Reviews

Dear Mr Pop Star

* * * * * * * * * * 10 / 10

Derek and Dave Philpott

Not a story, but a series of letters and replies, all real and fun enough to restore some of my lost faith in the human race.

It’s not something I could sit down to read in one go, or even a lot at a time, but as an ebook on my phone I could flip through during ten-minute breaks at work, it was perfect, and easily enough to brighten up the worst of shifts.

Note: As soon as I am able, I will edit with a book cover. Until then, buy the book here.

Reviews

Just One Day

* * * * * * * * * * 10/10

Jacob Prytherch

 

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I’m not a fan of zombie apocalypses, but always a fan of time travel, time distortions and Groundhog Day scenarios. This story could have gone either way.

It very easily gets a ten. The story is short, fast paced and every part of it works well. From the back-stories of minor characters, the fact that the engineer doesn’t have a name or a story of his own, to the clich√© hero, all driving to an ending that… I can’t say much about without spoiling it. It is both worthwhile and hopeless at the same time. There are so many levels to such a short story.