Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Review of "The Bunny Trail N' Murder"

I would classify this work as a short story, rather than a novelette. The author states, "The story borderlines Sci-Fi", and I concur. It starts easily enough describing a new jogging trail in town, named the Bunny Trail. Suddenly there are a number of murders that take place on the Trail, as well as an attack on the protagonist. Somehow he is taken to a clinic, and after not responding well to traditional medicine, he's given a miracle drug. Now fully recovered, but having amnesia, he wants to rediscover his past, and track down the murderers. The ending is abrupt, and leaves the reader to provide the solutions to many unanswered questions. 2 Stars        

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  1. It is said at least in my mind and now here; that, “Authors are the Learning Wheel On The Road of Freedom”, I truly believe Richard Lang is one of the kindest, smartest Authors giving us tips and ideas with insight that advances “The Learning Wheel” mightily. Words are what we have to work with, our brains are the engine that makes movement. Thanks Richard Lang for making the world a better place.
    Fools see the tree, wise men help it grow.
    We shall not cease from exploration
    And the end of all our exploring
    Will be to arrive where we started
    And know the place for the first time.
    ___T.S. ELIOT, Four Quartets: “Little Gidding”