A Chink in the Armor: A Short Story of Job

A Chink in the Armor: A Short Story of Job

by D. Robert Pease

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BN ID: 2940151970402
Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC
Publication date: 06/12/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 445,222
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

My whole life, I’ve loved hearing and reading stories, and creating worlds of my own. As a child, I spent countless hours drawing crazy contraptions on paper, or building vast fortresses in a sand pile behind my garage. There was hardly a time I wasn’t off on some adventure in my mind, to the dismay of parents and teachers alike. So it’s no big surprise I took all that daydreaming, all that longing to really see the wonder of creation around me, and started pouring it into discovering hidden universes in my own mind. For quite a few years I tried my hand at writing, mostly working on one, massive fantasy novel, but it wasn’t until I had kids and they became voracious readers that I found my passion. There’s no greater audience than a child. I’d rather have a simple review from a kid that says, “Awesome book!” than a five-star review in the New York Times. Of course, if anyone at the Times wants to try to prove me wrong, I’d be willing to let you. To receive newsletter announcements related to D. Robert Pease’s new releases, please visit http://www.drobertpease.com/About-the-Author/New-Releases-Newsletter

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A Chink in the Armor - A Short Story of Job (Epic Fantasy Dragon Adventure) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Topsues More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this short story. D.Robert Pease has managed to turn a small part of the bible into a modern piece of work, that gives the reader an insite into part of our bible that many don't read anymore or find it difficult to understand. I know I am the latter. The author managed to transcribe the emotions of Job, which is a credit to him for having that talent. I understood the thought provoking piece, in a much better way. Thank you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a well--written book. The author's prose is exellent; enough detail to create a movie in your mind, yet not enough to make it wordy and "fluff-filled" like a lot of other books of the same genre. Two thumbs up on this one! ---- Silverpen