Jacqueline & Other Stories

Rated 4.57/5 based on 7 reviews
Travel through the ages with this collection of stories. From an era of fairy tales, to a dystopian future, it's ready for unmasking. If you're looking for an answer to an unsolved mystery from the late 1800's, or wondering about the old lady with all the birds, this book is for you. From the dark to the light, they're here to enjoy. But be careful, you might just find what you're looking for. More
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About Sandra Maggs

I was born in a library and raised on literature. From a young age I wrote my own stories and read them to anyone who would listen. After years of hard work and determination, I'm finally dabbling in the world of Indie Publishing and I love it! My favourite genre is fantasy, but I'll give anything a shot.

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Lana Holt reviewed on Dec. 2, 2018

I love short stories.

My favourite story in this book was Underneath the Radar. I just hope that it's not a real view of the future.

Well worth a read!
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Emily Peach reviewed on Nov. 30, 2018

Some of the stories in this book are real crackers and as promised, not all of them have happy endings. One of them was a little disturbing, but well written.

I liked it!
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PamTT reviewed on Nov. 23, 2018

This book is quite an interesting mixture.
I liked some of the stories and others weren't really my taste, but still interesting.
I'd read most of the stories again, in particular, Jacqueline.
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Deb Kingston reviewed on Nov. 17, 2018

This book doesn't really have a genre and the stories are very entertaining.

I liked the last story the best.
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Alison Kim reviewed on Oct. 31, 2018

I prefer short stories to novels, they keep me more engaged.

There's something in this for everyone. I would recommend it.
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Fliter reviewed on Oct. 31, 2018

Some of the stuff in this book is hilarious. I liked all of them, even the stories with the not so happy endings.

My favourite story was The Pastures of Jordan. I think it would make a great movie.
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MSS2001 reviewed on Oct. 29, 2018

This was quite an eclectic mix.
I enjoyed some more than others, especially Underneath the Radar. I'm not sure I'd like the cuisine though.
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