The Second Request — Book Review

As this charming and erudite lady has gone to the trouble of reviewing my e-book, I thought I would share it with you.
And recommend a visit to her blog.
In addition to book reviews, she writes excellent short stories and entertaining rambles.
Thank you, Corina.

Wasted Days And Wasted Nights

The Second Request is a novella length work of fiction by author and blogger, C.E. Ayr. While it is indeed short, the length is not an indication of the quality of writing or the depth of the material.  It is packed with topics that will make the Reader think and even cheer on!

From the very beginning we are hooked when we read that during a loud explosion on a remote secret military base in Scotland, all of the children on the base disappear. Although they were being watched and there is no explicable way they could have left the buildings they were in, they’re gone! There is no explanation. They seem to have vanished as they appear not to be any place.

In short order we find the children returning to the base and shortly afterwards, a Doctor Merman appears.  He is responsible for the return of the children and…

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About ceayr

A Scot who has discovered Paradise in a small town he calls Medville on the Côte d'Azur, C.E. Ayr has spent a large part of his life in the West of Scotland and a large part elsewhere. His first job was selling programmes at his local football club and he has since tried 73 other career paths, the longest being in IT, with varying degrees of success. He is somewhat nomadic, fairly irresponsible and, according to his darling daughter, a bit random.
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3 Responses to The Second Request — Book Review

  1. Dale says:

    On my to-read list (yes, I have already downloaded it!)

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