A Man And His Ass

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
A tale of a man traveling through the desert accompanied only by his loyal donkey. The reason he has taken this perilous journey is to be revealed.
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About Jacob Mossberg

Jacob Mossberg is a native of Norway. He holds a bachelor degree in electronics engineering from Oestfold College. Before he decided to become an engineer he has worked as a bartender and bouncer, salesman and he spent 2 years as a fisherman on a long-liner. He has worked with prototyping of mobile hydraulics and ROVs. He has recently, as of 2015 entered the world of fiction writing. He is married and have a 7 year old daughter. When not writing he plays the guitar.

He has as of September 2018 gone back to writing after an almost 3 year hiatus. He is the kinda guy that appreciates a review whether it be good or bad. He believes it makes him a better writer...

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Suzy Stewart Dubot reviewed on on Sep. 23, 2018

Touching tale...
The author did a good job of setting the atmosphere of this short story. The tension created by water rationing and not knowing where to find the next water source was effective. The contrast with going to someone's aid and what happens, as a result, might well be the attitude of someone old enough he's not worried about consequences. On the whole, a good story. I was a little sorry to see some minor errors as they tended to slow down the reading. I will read some others stories by this author.
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Linda Arditto reviewed on on Nov. 2, 2015

A well told descriptive story.
Minor errors can be fixed easily.
I enjoyed it.
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Sep. 3, 2015

Not overly good or bad, flows nicely. I think the title does grab your attention, keep it, and I think the horseman helps define the Man's character. I will be looking for other works by the same author.
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James Hold reviewed on on Aug. 25, 2015

A nice story. It works best when read aloud. If reading straight off the page I noticed a few minor errors. Not that I'm pedantic about such things but a few jumped out. A misuse of "your" and "you're." A couple of times where a period would work better than a comma. And several times where the punctuation and capitalization involving quotes was incorrect. But again, a nice story.
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Boris Seaweed reviewed on on Aug. 24, 2015

Good story with poetic mood. But some remarks. First, the title 'A Man and His Ass' sounds a bit dubious. To my mind 'An Old Man and His Donkey' looks better (Hemingwayan). Second, did you really need that strange crazy horseman, riding nowhere?
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