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Avatar by Ty Franck
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This short story will be free on Amazon from June 14-18:

http://www.amazon.com/Avatar-ebook/dp...

And it is free all the time here on Niteblade:

http://niteblade.com/home/march-2009/...

I have self reported this to Amazon in the hopes it becomes free there all the time, but they are rarely doing that these days.
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Yunnuen Avatar is a short story that doesn't take even an hour reading it.

The story is good, but at the end does not really explain that Melanie has been possessed, as the synopsis says. Everything stays in a glimpse of a shadow and a suspicion that something bad happened. One feels that the story unfolds as the first chapter of a book... and that's the feeling I had in the last page! I wanted to know more ... Why was it the possession? Why does she not remember anything? Where does come from Walter's suspicion?

Too many questions for a short story, in my opinion, can be a good book.


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E.M. Tippetts Yunnuen wrote: "Avatar is a short story that doesn't take even an hour reading it.

The story is good, but at the end does not really explain that Melanie has been possessed, as the synopsis says. Everything stays..."


Yeah, I think Ty originally had a novel partway planned, but I had my other projects to do and he went on to write novels with Daniel Abraham.


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