OtherWhere The Vagrant’s Tail

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Arthur Meadows fell into a downward spiral and lost everything after the voices and visions started.
His average day consisted of bumming money on the street, and trying to forget his tattered life.
But not every person he meets is all that they seem, and a seemingly chance encounter leads to a very different end to the day.

This is a Spin-off story from my Novelette 'The Crazies'
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About Garry Grierson

Garry Grierson was the first of three children born to Jeanette and Tom.
He came into this world on the ninth of October 1968, and is now quite old.
After an unremarkable childhood growing up in a small mining village in Fife, Scotland, he mailed his first short-story entry to a competition aged twenty; receiving his very first form-rejection letter.
From then on he has continued the dream of publishing that first Novel. Whenever real-life as a husband and applications developer doesn’t get in the way.
Although he has had some success with short-stories the dream of publishing that elusive Novell still lingers on…

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Review by: Vanessa Finaughty on July 10, 2011 :
I liked the main character in The Vagrant's Tail, and found the author's voice to be easy to read and enjoyable. The story needs a bit of an edit, but I'd still recommend this as a good read.
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Review by: Logan Branjord on May 17, 2011 :
Gary Grierson has a well fleshed out character named Arthur. You will quickly identify with him no matter what your background or demographic. That said, there are grammar issues in the text that slowed me down a bit.

I find Gary to be an articulate writer who can paint a realistic picture. I enjoyed The Vagrant's Tale and it is worth your time.

Grammar issues are the only reason it is not 5 stars.
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