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Mr. Tucker & Me: A Short Story Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B00QZ3PC68
- Publisher : new dollar pulp (12 December 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 755 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 17 pages
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I really enjoyed this short story from Gregor Xane, which tells the story of Ben Coburn, who was previously a bit-part actor in B-rated movies, usually playing the part of the ‘heavy’ due to his appearance. Not much happens in his life anymore though and that pisses him off, but in this short story, something does happen. To find out what that something is though, you’ll have to read it.
This was very well written and had a mounting sense of tension throughout. It was well structured too and flowed very well.
Even though this was a horror story there were several laugh-out-loud moments, like when Ben can’t think of a prayer, says Amen in place of it and tells us how stupid he feels! That kind-of instance helped me connect with Ben too, so it was very welcome.
I didn’t see the twist at the end coming and it left me with a wetted appetitive when I think about reading more of Gregor’s work.
Go and read it!
What to say except I loved this little ditty; and ok, when I saw the book cover, I thought Mr. Tucker was a cat.....
Anyway, I like squirrels too (and love cats) but the gang of brave and witty little creatures in this super short story brought a smile to my face and added a bit more icky-creepy to my October!
Fun read with a touch of sadness.
Highly enjoyable and, if under duress, I would even admit I laughed out loud a time or two. For less than a buck, I'll make the decision for you. Buy it. (And buckle up).
I loved this short story!
That said I have few words to describe it and no words to categorize it.
It was fun, it made me smile and chuckle, but it also made me a little sad for the main character who had been married for many years and then lost his wife.
I have to respect and admire an imagination that is so full of the weird and entertaining.
Thanks, Gregor for this free story. It was wonderful!