Book Review: Scribbler Tales (Volume One) by Mary Ann Bernal
|5 stars, 1 review|
Mary Ann Bernalabout this book: Scribbler Tales is a collection of contemporary short stories written in diverse genres - something for everyone. The first volume includes stories about human cloning, the supernatural, star-crossed lovers and childhood memories.
While historical fiction is my first love, I also enjoy crime shows, science fiction and action and adventure movies. Since I spent the last five years in ninth century Britain, I decided to take a break and spend some time in this century. I hope you enjoy reading volume one of Scribbler Tales.
Amazon UK Review:
Desperate Measures is sharp. Hauntingly realistic. This is an interesting story about cloning. Quite chilling and entertainingly good.
Forbidden Lore is the story of Ethan and Arianna a married couple who met on 9 11. This is an intriguing story that kept me guessing and glued to the page. Nothing is as it seems and I was brought into the mystery that was Forbidden Lore.
Forever Lost is such a beautifully written, emotional tale that played out like scenes in a movie. There is love and there is deceit. This is a love story.
Sail with Me caught my attention. I love the conversational style of this story. Right in your face. A story of a military brat. This is Aaron's story. A coming-of-age story of sorts. I was very touched.
In The Hourglass Flair knew her fate. She watched the hourglass knowing Death was at her feet. Flair held the secret from her husband Brice. This is a beautiful creative story that moved me.
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a review by Brenda PerlinScribbler Tales (Volume One) by Mary Ann Bernal is filled with stories that will take your breathe away. They are gripping, smart and entertaining. Each tale has something special to offer it's reader. I was blown away by the author's great writing skills as these stories all come to life as you are reading them. There is just something unique about the writing style.
These stories tend to be on the dark side (the way I like them) written in such a way that you want to read more. This is a clever collection that kept me guessing all the way through.
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