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Daisy Chain

4.71  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
A collection of short stories with a twist: each story begins with the last line of the previous story, but they are otherwise unrelated. The first line of the book is the same as the last line of the book.
Paperback, 220 pages
Published December 25th 2013 by Createspace
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Susan
Apr 11, 2014 Susan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The cover of the book with all the daisies and the title, "Daisy Chain" by Nancy Morgan really brought back childhood memories of when I was going to a girl's camp and we would sit around in a circle and make up stories based on the last line of the previous story while we had piles of daisy and other flowers (mostly dandelions truth be told, only because they were plentiful) and make a chain of them into a circle to wear on our heads. I couldn't pass this book by and after reading it my only ...more
Grampy
Mar 23, 2014 Grampy rated it it was amazing
“Daisy Chain” by Nancy Morgan is a collection of ten short stories with an interesting twist: each story begins with the same sentence the previous story ended with. However, each story is completely unrelated to the others. Just to keep it consistent throughout, Nancy even ended the last story in the book with the same sentence the first story began with.

I don’t know if this is the first time this has been done, but I can certainly see how it could be a real challenge for an author, particular
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Shannon
Aug 13, 2016 Shannon rated it really liked it
This is my unbiased review for Daisy Chain by Nancy Morgan. The opinions expressed are entirely my own and were in no way influenced by anyone else.

I don't normally go for short stories, I've always been more of a novel gal. I picked up this book purely based on the premise. It's something that most of us have either done as kids or as a party game. Taking the ending line of the story before to start the next story. You have to build the story around just a few words. And the collection of stori
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Elizabeth Ehlen
Apr 02, 2014 Elizabeth Ehlen rated it really liked it
What happens when you challenge yourself to write a story based on the last line of the story you just wrote? What if you kept that up for 10 stories? Author Nancy Morgan has done just that with Daisy Chain. While some of the stories have similar elements, none of the stories are related to each other. Characters come in the form of a woman slowly losing herself, a man mourning the death of his best friend, a gambler who may be willing to part with her youth, a middle aged woman desperate for a ...more
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