The Story Teller

The Story Teller

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by Max M Power
     
 

Will a man, after years of torment, finally find peace? Can two friends save the life of a man who once saved theirs? See what happens when a slave is forced to fight for survival. Witness how a storm can change lives forever. Want to have an encounter with a vampire?

Tag along with a Bounty Hunter as he tracks down a child molester. Travel back in time as a

Overview

Will a man, after years of torment, finally find peace? Can two friends save the life of a man who once saved theirs? See what happens when a slave is forced to fight for survival. Witness how a storm can change lives forever. Want to have an encounter with a vampire?

Tag along with a Bounty Hunter as he tracks down a child molester. Travel back in time as a man tries to save his family from a horrific crime. Go deep beneath the waves as a Russian and American submarine hunt each other. Come see what happens when a woman finds out she is a vampire and the ruler of Hell's Playground.

Sixty-five years of marriage revolved around a single note. Two people wondered what might have been after years of separation. Will an invisible man finally be seen?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011203800
Publisher:
Max M Power
Publication date:
01/24/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
259 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Max was born in a library, surrounded by books from all over the galaxy. His gypsy soul never stayed in one place for very long as he traveled the universe, having many great adventures, all while lying on the carpet floor in the living room. His story telling abilities have been compared to Robert Patterson and Tom Clancy, without all the boring details. Today he lives in a hanger just north of Houston, Texas where he soars through the clouds on Wings of Gold, writing and telling wonderful stories.

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The Story Teller 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved Max Power’s book The Storyteller, I just wish the stories were longer. The Bounty Hunter chapters can definitely be made into a novel like his The Guardians book. I’m still waiting to hear when the second book to that is coming out. It was so much fun getting to see so many characters come to life, each with their own story to tell. There were a few spelling errors like when he wrote stock for stalk but little things like that I can look over. I’m in college so they pop out when I am critiquing something. My main thing I had a problem with was their length like I said above. These stories should be expanded on. Nearly all of them I was sitting there reading and getting further into and then bam they were over to fast. Max Power has a way with words that puts the story right into the reader’s mind like watching a movie. This is why reading is always better in my opinion than movies. I look forward to reading many more of his books. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The poor grammer in these silly stories made me cringe! Do not waste your time
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AAWWSSOOMME
Anonymous 4 months ago
Strange type of book. Most of the stories were juvenile in topic and substance but oddly held my interest. Except for the parts that were sexual, which mostly didn't fit the story, these stories would probably be best enjoyed by young adults. You could possibly be a fairly ok writer with more practice. Definitely work on spelling .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The use of seen is like fingernails on a blackboard! Needs work on spelling and the use of the proper words. Maybe writing isn't the right thing for you considering the problems stated.
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Best everrr!!!!! Bravo Bravo!! " claps"
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This book is good.
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Is this appropriate?