Hard Creek Bridge: a short story

[Isaac Sweeney] ↠ Hard Creek Bridge: a short story ☆ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Hard Creek Bridge: a short story Awesome. Pheobe This story really keeps you interested. It isnt just a bunch of background information and details about things that dont really matter. A very powerful story is stuffed into a couple short pages, so there are really no dull parts about it. Its a great read for someone who doesnt have the time to sit down and read a novel but still wants a meaningful plot-line. I would reccommend this story to everyone.. Sorry. according to C. Jones. Well intentioned Im sure, but the story

Hard Creek Bridge: a short story

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Rating : 4.68 (618 Votes)
Asin : B004HKIH3Q
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Number of Pages : 144 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-10-04
Language : English

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Friendless and shy, Slim Jackson gets off the bus for his second semester at Abe Lincoln University. Strangely lost and tired, he has a supernatural experience at Hard Creek Bridge, and he has to face the challenge of his lifetime.If you enjoy this story, make sure you check out Evolvement, Isaac Sweeney's chapbook-length collection of nine short stories.

Awesome. Pheobe This story really keeps you interested. It isn't just a bunch of background information and details about things that don't really matter. A very powerful story is stuffed into a couple short pages, so there are really no dull parts about it. It's a great read for someone who doesn't have the time to sit down and read a novel but still wants a meaningful plot-line. I would reccommend this story to everyone.. "Sorry." according to C. Jones. Well intentioned I'm sure, but the story really didn't speak to me. Sure, I get the symbolism but this wasn't well presented.. A very thought provoking and enjoyable tale Israel Drazin This is a surreal tale that readers will enjoy. They will especially enjoy deciphering the ending, what Slim saw in the water below Hard Creek Bridge and what he did with his grandfather's hat. Slim had finished his first semester at college and was returning from home after the mid-semester vacation. He was lonely, missed home, and found it difficult to relate to the other college students. His bus let him off at an un

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