The Unity Bell

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
David Peatross is a man who has seen the best and worst that life has to offer. But when a jealous lover pushes him to his breaking point, he goes on the run. Tired of being hunted, he discovers a way to fight back, and is able to defeat those who would see him dead, but at the cost of himself. This is a short story in "The Chronicles of John Alkali". More
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About Rik Johnston

Rik Johnston grew up in a small town in rural Idaho, dreaming of adventures in far off places. Instead of visiting those places, he created the places he dreamed of and the people who inhabited them on paper. Having been raised in the rich tapestry of the 70's and 80's, Rik was inspired by the great Science Fiction epics that were a product of the time and they served as an inspiration for the stories you can find here.

The Chronicles of John Alkali began as a series of short stories written in his teenage years, and published in his local newspaper in 1988. The current novels are a culmination and the evolution of those stories, brought to fruition through years of development.

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Review by: Samuel Thorstenson on April 20, 2017 :
While, this is a quick read, I don't think it was wasted. There's clearly a larger plan in place, whatever that might be. Short, but intriguing. A portrait of evil, and where it blossoms from.
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Review by: Simi White on April 18, 2017 :
Not worth the minuets wasted reading....
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Review by: Hobbit126 on Nov. 17, 2016 :
I specifically love how th author makes the suspense so strong and it makes the reader want to know more. Although I simply do not like the lackness of details but other than that, this is a great short story to read.
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Review by: Jebidiah McGregor on Nov. 14, 2016 :
This tale is a big turn from the stories I have expected from this author. I don't know how I feel about this, and don't know how it fits into the overall larger story. This story spirals into the heart of darkness and I'm not sure how I feel aobut the character or the situation.
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