Point of View

Point of View Point of View is a collection historical and contemporary fiction short stories with conspiracy theory twists and a little parody thrown in for good measure Who is the real D B Cooper You ll be intrig

  • Title: Point of View
  • Author: P.J. LaRue
  • ISBN: 9781507611371
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • Point of View is a collection historical and contemporary fiction short stories with conspiracy theory twists and a little parody thrown in for good measure Who is the real D B Cooper You ll be intrigued by the identity of his parents Learn the undisclosed reason for the Titanic s loss Can FBI Agent Susan Kane save the world from a repeat terrorist attack How arePoint of View is a collection historical and contemporary fiction short stories with conspiracy theory twists and a little parody thrown in for good measure Who is the real D B Cooper You ll be intrigued by the identity of his parents Learn the undisclosed reason for the Titanic s loss Can FBI Agent Susan Kane save the world from a repeat terrorist attack How are Imelda Marcos, shoes and a shortage of chocolate responsible for the end of the world You ve read the relationship theories between Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy This short story explores the relationship between John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald Excerpts of P J LaRue s other books are included as a bonus 5 Star Review of Point of View by Chris Fischer of Reader s Favorite One of the things I ve always appreciated about short stories is that it s all right to read one or two of them, then put the book aside for days, weeks, even months, and pick up right where you left off, with a completely new adventure waiting But I couldn t do this with Point of View The stories were so great, so engaging, that I read them through from start to finish, all in one sitting I almost wish I had restrained myself a bit, because I d love to have from P.J LaRue to read Several of the shorts in her book are intros to longer works, and definitely worth checking out But I certainly will keep my eye out for short stories from this talented author, and hope she s hard at work at another collection as we speak

    One thought on “Point of View”

    1. What a great collection of fun stories that take a different twist on some of history's most famous mysteries. This is a quick read, perfect to read on a commute, in line, or even waiting for an appointment. Pick this one up, you won't be disappointed. :)

    2. What a clever collection of short stories! Just under one hundred pages and five unique tales combine a cornucopia of ideas: the FBI and cold cases, well-known historical figures, a new angle on the Titanic disaster, a plot to take over the world involving shoes and chocolate, a modern day terrorist plot, and God's conversation with John Wilkes Booth at the entrance gates of Hell.At first glance, you will probably say, what could these diverse themes and characters have in common? Nothing, it se [...]

    3. I purchased my softback copy from the author. This is a fun book or short stories based on real events. There are five stories. LaRue gives you plausible alternative events but then presents truth at the end of each story. The book is very short but entertaining. A great ebook for a fast read. My two favorite stories were "The Unsinkable Ship" and the one about Imelda Marcos called "The End of the World by Couture and Chocolate." LaRue has a fluid style which keeps the stories moving and easily [...]

    4. The stories are all different but all enjoyable. The use of historical events then writing a different perspective on the actual events is a nice change from the normal short story. I really enjoyed reading each one.

    5. Very interesting bookI enjoyed the short stories in this book and the different point of view on the beginning stories. I totally agreed with the point of view on the last.

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