Overview

Caleb Murphy is coming to the end of his first circuit as an avowed Daniyelan, and it can't end soon enough. Arbitrating judgments for horse breeders in Isfaridesh can't compare to his journeymen circuit riding the disputed Nabosian border, and his partner, Gisa Protz, can't stand him. His thoughts are with his troubled sister Ella as he arrives in the small town of Keman, but what awaits him in a luthier's shop will change his life forever.

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The Luthier of Keman

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Overview

Caleb Murphy is coming to the end of his first circuit as an avowed Daniyelan, and it can't end soon enough. Arbitrating judgments for horse breeders in Isfaridesh can't compare to his journeymen circuit riding the disputed Nabosian border, and his partner, Gisa Protz, can't stand him. His thoughts are with his troubled sister Ella as he arrives in the small town of Keman, but what awaits him in a luthier's shop will change his life forever.

"The Luthier of Keman" is a short story that takes place twenty years before Shatter (The Children of Man, #1).
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013889316
  • Publisher: Elizabeth Mock
  • Publication date: 12/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 414,758
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Elizabeth C. Mock grew up with a passion for stories and writing as well as exploring wardrobes. She currently lives in Cincinnati, OH where she teaches philosophy and continues writing The Children of Man series as well as an urban fantasy series of short stories, The Noctunarum Vows. From time to time, she still investigates suspicious looking wardrobes. Elizabeth is represented by Joe Monti of Barry Goldblatt Literary.
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  • Posted April 9, 2012

    Very short. I would call it an eChapter.

    When I picked this up, I had already read Books 1 & 2 in Ms. Mock's Children of Man series. I am enjoying the series and I look forward to seeing more of it. I saw this title listed as book number 0.5 in the series, so I picked it up looking forward to some background on characters from the series. While it did provide a short (very short) story about Calab, I was really hoping for more. Rather than listing this as an eBook, it should be listed as an eChapter. This should probably be given away as a free introduction and backstory to this character. I would really like to see similar intros and backstories for some of the other characters. But I would not spend a dollar apiece for them.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2012

    Very short

    This could easily have been a short chapter in the series, selling it just doesnot seem right

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2012

    Liked

    This was a good short story. Very short but good.

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