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A house in the clouds

A house in the clouds: A short story by R.M.Duchene

 

 

 

 

 

Date Finished: 18/11/12

Pages: 21

Currently free on Amazon UK

I heard about this ebook on goodreads, and it looked like it could do with some reviews. With it being really short I thought I would give it a go whilst cooking sunday dinner 🙂

It took me less than 15 mins to read, if that.

Full of love, loss and decisions from start to finish, I enjoyed this fast read.

The ending could be improved slightly so that it is made a bit more thought provoking/meaningful because to be honest I did infact giggle at the end.

However I did think the ending was a good concept, I just think it could have been described better.

Overall I give this coffee break ebook…

 

 

 

Ginger x

 
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Posted by on November 19, 2012 in Book Reviews, Books, fiction, Uncategorized

 

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A message for me

 

A message for me by Rowan Scot-Ryder

Date finished; 16/11/2012

Pages: approx 999 words

After reading Crossroads by Rowan, I then decided to look for another of his work to compare.

Rowan writes so well and when I read his work I can picture every moment.

This short piece is poetic and very moving.

Can’t say much about the plot as it is such a short read it will give too much away.

Takes less than 10 mins to read so just go ahead!

Available for free download here at Smashwords

 

Ginger x

 
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Posted by on November 17, 2012 in Book Reviews, Books, Books, fiction

 

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Stacking the Shelves…#2

the popular Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews

Here are a few books we have received since our last posting: 

A message for me and Amnesia are both available for free on smashwords and are both short reads.

Look out for our reviews of these gems soon.

Specs & Ginger x

 
 

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Crossroads

Crossroads by Rowan Scot-Ryder

 

 

 

 

 

Available for free at smashwords!

Date Finished: 16/11/2012

Pages: approx 1737 words

Sam travels back to the 1930’s and has 7 years to make his mark on the world.

I had hope of this being a really good novella but the ending was so mediocre that it disappointed.

Rowan Scot-Ryder writes very well, however, and therefore I will keep an eye out for more of his work regardless.

 

Ginger x

 

 
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Posted by on November 17, 2012 in Book Reviews, Books, Books, fiction

 

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