Day 16, story 16: Priest Hole

Review of: Priest Hole
Product by:
Morrow Brady

Reviewed by:
Rating:
3
On December 11, 2013
Last modified:January 2, 2014

Summary:

It really impress me how much world building you and stuff into just 600 words and have space for a bit of a plot too. It is done by drawing on conventions and tropes we all know and love. Spaceships, captains chairs, space pirates etc.

It is a cute little story and quite enjoyable.

365_Eclipse_Square_200x200Title: Priest Hole
Author: Morrow Brady
Published: 365tomorrows.com 2013
Genre: Science fiction, space
Length: 594 words, flash fiction

I read this as part of my reading challenge: 25 short stories in 25 days.

I was really tired last night when it came to reading my story of the day so all my plans of what to read kind of fell short and I just picked up a short fiction off of 365 tomorrows.

It really impress me how much world building you and stuff into just  600 words and have space for a bit of a plot too. It is done by drawing on conventions and tropes we all know and love. Spaceships, captains chairs, space pirates etc.

It is a cute little story and quite enjoyable. I think that is all I will write or the review will be longer than the story.

It really impress me how much world building you and stuff into just 600 words and have space for a bit of a plot too. It is done by drawing on conventions and tropes we all know and love. Spaceships, captains chairs, space pirates etc. It is a cute little story and quite enjoyable.

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