Four and five star reviews for a set of short stories on Amazon titled Then Frederick Ran. The stories are set in the future, including one about a bully who holds a mock funeral with his cloned body. The book was written by Nicholas M. Bugden, the author of Blue Eyes Blazing.
Then Frederick Ran is a collection of short stories, including “What’s There To Say About Henry Mann”, a story about a bully who hold a funeral with a cloned body to hear what people actually think about it. But will it turn out to be the opinion he wants? And “The Memory Of A Rain”, a surreal tale of what happens when you delete photos from your cloud storage.
The set of short stories has received positive reviews from reviewers and readers a like. One reviewer wrote: “If you’re a fan of short stories, pick up ‘Then Frederick Ran’ today. The collection of short stories can hold its own with the finest literary fiction.”
To learn more about Then Frederick Ran or to purchase the book, please visit http://www.amazon.ca/Then-Frederick-Ran-Nicholas-Bugden-ebook/dp/B00PYN6B60