Rabbit in the Road

Rabbit in the Road

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by Danika D. Potts, Oliver Campbell
     
 

In 1966, there is a record store clerk who loves her life just the way it is.

One night on a train, she meets her soul mate, the man who is the key to unlocking her latent ESP, something she never thought possible. She will spend the next 14 years of her life trying to get away from him by any means necessary.

The debut novella of writing team Danika D Potts

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Overview

In 1966, there is a record store clerk who loves her life just the way it is.

One night on a train, she meets her soul mate, the man who is the key to unlocking her latent ESP, something she never thought possible. She will spend the next 14 years of her life trying to get away from him by any means necessary.

The debut novella of writing team Danika D Potts and Oliver Campbell, Rabbit in the Road is a suspenseful, shocking thriller about just how far one will go in order to preserve their way of life, and is sure to captivate and keep you reeling.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468051025
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/28/2011
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.42(d)

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Rabbit in the Road 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Meli_Green More than 1 year ago
First the writing style was easy to get through and the book always kept me wanting more, the main character Beverly, is likeable and easy to root for. The plot has a lot going on, and as the reader you are never quite sure what the real essence of the story is. Is this book about her powers, or is it about her journey, there is so much going on in this short book that I could go on about the complexities of the novel, but it must be read to be enjoyed. This book can be read as deep as you like and it will always be a great read. From the story on the surface, down to its depths, this book shows that it was well written. My biggest criticism of the novella would be that as much as I enjoyed all the characters I would have liked a little bit more development of the secondary characters to understand their motivations. Do not skip this book. It is absolutely worth the time and money investments, and I sincerely hope it gets a print edition someday, because it deserves to be on a shelf along with the works of the greats.
NookGirlPA More than 1 year ago
I still do not know what it was about. I gave it 2 stars because it was quick (thank God!) and the editing was good. Just my opinion but don't waste your time. After you get through the beginning pages with the chapters being listed, it's about 100 pages. Take the $2.99 and buy an iced coffee at McDonalds !
Dragonfire411 More than 1 year ago
Great book by a couple of first time authors and at .99 it's a steal!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A complex and interesting novella that compels the reader to want to know more. This story explores 14 years of the protagonist's life but does not draw out situations. Straight and to the point, this is a wonderful debut from two very promising authors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't expect characters development out of this story. It starts by putting a woman named Bevie in danger and then continues that story, and her paranoia of that danger, throughout. Bevie changes towns and identities to hide from the one man she can't seem to escape. The second to last chapter is written from another point of view, but the obscenities were over the top. Now I understand that it was meant to illustrate how demented or evil this individual is but I find a hard time believing that even the most evil person would use language to this degree. It seemed out of place and unnecessary. Also, I'm not a prude by any stretch.. it stuck out that much. Finally, the formatting on this book is HORRIBLE. It was all but unreadable on my iPhone even on the largest font. Which still appeared to display 2 pages of text on my small screen. On my NOOK Simple Touch it was the opposite problem. Even at the smallest font I could only fit maybe five or six words on a line. It appears that whoever formatted the book locked in a font size or something. It was a bad decision. EPubs are supposed to flow and fit to our screens not be hard coded. I wanted to give this 2 stars due to the formatting but the book was a decent yarn if you can get over the formatting and lack of character development. It's reactionary fiction and that's not necessarily bad. For that reason I had to bump it and set it at 3 stars. It was okay.