Fan Xi

By Pete Randall

Draft 1 Posted Date: 5/7/2013

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Genre:

Urban Fantasy

Word Count:

12,672

About the Book:

Pronounced 'Fan She' - as Charlie Lee mourns the passing of his dear wife, a little girl - Fan Xi - enters his life and transforms it. Sad, funny and downright strange, this story deals with friendships, telekinesis, furniture, values, love, and a small cat named Mister Trouble. Set in an unnamed Asian city, and in the present day, this tale could be set almost anywhere in the world. And yes, it is also about feng shui.

About the Author:

A former stagehand, Pete loves football, music & reading. As 'Pirate Pete' he's a regular contributor to Steve Yabsley's local radio show in Bristol. Drinks tea

Author's Note:

Fan Xi is a little girl with over large front teeth, which makes her quite difficult to understand. I have written her speech phonetically and, though it may prove to be problematic, it should make sense if it is read as it is written. I hope this doesn't mar anyone's enjoyment of the story.

Requested feedback Criteria: Overall Feedback, Voice, Plot

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