Gabriel Pope

Biography

Gabriel Pope is a young African writer. He is the Author of With Love From Santa which peaked at #14 Bestseller for Teen and Young Adult category while it was Free. He spends his writing time on creating short stories since school engulfs all the other space. He tries out pretty much every genre and his current project is a collection that should be up by summer. Meanwhile, i'm publishing a story every month so...

Let's just keep our fingers crossed... ;)

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Books

Val
Price: Free! Words: 13,750. Language: American English. Published: March 13, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
(3.00 from 1 review)
As if taking what mattered most to me wasn't enough, i was made to waste 11 years of my life. Now, I'd pay back the favor in Kind...it wont be as long as 11 years, just one tiny sharp pain and they would be out of their misery. Bill settled, debt PAID IN FULL.

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Gabriel Pope's favorite authors on Smashwords

Alex Focus
Latest book: A Tisket A Tasket. Published August 5, 2015. (4.50 from 2 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by Gabriel Pope

  • I Am on March 31, 2015

    Describe I AM in one word? WOW. Alex 'focuses' this story in world where the Past(The beginning of the world without wars and diseases and fear) has been fused into the future in like Zero seconds. How possible is that? A sentient computer which acts God and silently controls the world. If a peek into an Utopian future is what you seek, then trust me, This is it. I AM,...WHAT I AM.
  • Adverse on March 31, 2015

    RAMBLINGS OF A HALLUCINATING MAN I found this not so Off-The-Hook. However, what you lost in trilling me, you gained in creating a grammer-right story. Maybe it was just the plot that seemed bland sorta... Anyway, I'm looking forward to something better. All the best...:D
  • Boundless on March 31, 2015

    Its not everyday you come across a guy like Gary but they're always there, lurking in the dark...waiting for their next prey. Just as i finished this, i realized i had stopped breathing for the past few minutes, now every book can do that to me. If you're reading this review, you're Wrong...hit that "Download" button already ;-) The end left me hanging though....a bit more of 'how he made her smile' would have been nice.