Dampier Falls

Adult
Rated 4.50/5 based on 5 reviews
On the first night at Dampier Falls, a family are settled at their camp site ready to embark on a peacefull weekend. This changes when a car full of strangers takes the lives of the Husband and Father-in-law. It soon becomes a game of cat and mouse as the mother and her three children wander the woods, fighting to make it out alive. Will they all be murdered or will the hunters become the hunted?.
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Words: 17,900
Language: English
About Amanda Shepherd

I am a Dubbo artist and writer. I am currently studying for my Bachelor of fine arts and I love to write when I have the time. My main catergories of literature are thrillers and horror.

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Review by: gotmud on Aug. 29, 2011 :
THIS WAS A GREAT BOOK. I REALLY ENJOYED READING THIS. I WOULD READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR KEEP THE GOOD WORK UP.IF YOU WANT A GREAT READ I SAY READ THIS BOOK.
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Review by: DIANE MARTIN on March 21, 2011 :
This is an exciting story that keeps your attention through out the whole read. Very entertaining and I just could not put it down. This is a very well written short story.
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Review by: sbelle55 on April 01, 2010 : (no rating)
I was so excited after reading the review for this book but so far I have been unable to read it using Stanza Epub. I can read it on my computer but it seems to be a no go for the iphone even after trying several different formats. I will check back with hopes that this will get fixed soon.
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Review by: Dan Fitzpatrick on March 06, 2010 :
After reading a few short stories, I have determined that I will never do certain things ever again. Camping is now on that list.

From start to finish, this book was unbelieveably entertaining. It was a brilliant idea. Reading or watching horror stories with characters that have common sense make it all the more pleasing. Amanda did a fantastic job with the character developments and settings. She puts you into the twisted world of this unfortunate family, and even though the book is enjoyable, you really want it to end.

I'm giving it a 4-star rating. The story was awesome, but I have to take away points for some of the structure. Normally, I don't really pay attention to things like this. I don't really give a crap about spelling or punctuation errors because it happens to all of us. What caught my attention with this story was the mixing of the dialogue. What I mean by that is there were certain instances where I was confused about who was speaking. With such an intriguing page turner as this book is, I didn't like stopping when I didn't have to. It stops the blood from pumping and takes away from the excitement. I often had to stop to make sure I knew who was speaking. It was a bit distracting and it took away the emotion from the characters in heated situations.

If I was to make a recommendation, I would go back and do some structural editing of this story. I normally wouldn't say that because I don't really have the right. However, I see so much potential in this story that if it were cleaned up, I really think it could go places. Despite the distraction, I would (and will) highly recommend this book, and I will definitely read Amanda's other stories.

Dan Fitzparick, Author
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Review by: Daniel Whittman on Dec. 21, 2009 :
This was a good short story. I read it last night. It kept me interested after the opening.

Daniel Whittman

It would be nice if every reader rated what they read both for the author and the reading public.
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