blood moon, when dire warnings go unheeded.
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About Aaron Clark

Aaron Clark is a fresh, new voice in the Science Fiction and Horror genres. His first release, Seditious Sun, presents a small taste of his apocalyptic leanings and tone of his current work in progress.

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Ecrivain Hongrois reviewed on Jan. 6, 2019

Very interesting. Stylewise, it was almost poetic. Well written and short. This story didn't need characters, as it supported itself.
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James Jenkins reviewed on April 2, 2015

Interesting and engaging, will be looking for other works by the author.
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Mary Blackwell reviewed on March 28, 2015

I thoroughly enjoyed this and felt that although it is very short, it was just the right length. I especially loved the final line which made me smile ... although of course, we are still a few days away from the 'Blood Moon'!
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Linda Arditto reviewed on March 24, 2015

I think the authors' skill is shown in a short piece of work.
Sometimes fewer words are better.
I enjoyed it very much and I can understand Ivan Popov when he said 'no characters'. It would be an interesting perspective through the eyes of a single person. This is how someone else would have done it; but the author chose to write it this way.
Getting back to the written story; as it stands it is wonderfully presented. A 5 star write.
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Ivan Popov reviewed on March 22, 2015

Maybe a bit too short and with no characters, but otherwise a nice story. It's a bit hard to evaluate a text in which the world ends in one page, and the possible skill of the author goes under he radar without an actual plot. I'm still interested in reading more though, as an "apocalyptic" fan myself.
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