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Shadow Stations: Unseen

3.04  ·  Rating Details  ·  67 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
After college student Amy Wong hikes across an isolated Pennsylvania field with her German shepherd, a stranger stops her by a fence to ask for directions. The man disturbs her, from the taunt behind his eyes to the way her dog shies away from him. To her relief they part ways. But when she sees his cell phone fall from his coat, she can’t leave it on the ground. She decid ...more
Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Expedition Books
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Stephen Clynes
Jun 04, 2013 Stephen Clynes rated it it was ok
Amy Wung is walking her German shepherd dog Nikki when she meets a man who asks her for directions. This man is different as he has 6 fingers on each hand. She walks away and glances back to notice that he dropped his mobile phone. She turns and picks up the phone but this is a model of smartphone she has not seen before.

Shadow Stations: Unseen is a nice tale for dog lovers because of how people live with dogs. This novella is set in America and is a short story written in the style of a B movie
Andrew Hinkinson
Sep 20, 2012 Andrew Hinkinson rated it really liked it
Three-quarters of the way through, this book got better. In fact, it got rather good. Whether many people will stick with it as far as I did is the big question. I am going to buy the second part, when it comes out. Definitely. The character of Amy was the primary annoyance.

Amy grew less brattish as the story progressed but, still has to be said, I felt no sympathy for her predicaments or feelings and plenty for the boyfriend and the doe-eyed puppy-man who gave a lot for the selfish young woman
Dec 26, 2014 Rachel rated it did not like it
Shelves: irritating
What Is The Deal With Female Protagonists Lately? I'm not entirely sure how I managed to get through this whole thing. Convenient plot devices that were about as transparent as a window, and an absolutely insufferable, selfish main character made what might have possibly been a good concept into a whiny angst-fest of stupidity. What a waste of time. ...more
May 26, 2012 Georgeanna rated it liked it
I liked this story very much. Amy annoyed me a ltttle, but I'm giving her a break because she's so young. I remember being her age and positive I was invincible and could handle anything and everything that came my way. I always said I was 'fine', even when I wasn't, too. She's a very believable character. I'm a dog lover, so she gets points for Nikki. She loses points for not being more upset about Luna, though. Her grieving for Ben was realistically portrayed, as was her reaction to Mike. He's ...more
Jun 09, 2012 Betsey rated it it was ok
I received this book via a free edition offered on Amazon. I did read it in it's entirety, hoping for some answers to where the story was leading.
I thought that the device doing harm to her arm was out there. I saw no reason for it other than more words on the page.
Maybe more answers in the second book, but honestly, I am not interested enough to get book 2.
I also thought that the ending was all rushed together, and then the cliff hanger.
Mind you, I am not a writer and do not pretend to be o
Mar 16, 2014 Helen rated it it was ok
Just..... weird :/
Toby Stenson
Sep 04, 2012 Toby Stenson rated it it was ok
Ugh!! I really tried to get into this book, but I just couldn't. The overall writing wasn't horrible, but the story just didn't make sense. It felt all over the place and I really couldn't follow what was going on.
This was one bad short story! Horrible writing and not even worth the read for free. I don't recommend this to anyone. 1 star :(
Jun 26, 2012 Adreanna rated it really liked it
I personally enjoyed it. Wish it didn't end with that cliff hanger though. now I have to wait until later to find out what happens.
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