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Breaking Limits Short Stories Collection (Point Blank Tasogare Sekai)

A Sci Fi Fantasy Adventure-ish series with the flair of a few romantic ventures. Set in somewhat present time on Earth and on the Mirrored Planet/Realm Tasogare; abilities run rampant and politics cause culture clashes. Families are torn apart as the mirrors, the shadows within are abused for a malicious intent. Music is at the heart of some, loyalty and trust at others – and deviation and destruction for others. Short stories that eventually will give way to the Point Blank Tasogare Sekai stories when they are finished. A book not for the faint hearted; far from a horror book, but it is a distraction and quite a good read!

Reviews:

4.0 out of 5 stars Wild and Crazy Stories, September 26, 20111 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By
Andrew Augustine (The Ridge, IL) –
This review is from: Breaking Limits Short Stories Collection (Point Blank Tasogare Sekai) (Kindle Edition)

This book starts off one place, goes somewhere else, jumps to another planet, comes back down and leaves the reader gasping and backtracking as they try to put together the pieces of the story’s along the way. It’s not a light read but it is a good one. Sometimes it can get confusing as the writer throws the reader all over the place but given  time, I think this author will mature enough to put out one hell of a cohesive story. For now, these stories are good though.

Ramen and Parmesan Cheese:

A collection of my voice of lyrical written word, poetry, free writes and prose. A creative voice in the void of parts of my life that i’ve always wanted to have – NOT lol; it’s a great collection actually.Not for the faint hearted, there are some extreme topics and some are vulgar and mature. All in the taste of art and poetry i say; just don’t show it to the kids 🙂

Point Blank: Versions of Violence in the Devil’s Eyes [Kindle Edition]

 

We Belong Together [Kindle Edition]

Katia meets her new flame, or rather sort of. A tester point of the point blank breaking limits series. Short story based on Katia Lane and Justin David Terrance.

 

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