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Posted March 31, 2011
Reading this took me back to the days when my blind grandfather would tell me of the history of objects and landscapes, would call to my attention the scents that would bring memories to the front of the mind. Keller describes every aspect of the historic stone walls and takes you back to a time when the stones were created and everything they have outlasted. The reader can actually see, feel, smell, and hear the stones. Keller opens the reader's mind to experience something they would normally overlook. Beautifully written.
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Posted July 10, 2014
((WARNING: This story includes adult language, kidnapp and is recommended for children over the age of 10. ))<p>Cole sighed and glanced at his watch. His parents and his twin brother Caden were supossed to be back at least an hour ago. He sighed again and stood up to go out in the front yard. There, he would waot for his family to return. <p> As if on cue, the second Cole opened the door, he stood face to face with his brother, Caden. <p>Now, when it came to faceing each other, it wasn't like a mirror. Cole was a little taller, had longer hair and was the smart one. Caden, on the other hand was born 5 minutes after Cole and was the more bad boy type. Overall, they were kind of the same.<p> Cole's younger brother stepped inside and closed the door. "Hey Cole. Mom's takeing Dad to the airport. Won't be back 'till late." Cole nodded and tagged along as Caden went to the back yard.<p> As a young wild rabbit shot through the trees, the brothers were close behind it. Caden shot farther ahead into the small stretch of wood that his family owned. He ignored his brother's calls and dove for the small animal.<p> As he hit the ground, he suddenly soared into the air, leaves surrounding him. Panic pulsed through his mind. "COLE!!!" He screamed. It was an instinct to call for help when he was in danger. His father had taught him that years ago. When Cole didn't respond, he paniced and searched for an opening of some sort. Anything to help him escape. <p>Then he felt a prick in the back of his neck. Then dizziness.<p> Caden slowly pulled out a silver dart with a bushy, bright green end. In seconds everything became a blurr. Caden lost feeling in his whole body. He fell back againsit the net and stared at the green and brown leaves.<p>In seconds his world faded into darkness and sleep.<p> continued at the nezt result.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.