Garden of Eden Anthology [NOOK Book]

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15 authors describe a Garden of Eden like no other. This collection of flash fiction, short stories, poems, and essays illustrate an imaginative new take on one of the most famous literary tales in history. See how the denizens of the original garden interact with each other and with their creator – dust motes, trees, ghosts, demons, gnomes, angels, roaches, and more! You’ll never think of the Garden of Eden ...

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Garden of Eden Anthology

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Overview

15 authors describe a Garden of Eden like no other. This collection of flash fiction, short stories, poems, and essays illustrate an imaginative new take on one of the most famous literary tales in history. See how the denizens of the original garden interact with each other and with their creator – dust motes, trees, ghosts, demons, gnomes, angels, roaches, and more! You’ll never think of the Garden of Eden the same way after reading these strange tales.

List of titles and authors:

In The Beginning We Did Have Someone On The Ground (Adam Mac)
Gossip in the Garden (JD DeHart
Mote (Erin Vataris)
Renovation (Gary Hewitt)
A Ghost and a Thought (James J. Stevenson)
We Who Bleed (Scathe meic Beorh)
One Bit Off (Guy and Tonya De Marco)
Water Rats (JD DeHart)
Agent of Good (Schevus Osborne)
X:UsersAndroidX>start eden.exe_ (Anne Carly Abad)
The Genesis of the Incorporeum (AmyBeth Inverness)
The Gardeners of Eden (Jason Bougger)
The Roots of All Evil (Shelley Chappell)
Survey (John Grey)
Breach (William Teegarden)
Before Dawn Can Wake Us (John Vicary)

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045922180
  • Publisher: Allen Taylor
  • Publication date: 2/25/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 626,870
  • File size: 1,011 KB

Meet the Author

Allen Taylor is the publisher at Garden Gnome Publications and editor of the Biblical Legends Anthology Series. He has authored several digital poetry chapbooks and fiction books and continues to work as a journalist and commercial blog content writer.
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  • Posted June 27, 2014

    I like that it is an original concept that I have not seen elsew

    I like that it is an original concept that I have not seen elsewhere.
    I like that it was a divergence from doctrine texts and that artists were allowed to indulge themselves to create their own views.
    The stories were different and enjoyable. I do not necessarily read this kind of lit. I tend to set my sails to darker waters, but it was good enough to keep me reading throughout the whole thing.

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  • Posted April 17, 2014

    Garden of Eden Anthology I really liked this collection. All

    Garden of Eden Anthology

    I really liked this collection. All were based on The Garden of Eden in some way, but all were very different from what you are used to ... through the eyes of dust, or the first cockroach ever ... through the eyes of their nosy neighbor, or the bird that tried to stop the serpent from having his conversation with Eve ... from a sci-fi point of view ...

    These stories were so well done that I plan to see what else each of these authors have done and give 'em a read. Definitely a good, quick read - fun and really make you think.

    Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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