The Fissures Between Worlds: A short fiction collection to make you thinkPosted: December 28, 2018 Filed under: Book Review, Books, Fiction, Science Fiction, Speculative Fiction, Stories | Tags: Book Review, Fissures Between Worlds, Nick Vossen, Science Fiction, Short Fiction, Speculative Fiction, Writing to be Read 2 Comments
Have you ever felt like things were just a little off? That’s just how the characters in Nick Vossen’s The Fissures Between Worlds: Tales Beyond Time and Space feel on a regular basis. Fissures Between Worlds takes the reader to worlds beyond the veil of time and space where the unlikely, the improbable, even the impossible can and does occur. When the veil is breached, people get stuck in endless time loops, and creatures which can’t possibly exist wreak havoc within our own realities. Nick Vossen’s unique styles of storytelling take readers on a journey which will make you ponder the possibilities. A short fiction collection which is anything but typical. I give Fissures Between Worlds five quills.
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Reblogged this on Nick Vossen – Author and commented:
Kaye Lynne Booth has written a very cool review for my first book; The Fissures Between Worlds! I am very humbled!
A lovely review, Kaye
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