Forgotten Canyon

Forgotten Canyon The thought of finding Montezuma s hidden treasure urges Johnathon Scribner deep into the Forgotten Canyon Why he stays there however is a different reason altogether

  • Title: Forgotten Canyon
  • Author: Lois D. Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The thought of finding Montezuma s hidden treasure urges Johnathon Scribner deep into the Forgotten Canyon Why he stays there, however, is a different reason altogether.

    One thought on “Forgotten Canyon”

    1. Man finds map. Man goes to find treasure. Man stupid. Man finds treasure. Man dies after finding treasure.

    2. Pretty goodA good opening story for a much larger series of stories. It will be worth looking into the rest of the series.

    3. This short story in the Treasure Hunters series is a fun, worthwhile short read. And it's free! The author knows a lot about archeology and Montezuma, and that makes the story interesting.

    4. Greed has often led to man's downfall. It certainly did for the self-proclaimed adventurer/treasure seeker in this story. I'm always intrigued by tales of discovery and exploration linked to ancient civilizations. "Forgotten Canyon" was no exception. The suspense kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end. This was a fast-paced read perfect for a quick diversion. However, the excerpt from "Cycles" doesn't seem like my cup of tea. Nevertheless, I'd still like to read the anthology - entitl [...]

    5. Riveting Tale!A true tell of a master writer is the ability to tell a fantastic story completely in a fee pages! Not only does Lois D Brown tell this story completely, but she makes it a true page-turner, keeping us enthralled from the first lines to the very last words! Using the knowledge of folk tales , Brown weaves a complex pattern into an exciting story, too short only because it makes the reader long for just a bit more! Thoroughly enjoyed this, and I will be reading much more from her!!

    6. A horror short story without many horrific elements, and I had no trouble falling asleep after. On , it's listed under Genre Fiction > Action & Adventure, but there's not a lot of that, either, and from the ending it seems closer to Horror. Good writing, decent attention to detail, but just not enough here to hold me. Three stars is the best I can give this one.

    7. This was a great read. For being such a short story there was alot involved: Many times, what you're looking for is right in front of you, greed will get you nowhere and you have to know when to call it quits. This story was well-written and quite enjoyable. Well worth the 10 minutes it takes to read and I'm definately planning on reading more by this author.

    8. Wonderful This author is truly gifted for putting so much on such a short story. This was an action packed edge of the seat tale about greed. I enjoyed it a lot .

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