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Jason Gurley
Jason Gurley is the author of Eleanor, the fiction collection Deep Breath Hold Tight, and other novels. His stories have appeared in the anthologies Loosed Upon the World and Help Fund My Robot Army!!! He was raised in Alaska and Texas, and now lives and writes in Scappoose, Oregon. Learn more... show more



Jason Gurley is the author of Eleanor, the fiction collection Deep Breath Hold Tight, and other novels. His stories have appeared in the anthologies Loosed Upon the World and Help Fund My Robot Army!!! He was raised in Alaska and Texas, and now lives and writes in Scappoose, Oregon. Learn more about Jason and his books at www.jasongurley.com.

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Birth date: September 25, 1978
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Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 5 years ago
Megalodon: Feeding Frenzy seeks to evoke the terror we instinctively have of these ‘larger than life’ creatures, and amp it up to a state of sheer, visceral terror by introducing a group of them in a feeding frenzy. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. While I got through the first quarter of the book e...
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Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 5 years ago
So, one of my friends informed me recently that I've been on a Kaiju bender lately.This is true.Kaiju: Deadfall is the 3rd Kaiju book I've read. The first was Pacific Rising by J. Dennehy, the second was Kaiju Winter by Jake Bible. Both of those books, though dealing with people getting squisheded b...
Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 6 years ago
3.5 stars...This book needs chapter and time separations. It was confusing to read the way it is now.
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 7 years ago
Every once in awhile, a book will come along that changes how I feel about the fiction I consume. Raises the bar, as it were. Eleanor is one of those books that makes me consider how I've rated books in the past. Based on how much I loved this book, I've obviously rated some books five stars when th...
Figgy O'Connell
Figgy O'Connell rated it 7 years ago
“Shortness of breath?” the doctor had asked her. “Muscle tension? Mental distraction?”She looked down at her hands and nodded. Yes, to each of those things. Hearing them described so simply should have robbed them of their power, she thought; they were only words. But instead, she felt as if she sho...
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