Jan 23, 2022

Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single)

Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) By {author, ☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger ☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger - Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single), Midnights Tale Kindle Single He s faced hordes of screaming children intent upon his destruction He s endured close confinement with a hostile camel He even narrowly averted being the star attraction in a Satanic ritual sacrifice

  • Publisher‏:‎ The Usual Suspects Publishing Co. Ltd. GmbH (May 19, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ May 19, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 136 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 31 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger, Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single), George Berger, Midnights Tale Kindle Single He s faced hordes of screaming children intent upon his destruction He s endured close confinement with a hostile camel He even narrowly averted being the star attraction in a Satanic ritual sacrifice Yet despite handling these crises with aplomb poor Midnight is ill prepared for his latest greatest adventure a perilous foray into the affairs of the heart He

Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single)

☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger ☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger - Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single), Midnights Tale Kindle Single He s faced hordes of screaming children intent upon his destruction He s endured close confinement with a hostile camel He even narrowly averted being the star attraction in a Satanic ritual sacrifice Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single)

  • ☆ Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single) ✓ George Berger
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Midnight's Tale (Kindle Single)

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  1. They say that one shouldn t judge or pick a book by its cover in this case I m glad that I overrode that often repeated axiom.George Berger s Kindle Single


  2. I began MIDNIGHT S TALE with few expectations and no knowledge of the author s level of skill To my great delight, the story and its odd hooved hero captivated me from the first paragraph The voice drew me in than the action there s precious little of that and had that ineffable quality that allowed me to relax and enjoy reading I knew myself to be in the hands of a narrator whom I could trust.Is it too much to tease out metaphors here and observe that the little goat passes from the nursery to [...]


  3. Life went on, filled not with happy dreams of his flaxen haired farm girl, but of sheep, who maybe weren t so bad when you really stopped and thought about it, and some magical, faraway place called Nevada As a Nevadan, that gave me one of the many solid chuckles throughout this story Nevada is certainly nice enough, but anyone who s been to our sweeping yellow dirt pit of a state will be equally amused to hear of someone daydreaming about a visit And this literary short is filled with exactly t [...]


  4. The simple language and naive style of this little story almost convinced me at the beginning that this was a book for children However, I persevered, and was rewarded with a charming story Midnight is a young goat, who has not forgotten the happy memories of his infancy with his loving owner, Amanda.He is sold to a hobby farmer, then to some satanistsand finally is set free to wander off in search of his dream Something told him that if he was ever to find happiness it would be among the crowds [...]


  5. If you intend to go to bed early, don t start reading this goat story First, you can t put it down until the end and then, you won t be able to fall asleep afterwards, wondering what happens to Midnight after all these adventures.I LOVED it and I laughed so much trying to decipher the camel s complaints.I kept visualizing some politicians camelling around in Quebec this spring 2012.Great inspiring story Vous ne verrez plus l amour de la m me mani re


  6. This is a modern fable, and Midnight could be Anyman Or woman If you re old enough to have experienced lost love, loneliness, and acceptance of the circumstances life brings to you, you will enjoy this nicely written tale Aesop would have been proud.No matter your usual preferred reading genre, I think you will like this story, though probably those of us who have lived on a farm and or have attended Renaissance Faires will enjoy it than urbanites Highly recommended.


  7. Midnight s tale is a charming story of love and longing and a poor, confused goat that wanders through a confusing world of grouchy camels, petting zoos, and mysterious rituals in the woods There are moments of genuine humor and pathos and just clever enough writing.By the end of the story I began to suspect that Midnight s Tale was striking some autobiographical notes, but I don t know the author, so I cannot confirm this hunch.


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