Fear and Loathing A Silver City Tale Lana is on the edge To a casual observer it may seem she has everything anyone can expect from life a steady job a loving husband and a home to call her own But Lana is plagued by personal demons She

  • Title: Fear and Loathing (A Silver City Tale)
  • Author: R.K. Lewis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lana is on the edge To a casual observer, it may seem she has everything anyone can expect from life a steady job a loving husband and a home to call her own But Lana is plagued by personal demons She has been living in turmoil and Hell for years than she cares to remember and now everything is starting to slip away.Join her and a group of keen listeners as she sLana is on the edge To a casual observer, it may seem she has everything anyone can expect from life a steady job a loving husband and a home to call her own But Lana is plagued by personal demons She has been living in turmoil and Hell for years than she cares to remember and now everything is starting to slip away.Join her and a group of keen listeners as she shares her worst fears and describes, in vivid detail, the events of the traumatic day that turned her world upside down.This dark, gritty but, at times, quite humorous story is set in Aberdeen, Scotland, and is the follow up tale to the uplifting The Street King Arthur s story.Please read Readers are strongly advised to try the sample before buying Some of the language used is colloquial Scottish and although a glossary of some phrases has been provided, some readers may find the text difficult.Fear and Loathing contains some references to sex, prostitution and alcohol abuse.Story length Approx 14,000 words.

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    One thought on “Fear and Loathing (A Silver City Tale)”

    1. I enjoyed this short story. having already read the earlier book in the series this was a straighter tale, without the fantasy elements. set in an AA group meeting this is the second person's story of how they ended up at the meeting. this is very well written, and I'm looking forward to reading more by the author, hopefully a full length book.

    2. This is a great short story that left you wanting more I feel it could have easily been stretched into a full length book. I will definitely add this author to my future reads list as I like his writting style and think his first full length book will definitely be worth investing in

    3. I enjoyed this book very much, a definite reread for me. I just gotta wait for the next one now. There will be a next one I hope. :-D

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