The Silver Ring

Robert Swartwood

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The Silver Ring

The Silver Ring David Beveridge is in the wrong place at the wrong time When a gunman storms into a convenience store demanding money he ends up shooting both the counterwoman and David Only David doesn t die Neithe

  • Title: The Silver Ring
  • Author: Robert Swartwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • David Beveridge is in the wrong place at the wrong time When a gunman storms into a convenience store demanding money, he ends up shooting both the counterwoman and David Only David doesn t die Neither does the counterwoman David is able to bring her back to life with the help of a mysterious silver ring he found earlier that night a ring that the darkest evil in theDavid Beveridge is in the wrong place at the wrong time When a gunman storms into a convenience store demanding money, he ends up shooting both the counterwoman and David Only David doesn t die Neither does the counterwoman David is able to bring her back to life with the help of a mysterious silver ring he found earlier that night a ring that the darkest evil in the universe wants for its very own THE SILVER RING is an 18,000 word novella that contains a special afterword and a bonus short story Praise for THE SILVER RING Robert Swartwood s THE SILVER RING is a full tilt no holds barred bobsled of a ride, absolutely engaging and a hundred percent fun If this one doesn t grab you, it s time to up your Ritalin Joe Schreiber, author of CHASING THE DEAD and NO DOORS, NO WINDOWS In short, sharp chapters, Robert Swartwood s THE SILVER RING launches the reader into a high flying, fast paced cosmic adventure in which the fate of the universe rests in the hands of a seventeen year old movie clerk Grounded in the emotional realities of an everyday family, Swartwood infuses his tall tale with the humanity of a young man navigating his way through the emotional minefields of everyday life while trying to be the best big brother he can be THE SILVER RING delivers light in the heart of darkness, and simple truths from webs of mystery Have fun Gerard Houarner, author of THE OZ SUITE and A BLOOD OF KILLERS

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    1. Charles on said:

      I'm not sure exactly where to put this work. It has a lot of elements of fantasy, but some SF, as well, and quite a bit of the thriller to it. A young man finds a silver ring, and once he puts it on everything changes for him. He becomes aware of a much wilder universe around him than he'd imagined. There's sort of a Tolkien meets Koontz vibe. As you see with the title, the book is a novella and is a quick read. I found it very fast paced. I liked the human characters very much, and found the pr [...]

    2. Alazzar on said:

      I'm always on the lookout for independent authors who self-publish their e-books for bargain prices. Unfortunately, while it's fairly easy to find indie authors on 's Kindle store, it's a hell of a task to find good ones. Sure, a lot of folks out there have decent ideas and understand what a book should be about, but it seems like very few of them know how to put together a good sentence. I'm constantly coming across authors whose prose is painful to sift through--it seems like so few people act [...]

    3. Tracy Walters on said:

      I enjoyed the 1st book I read of Robert Swartwood's, 'The Calling'ever.is book was just a mess. It was really choppy and felt like he was just throwing in things here and there and then mixing it all up and calling it good. It could have been a great fun read but it was just too sloppy and annoying for that. A magical ring with healing powersgood guy/bad guyd hey, let's throw in some aliensUGH! Why do they always have to do thatart out decent and then run out of ideas so they throw in aliens if [...]

    4. Tara on said:

      One-dimensional Gary Stu of a main character. Teenage wish-fulfilment fantasy. I lost count of the number of times I facepalmed while reading this.

    5. J Pryor on said:

      Sci fiWell written and a good idea but for some reason the story track's badly, I wish I knew why but it doesn't gel

    6. Himanshu Sharma on said:

      A very nice fantasy thriller and interesting story! Must read once for fantasy lovers.

    7. Emprise on said:

      Robert Swartwood is in Volume 13 of Emprise Review, find Point of View here. emprisereview/?page_id=3540

    8. Sidney on said:

      A fast-paced urban fantasy novella with twists, turns and excitement.

    9. Rinna on said:

      Great short story. the characters and the fast pace are very interesting make me want to read to the end.

    10. Annie Bailey on said:

      Very good short story. I liked the characters and the fast pace. I was kept guessing until almost the very end. It was definitely worth the read.

    11. Angela on said:

      Great writer & great short story. I read the whole thing in one hour, not becuase its short but because I just could not put it down!!! Cant wait to read more books by Swartwood

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