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A Compendium of Characters

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The world of imagination is a magical place filled with fantastical stories. Inside A Compendium of Characters you'll be drawn into myth, legend, and mystery on every page, and across various genres. Youll meet aliens, vampires, angels, and maybe a ghost or two; discover stranded people, farmers with shotguns and people to save. There'll be romantic liaisons, fairytale ...more
Kindle Edition, 212 pages
Published March 18th 2020
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Miranda Kate
Mar 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
MasonBushell has a distinct style of writing which is light and easy to read. He knows how to build a story to create suspense and cliff hangers, and can create dark scary tension too. He creates engaging characters with depth and skilfully includes humour in dialogue. His descriptive abilities are often detailed in such a way that you wonder if he has professional knowledge of the subject, whether writing science fiction, architecture or tales-at-sea, and he does it without info dumping or ...more
Jim Bates
Mar 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Mason is a highly imaginative, creative and often thought provoking writer. There are thirty-one stories in this marvelous collection and my favorite, and one that I believe encapsulates his skill and imagination, is Buttercup Lily. It's the story of a tiny garden fairy who befriends a lonely widow and helps her cope with the loss of her beloved husband. It's delightfully charming and written with heart and compassion, as are all of the stories in this wonderful collection. Like it's title ...more
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