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Roadside Cross (A Short Story)

Roadside Cross (A Short Story) By {author, Roadside Cross (A Short Story) Best Download || [Sam Weller] Roadside Cross (A Short Story) Best Download || [Sam Weller] - Roadside Cross (A Short Story), Roadside Cross A Short Story Every year on the same night in November a bouquet of flowers a vintage bottle of wine and a handwritten note appear next to a small wooden cross on the side of a lonely country highway Year after

  • Publisher‏:‎ StoryFront (March 12, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ March 12, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1941 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 19 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

Roadside Cross (A Short Story) Best Download || [Sam Weller], Roadside Cross (A Short Story), Sam Weller, Roadside Cross A Short Story Every year on the same night in November a bouquet of flowers a vintage bottle of wine and a handwritten note appear next to a small wooden cross on the side of a lonely country highway Year after year its the same offering at the same time On his way home from work at the factory Tom notices these roadside tributes and wonders who the mysterious mourner might

Roadside Cross (A Short Story)

Roadside Cross (A Short Story) Best Download || [Sam Weller] Roadside Cross (A Short Story) Best Download || [Sam Weller] - Roadside Cross (A Short Story), Roadside Cross A Short Story Every year on the same night in November a bouquet of flowers a vintage bottle of wine and a handwritten note appear next to a small wooden cross on the side of a lonely country highway Year after Roadside Cross (A Short Story)

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Roadside Cross (A Short Story)

947 thought on “Roadside Cross (A Short Story)

  1. Bought this for 1 and finished reading this within 10 minutes The story takes place across the same day every year over many years and is about a guy who comes across a roadside cross one day and then over the years notices that someone has placed a bottle of liquor and a card on it Determined to find out who left it and against the advice of his friend, he starts staking out the cross every year until he find out who left it.It is a short story and I do not want to spoil the ending but for a 1 [...]


  2. This is one of the most beautiful pieces I ve read in a long time Weller writes this genre piece and cracks right through that ceiling of stigmatization that genre fiction is somehow less that literary The protagonist of this story is a fully developed person, and we see his thoughts, feelings, emotions, and anxieties as tension builds in the story There s also an element of romance tied into what could be considered a ghost story by some, but beyond a bit of playing with my brain and making me [...]


  3. No amount of creative wordsmithing can do Roadside Cross justice quite like the facts around my having read it I refused for years to own an eReader, yet I bought a Kindle just for this story Yes, Sam Weller s past work is that good.If I never use the Kindle to read another thing, it was still worth every cent Yes, this story is that good.As soon as I finished reading it, I read it again aloud to my wife This story is going to be on our regular read again list.Weller is one of the best storytell [...]


  4. I loved this brief story and have had a sample of it on my kindle for over a year FInally today I read it It was great Perfectly written and everything I have ever thought about those crosses including taking pictures of them Thanks Sam great read


  5. Sam Weller has crafted a fine, sparse, chilling tale here The setting is a lonely road, the time is autumn, the mood is one of building dread There are no wasted sentences, this tale is short but it will haunt me for a long time.I ll be seeking out fiction from Mr Weller.


  6. Sam Weller always tells a good story, and this is a superb one, triggering our personal beliefs about ghosts, the afterlife, longing, and the strange beauty of unrequited love This is far than a ghost story it s a story about the human condition.


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