Afterlife University

Game Knot Over

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Pub Date 25 Dec 2023 | Archive Date Not set

Description

Inspired by true events and based on research of near death experiences (clinically dead people who have crossed over and come back to share what happened to them): Two sets of teens who died tragically on opposite sides of the Earth discover telepathy, empathy, entanglement and healing on a journey to new beginnings. This 4,000-word short story is set almost completely in the afterlife, where universal consciousness connects us all.

Inspired by true events and based on research of near death experiences (clinically dead people who have crossed over and come back to share what happened to them): Two sets of teens who died...


Advance Praise

"5 stars! This was an intriguing little short story. The p.o.v.s were neatly woven together, and the imagery was vivid. I can't wait to read more from Jack Chaucer!"

-- Lindsay Bolton, Goodreads reviewer

"4 stars. I absolutely love when a story ties itself together and these characters all being linked in the end was great!"

-- Emily Tensen, Instagram reviewer

"I give this short story 4 stars! It was interesting and uplifting, i could see the potential of it being a full-blown story, I think I'lll be keeping an eye out for more by this author."

-- Sabrina Potter, Goodreads reviewer


"5 stars! This was an intriguing little short story. The p.o.v.s were neatly woven together, and the imagery was vivid. I can't wait to read more from Jack Chaucer!"

-- Lindsay Bolton, Goodreads...


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As humans I think the afterlife is something we are naturally curious about, so I was interested in this topic and liked where it was going. I just wanted more. I wanted a little more information in the transitions. In a short read I felt the author was able to give just enough background on the characters based on little clues, like what they were doing when they died, who they were with, etc. I could see this all playing out in my mind as I read and I think it would be a great story to elaborate on. Enjoyable short story overall.

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out of 5 stars, i give this short story 4! it was interesting and uplifting, i could see the potential of it being a full blown story, i think ill be keeping an eye out for more by this author. Thank you for letting me read this!

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**I received a complimentary copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.**

This was an intriguing little short story. The p.o.v.s were neatly woven together, and the imagery was vivid. I can't wait to read more from Jack Chaucer!

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What originally drew me to this short story was the title and the cover. I appreciated the mentions of collective consciousness, reincarnation, and entanglement, although I think these thematic elements may be lost on readers who do not already know and breathe these concepts. I absolutely love when a story ties itself together and these characters all being linked in the end was great!

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Thank you for netgalley, the publishers, and the author for the ARC I read.

This being a short story and all, you really just dive right in to the story. So it can be a little like a puzzle, reading it and figuring out what is going on and what the author is trying to do. It was beautifully written and the ideas of the afterlife were really interesting to explore. An enjoyable read that makes me curious about this author’s longer works.

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