Outside the Wire

Outside the Wire

4.0 10
by Richard Farnsworth
     
 

Fallen angels, demons, lycanthropes, monsters and a disembodied hand (or is it), Outside the Wire is a collection of six previously published short stories about things we don’t want to let in, all anthologized for your reading pleasure.

 See more details below

Overview

Fallen angels, demons, lycanthropes, monsters and a disembodied hand (or is it), Outside the Wire is a collection of six previously published short stories about things we don’t want to let in, all anthologized for your reading pleasure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033015566
Publisher:
Richard Farnsworth
Publication date:
01/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
973 KB

Related Subjects

Meet the Author

Rick is a scientist, soldier, apache pilot, husband, father, farmer, and genuinely fungi (fun guy?) He can be reached at genuineapocrypha (at) yahoo.com.


He has contributed short fiction to several anthologies (Beast Within 1 and 2 from Graveside tales, Abominations from Shroud), and other venues.


He is also the author of 'Succumbing to Gravity' from Reliquary Press and 'Gift of the Bouda' from Salvo Press. Both novels are available in print or ebook format on Amazon, and they're great, just read the reviews.


Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

Outside the Wire 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
CVHunt More than 1 year ago
Richard Farnsworth presents us with a collection of short stories in Outside The Wire. Two of these are just snippets of larger stories, Succumbing To Gravity (everyone who knows me, knows I will force you to read this book), and Gift Of The Bouda. Both of which show how well Farnsworth can write the internal struggle. I found all of the other short stories just as engaging as Richard’s previous works. One story, B.E.K.s is about ??? The writer created some terrifying creatures. Who, or what, they are remain a mystery to the reader and the characters in the story. In other stories, it’s same with the mysterious creations. The Sacrifices Of Automated Tabulation a woman starts a new job, only to find out things are not what they seem. The Long Road To Sanctum feels familiar. The rules and aspects of the story seem to coincide with the were-creatures of Gift Of The Bouda. I absolutely love Farnsworth’s gift for writing the dilemma of the internal struggle, and he showcases the highlights of this in Dougies’s Hand. The story is about a young man with an uncontrolled hand, which reminded me of Idle Hands, or the fight Ash puts up in Evil Dead. The last story of the collection, Virtual Huntress, brings the horrors of the very possible to light. I think I’ve already stated this a million times, but the real monsters are always the scariest. Richard Farnsworth has proved yet again, whatever genre, or path he takes in his writing, he will always have my attention.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good, fast read. I liked the ending in Gift of the Bouda.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has a lot of good short stories in it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wide range and great writing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most of the stories in this collection are ok, but not particularly gripping. I could see how Tale of the Bouda is amenable to a longer treatment though. The first story, Succumbing to Gravity, is definitely a good basis for an expansion to a novel, so that is worth checking out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ChooseyOne More than 1 year ago
I loved these short stories...great plots, excellent characterization and chilling. I'll read more by this author