A Man And His Ass

Rated 4.20/5 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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Words: 4,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311454683
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 4 year old daughter. When not writing he plays the guitar.

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Review by: Linda Arditto on Nov. 02, 2015 :
Excellent.
A well told descriptive story.
Minor errors can be fixed easily.
I enjoyed it.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 03, 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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Review by: James Hold 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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Review by: Boris Seaweed 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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Review by: Bobb B on Aug. 23, 2015 :
Liked it, rang a bit kin to the tales of the Mouser and the Barbarian.
Will try some of your other works.
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