- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 81 KB
- Print Length: 5 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Garry Grierson (8 Jun. 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005561788
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The Vagrant’s Tail (OtherWhere Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Arthur is a street tramp whose thoughts outline a rapid decline in circumstance due to maddness of schiczophrenic type. Thereby supporting the initial installment of "crazy " people seeing rabbits. Though in this one John is rabbit and savior of Arthur. Arthur finds himself in otherwhere world and he can be sent back to reality or fully into the otherworld place. It is unclear if it is heaven, heaven of ones own imagination, just full on crazy, or a parallel place made up of imaginary people place and things.
This one had errors (monitory used for monatary and ticks used for tics - but was better edited than "the crazies " installment.
I think, this make believe world will appeal to tweens who like fantasy without placing emphasis on cohesiveness and plausibility.
One meaning of "Tail" is evident in the beginning of the story, another in the ending. There is a solid, satisfying ending to the action in the man's mind, which is where this story is set. There are choices for the reader regarding his fate in reality. I tried out three "real" fates and felt I had read three interesting stories.
That being said - I think it's a great start for content to be flushed out into a bigger work.
Alas, neither was to be found. There was strident reference to a rabbit, but in five pages, I suppose not much could be made clear. Still, I found myself even further confused when the title was restated inside as "A Vagrant's Taile". Oh, now you can ... Wait, no, that's even more wrong.
Make up your mind already. Is this about a wagging appendage, or is it a (very short, unclear, silly) story?
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