China Express By George Schaade


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Post September 24, 2012, 05:26:07 PM

China Express By George Schaade

A spooky story with a novel premise. Well paced, too. I wanted to see what would happen, and the ending was satisfying.

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Post October 07, 2012, 04:03:13 PM

Re: China Express By George Schaade

The spooky overtone and basic concept for the story began with a dream. I'm glad you mentioned the pacing. I gave that quite a bit of thought. There's a Pandora's box ending that hopefully surprises. Thank you.

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Post October 08, 2012, 02:29:14 PM

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George_Schaade wrote:The spooky overtone and basic concept for the story began with a dream. I'm glad you mentioned the pacing. I gave that quite a bit of thought. There's a Pandora's box ending that hopefully surprises. Thank you.

George, welcome aboard! WE would like you to hang around often, comment on stories, join our flash challenges and continue submitting stories.
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Post October 08, 2012, 03:23:41 PM

Re: China Express By George Schaade

I liked this story; it was different. The ending was very well done; I thought for a moment that the Chinese had left everyone else to vaporize, but the last paragraph brought relief. Good job.
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