Gentle, creative Percy has never harmed another and has no desire to do so. But he sees few options if he is to achieve a life with the one he loves. In this short story of approximately 3,700 words, Percy discovers the unlikely nature of his true courage and manhood.
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About the Author
About the author: Roberta Pescow is a freelance writer with articles featured on over 200 websites nationwide. She is also a jazz singer with Narrow Escape Duo, performing at venues in and around Northern New Jersey. Roberta is a proud mother of two, and holds a 2nd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. As a long time vegetarian, she has a deep love and respect for all creatures. When she gets some free time, Roberta also enjoys sculpture, photography, reading, swimming and quiet time with family, friends and her beloved dog, Summer.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
You can be any kind of monster! Go to 'monster e' all results to see a list of millions of monsters that gets changed everyday! If you dont see something you want to be, make your own. You cannot be a monster without a monster card, or we cant have people rp a different one! We need a male and a female. <p> You can be a human or a monster, monsters are trained at res 2. Humans meet at the last result, Alice is the captain. This is a risky job, the monsters could kill you. The humans decide what monsters should mate, the monsters cannot talk to the humans, but they can talk to other monsters. <p> result 3 is where baby monsters live. They are raised by humans and monsters. The monsters that lay eggs put the eggs here. <p> Res4 is where breeding monster pairs say. <p> Res5 is where monsters are punished or killed. You will get a limb removed for harming a young monster.
Exceptional! I loved this short novel. It is easy to read in one setting. The world Percy lives in is so vibrant in its detail. The moral behind the story is one every person knows, but so often we forget in our daily lives. The story is well rounded with absolutely wonderful characters. The setting of the story acts almost as a character itself, adding depth and believability to the book. This book is a wonderful read for adults and children alike. I have actually read it to my daughter (she is 6) and she loves it. There are no detractions from the book. It is well formatted, easy to read, and free of grammar and spelling errors. WELL worth the $0.99 it costs to buy it. I also recommend "A Life in the Service" by this author!