Saturday the Fourteenth

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In this short story a man reads a very unusual newspaper, that has something listed that shouldn't be there.
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About Lawrence Johnson Sr.

is author of the controversial Mayan prophecy novel Escape 2 Earth 2012 and the sequel Return 2 Earth. His newest release Inside the Spiral Galaxy is a collection of short stories spun off from the Escape 2 Earth series. Two of the five stories in this collection are Murder on the Eros Star and Terror on Telderan, the prequel to Escape 2 Earth. Other works by Mr. Johnson include A Matter of Time and the paranormal adventure "Dimensions in Time," a short story of two lost brothers who travel through a time portal and find themselves in a struggle to survive. In addition Mr. Johnson's first mystery novel Blackout will be released in 2011.

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Reviews of Saturday the Fourteenth by Lawrence Johnson Sr.

J.A. Apol reviewed on Nov. 17, 2010

Nice hook at the beginning, clever idea (would make a great Twilight Zone episode if developed further). However, the tenses changed, sometimes within a sentence. Also (SPOILER ALERT), couldn't figure out how his paper went from mysteriously missing to readable at the end. With some work this could be a really good short story, but it comes across a bit like the first draft of a 7th grade writing assignment.
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Ruth Ann Nordin reviewed on March 8, 2010

I loved what he found in the paper! This was an entertaining short story.
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Robert Penner reviewed on Feb. 1, 2010
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Saturday the 14th is yet another short story by this author that I did enjoy. I felt that this story could have been longer, the ending was a bit sudden. What can you expect from a free story though, so not much complaint. The idea is original and creative. The idea left me wanting more. There were areas in the story that needed more attention to the editing process, but as with his other stories did not derail me from the story line and kept me reading onward. Check it out.
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