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The Centaur Express (A Crockett and Crane Short Story)

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Some people join the postal service, while others have the postal service thrust upon them. Part-time centaur Todd Crane finds himself in the latter category, the accidental and reluctant guardian of a mailbag which will grow teeth and claws to attack him if he fails to deliver it or slows down along the way. To make matters worse, he and Amy are pursued by undead outlaws ...more
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Published October 31st 2018
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Katelyn Buxton
Nov 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
Todd Crane is brimful of sass during the best of times, but when you strap him under a homicidal mail bag and send him racing across the desert in his draft horse centaur form? Priceless. My only comment is that Amy came across a little too calm at times, but she effectively balanced out Todd, who would have probably imploded without her level-headed guidance. :P A fun little short story!
Tessa
Oct 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This was the funniest (in my opinion) of the Afterween short stories.
Todd accidentally gets saddled (see what I did there?) with becoming a postal centaur. Oh, and if he doesn't deliver the mail, the mail will eat him.
Despite the grim situation, this was a hoot! With Any and Todd bickering all while racing across the desert, I was smiling from the first page to the very last.
Joseph Leskey
Nov 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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So incredibly fun, this was. It made a person enjoy themselves excessively. Completely forced to enjoy myself, I was.
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Kyle Robert Shultz began writing in his early teens after being bitten by a radioactive book. As a Christian, he strives to write fiction that is entertaining and wholesome, but devoid of overt “messages” or agendas. He lives in the wilds of southern Idaho, removed far enough from civilization to keep humanity safe should any of his rough drafts break through the electric fence. Aside from writing ...more