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The Mole People Beneath the City - Evans Light
The Mole People Beneath the City
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3.72 45
Late at night in the subway, a little girl and her father wait for a train that runs deep beneath New York City. It will be a ride they never forget.
Late at night in the subway, a little girl and her father wait for a train that runs deep beneath New York City. It will be a ride they never forget.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B009559912
Publisher: Corpus Press
Pages no: 20
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror, Short Stories
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Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it
4.0 The Mole People Beneath the City - Evans LIght
Effective short story that has a unsurprising but decent twist to it. The writing is engaging and the author managed to do a lot in just 20 pages. The small amount of detail offered about the mole people was enough to make me curious about what happens in their city. Interesting story and lead chara...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it
4.0 The Mole People Beneath the City
This is probably my second favorite story from Evans Light. I really dig the premise, and would love to see it expanded upon, maybe even as far as novel length. It reminded me of the what-ifs posed in Preston and Child's RELIQUARY, a book I had big fun with. My only complaint is a typical one when i...
11811
11811 rated it
3.0 The Mole People Beneath the City
Reminded me of The Midnight Meat Train, but then again just stepping on a subway reminds me of that story, but this was a pretty good short in the same creepy venue beneath NYC. I enjoyed it.
Evans Light - The Light Brothers Horror
Evans Light - The Light Brothers Horror rated it
0.0 The Mole People Beneath the City
My attempt at delivering a tightly-written thriller in a similar vein as Richard Matheson. Realism was a goal, as well as giving the reader very few clues as to where the story was headed. This was one of only a couple of stories that I've written straight through with little revision. It felt like ...
Evans Light - The Light Brothers Horror
Evans Light - The Light Brothers Horror rated it
0.0 The Mole People Beneath the City
My attempt at delivering a tightly-written thriller in a similar vein as Richard Matheson. Realism was a goal, as well as giving the reader very few clues as to where the story was headed. This was one of only a couple of stories that I've written straight through with little revision. It felt like ...
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