The Fate Merchant (New draft)

By Marc Poliquin

Draft 10 Posted Date: 9/3/2014

Book Rating (current version):

Be the first to rate this version of the book.


Book Rating (all versions):

Based on 5 Reviews

Genre:

Urban Fantasy

Word Count:

43,914

About the Book:

The Fate Merchant is about Jasper Kravitz, a slacker who has begun to realize that he needs to do more with his life. When he takes possession of a camera that takes pictures of the last thing people see before they die, he decides to go into business for himself. When he tries his hand at selling fate, the Universe (and its duly designated representatives) step in and make him realize that dealing in fate can be hazardous to his health.

About the Author:

I'm a writer and, as a father to an eight month old, an expert in time management.

Author's Note:

The previous draft of this book was accidentally removed from peer review. As a result, my ranking and reviews are no longer available. The book previously had an overall ranking of 4 out of 5 stars, and the last two reviews awarded the draft 5 stars. Here a few review excerpts: This book is absolutely captivating! In fact, I've been so immersed I almost forgot that I was critiquing! Awesome, wonderful, hilarious, gripping! This is such an original plot! My only complaint: there isn't more to read! Funny, well written. Thoroughly enoyable. Voice is straight forward, light and humorous with a hint of sarcasm. This is a new twist that I absolutely loved. The story develops naturally at a pace that keeps moving. This is a first draft, and I'm uploading chapters as I write them. The underlining indicates italics. Thanks for reading, and I look forward to your comments. Marc

Requested feedback Criteria: Overall Feedback, Voice, Plot, Pacing

Peer Reviews



Review of

Delete Review

Show More
 
Comment(s)
View More Comments


Show More
   
Delete Comment
 
Report Abuse