The Storyteller

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Angela, though she was only nine years old, was a girl who possessed a very powerful gift: the gift of the storyteller. For Angela has a rare gift. She can tell a story so well, one can actually feel like they are there. But that's just the beginning. Angela's gift is a two-edged sword that can take her listener to the heights of heaven or to the very depths of hell. More

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About the Series: The Storyteller
Angela looks like your typical child, but she had a rare gift. She can tell a story so well that the listener can feel, see, and even taste what she says. But there is a double edge to this gift. To those she likes it's a delight. But to her enemies, it's a living nightmare.

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James Jenkins reviewed on on May 26, 2018

Well written, flows nicely, the girls future is going to be very interesting.
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Adelise M Cullens reviewed on on Nov. 2, 2015

Great story, easy to read and goose-bump inducing. I think I would be happy to read an entire novel on this character!
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quellv1 reviewed on on Sep. 19, 2015

great story. Would like to read more about Angela
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KarenLRowel reviewed on on Sep. 8, 2015

Excellent quick read which was quite spooky. I'd love to read more about this little girl.
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Mary Blackwell reviewed on on Aug. 30, 2015

This is a great little story, full of atmosphere and jumpy bits. Perfect length too.
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