Tales from the Void:Scarecrow - Gilbert Peppers Reviews
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by - written on 14/11/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Scarecrow is a short novella that is part of a series entitled Tales From The Void and is available from the web-site Smashwords for free on Kindle. Though it is not adequately explained here, the Void is a rip in reality from which evil seeps out breathing maevolent life into formerly inanimate objects; in this case, a Scarecrow. In a land full of goblins, trolls and other fantastical creatures, an annual Harvest festival is just preparing to take place. But this year it is an added time for celebration as Ellen declares her intention to marry her soldier sweetheart, just back from patrolling the troublesome borders. Her father has built a special maze in ... Read the complete review
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