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Night of the Tower

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For the young boy, Ali, growing up in Iram, the City of Pillars, one of the most important cities on the Incense Route, life is filled with both wonder and pain. His mother died when he was a babe, protecting him from the ravages of a desert haboob. His brother, Hassan, has been his guardian and guide during his childhood. Saad, his best friend, has been his fellow when it ...more
ebook, 27 pages
Published (first published September 21st 2011)
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Oct 16, 2011 A Book Vacation rated it liked it
This short story has a very interesting concept. Once every hundred years, the Tower ascends, bringing with it riches and wealth… as well as horrors that none have seen and lived to talk about. This story, while starting off like any typical story, quickly becomes anything but as Beineke releases the horrors of the Tower upon the reader.

While I enjoyed the story overall, I do have to admit that I didn’t really care for the sexual aspects within it. I’m a little old fashioned; I know. And, while
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Born and raised in Northeast Nebraska. I was a bookworm from a very young age, having a particular love for Richard Scarry, then Lloyd Alexander and later Frank Herbert. My mother was a school teacher specializing in art, my father a cross-country truck driver before taking a position working at a farming cooperative. I did a lot of reading when traveling with my father, devouring many Star Trek ...more
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