The Dying Sun
There are books composed of short, declarative sentence subject, object, verb that tell a tale with a minimum of reader...
The Rail City was originally published on amazon as the first part of The Rail City Chronicles. It's currently been taken off the market in anticipation of a major new edition, completely rewritten, with all new art, and will be rereleased under the anticipated title The Rail City. Because there was never a print edition, this particular edition no longer exists, though it was technically published, read, and reviewed by a select few. The author is taking advantage of the electronic medium, to respond to the wishes and criticisms of his readers, for whom he writes.
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I was super excited to open my email account first thing this morning, to find out that the author kindly provided an advanced copy. I really anticipated reading The Rail City (Rail City Chronicles # 1) by John Elwood, so I got right on "track." I was not disappointed. I truly was amazed at the descriptive nature and intensity level... There are books composed of short, declarative sentence subject, object, verb that tell a tale with a minimum of reader interaction; smooth, quick, and unperturbing prose. There are other books that seem to have identity crises: "Am I poetry or am I prose?" Still too, there are books that wander, seemingly at random, until on page xxx... Rail City: The Dying Sun sounded really intriguing when I read the synopsis. It grabs you and makes you believe that this book will be full of awesome. Unfortunately this is not the case.John's writing was rather amazing. At times it was poetic in its descriptions and full of crystal clear imagery and at others completely mind-bogglingly...