Res Arcana: The Advent of Choice

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From the moment we become aware of our power to make choices, we struggle to make the right ones. Assuming there is such a thing as ‘the right choice’...

In 27 short stories, Res Arcana explores motivations, choices and consequences across time, space, and reality. More
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About Chris H. Chelser

Reading can be a transformative experience. Any story, whatever genre or purpose, has the potential to show new perspectives. You can't put an upfront price tag on such discoveries, only a token of appreciation afterwards. If you have enjoyed my stories, please visit my website and let me know. :)

"Chris Chelser writes dark paranormal fiction about ghosts, monsters, history and the human soul. Preferring dark stories to ‘happy ever after’ since she was a child, she began writing in her teens and never stopped. She lives in the Netherlands with her family and the demons under the bed."

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Emlet reviewed on July 15, 2018

Bedtime Stories of a Different Kind

27 short stories, none more than five pages: their titles short, sharp and to the point. Each story was headed by a drawing of an appropriate tarot card, the book’s title already pointing to mysteries and/or cards in a tarot pack.

At first I thought all of the stories would be set in some mystical medieval alternate universe. Quite on the contrary. I was taken into the time before our time, into more recent historical settings, into the present and the future. Chelser took me on a ride not only through time but also through space, settings, situations.

Some stories baffled me, others left me uneasy, but none left me unaffected. Each of them gave me a different perspective. I find it a sign of a good writer when they can take me into new worlds within the space of a few pages, and make me curious as to what might have happened before the setting of the story begins.

I am not sorry to have downloaded the book, and might even suggest it to a friend who likes these kind of short stories.
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