The Weaver and Other Unsettling Short Stories

The Weaver and Other Unsettling Short Stories THE WEAVER is a collection of three unsettling short stories The title story THE WEAVER is a riff on the Greek myth of Arachne This tale shows what happens to the cursed girl after suffering under a

  • Title: The Weaver and Other Unsettling Short Stories
  • Author: E.D. Walker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE WEAVER is a collection of three unsettling short stories The title story, THE WEAVER, is a riff on the Greek myth of Arachne This tale shows what happens to the cursed girl after suffering under a goddess wrath THE SPIRITS DIDN T COME takes a stab at what Scrooge s Christmas might have been like if his mystical visitors never made it to his door FIVE IMPORTANTHE WEAVER is a collection of three unsettling short stories The title story, THE WEAVER, is a riff on the Greek myth of Arachne This tale shows what happens to the cursed girl after suffering under a goddess wrath THE SPIRITS DIDN T COME takes a stab at what Scrooge s Christmas might have been like if his mystical visitors never made it to his door FIVE IMPORTANT USES FOR YOUR CYBER SHOT AIR GUN is a fast paced near future heist story set in a robotics lab Fans of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid might enjoy this short story These three uncanny shorts have a combined length of 5,000 words, or around 20 book pages.

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    1. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Check out this post at spinesinaline.wordpress/First disappointment: only 3 short stories in this collection. I would have preferred a larger selection, especially to see how else the author would engage with this theme, but oh well!Overall, I found this collection just okay. I didn’t enjoy the first story at all. It just felt too stilted, like the language was very formal so there wasn’t a nice flow in reading it. The second w [...]

    2. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. There are 3 stories in this short book and while the first one was great the others were okay. The writing is good and the premise great but I found the other two stories were not up to the caliber of the first one. If you want a quick fantasy read this will probably work.

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