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Michael

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Michael
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ATTENTION BELOVED READERS: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2013 - ALL OF MY BOOKS ARE NOW "DONATIONWARE"! You take them. You read them. YOU decide what, if anything, they are worth from your hard earned cash! Times are hard enough without giving up the joys of the written word. I have long said that I write for the love of writing (and to keep the Muses happy). Time for me to live up to my own words! Enjoy ... and if (or even when .. take as long as you need to pay) you think its worth a little of your hard earned cash ... go to URL https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=2HYPZWGXY8BF6&lc=US&item_name=Libera%20Scriptor%20Publictions&currency_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted and donate what YOU believe is right! Pax vobiscum! Crystal Brewton Michael is a ghost. He's not very friendly, either. He has chosen to haunt a little boy. For the rest of his life and in the most intimate ways possible.
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  • By J. L. Foster
    Mar 26, 2009
    "The Story I *Almost* Couldn't Finish" A review on "Michael" is difficult for me. This is the one story by Crystal Ordonez that I almost could not finish. The story tells the tale of a young boy and his sexual molestation by a violent, if attractive, ghost. The aspect of child molestation made me close the story initially. I was disturbed by it, and I knew that I could not finish it. Yet, there was still something in the writing, itself, that made me push on. The next day, I opened the story again and picked up where I had left off. The boy was a teenager at this point, and his mother - a drug-ridden, money-less whore - was taking her anguishes out on the boy. The ghost made another appearance, and again I trembled. I wasn't sure how much more of this I could take. What was going to happen now? Was the boy and the mother both going to be raped this time? Would the mother FINALLY believe that the ghost existed, and realize that her son had not been imagining things... More > and trying to cover for his innocent father, now dead? I wasn't too far off, but in that same respect, I was very far off. What happened next was something so brutal that I will not get into it right now, but the scene - for me, at least - saved the story. Once again, I was hooked on the words of Mrs. Crystal Ordonez. I wanted to scream some humanity into the woman, but I was still hooked on her. And more than hooked, I was intrigued. I was able to finish the story. The molestation had ended where I had "slammed" the book shut, and the story took on a new, horrific feel - one that did not involve the sexual stripping of a young child's soul. This horror was a good horror - one that reminded me of a Clive Barker or Poppy Z. Brite tale. Yes, "Michael" turned out to be something more than just sick shocks. The story became an adventure - one spanning the entire life of the young boy, from child-molestation to the violent nature that his adulthood would take on. "Michael" is not a story for everyone. It is not a story for those with light hearts or high, Christian morals. It is, however, a story for those with a love of horror and the stomach to handle terror - both real and imaginary. Despite the trouble I had with the story at the beginning, I find myself unable to give it anything LESS than five stars. Crystal Ordonez has a masterpiece on her hands - regardless of the sexual aspect of the story. J. L. Foster Author, Nothing: A Tale of Terror< Less
  • By Crystal Brewton
    Nov 11, 2008
    "From an email to Crystal Ordonez" 11:32a.m 12 October, 2006 How do I review this? Left me shaking, nauseated and freaked out. All the things you look for in a a horror story. This is some twisted shit. Seriously. Fair warning.. if you can't handle child molestation issues, do NOT read this. Supernatural sources make it even worse, somehow. Not recommended for the faint of heart. Or the unsteady of stomach. Dragon Mama
  • By Jeffrey Pearson
    Aug 5, 2008
    "Psychological Horror Masterpiece" I have read quite a few things written by Crystal and have never been disappointed by anything she has written. Michael is her latest work and she continues to impress me. Michael is a masterpiece that is disturbing while being erotic at the same time. She is also able to push the boundaries of erotica while never really crossing the line into pornographic. She has absolutely no problem dealing with the taboo subject (homosexual child molestation) and does an excellent job of presenting it in a very real way. The product is a psychologically horrific piece.
  • By hawk7_29_1952
    Mar 12, 2008
    "Michael" I read this as a test reader, and commented, in part, as follows: this is too powerful! So far, of what I’ve seen of your work, this is without a doubt, the BEST!! You do readers everywhere a disservice if you don’t get this published!!! This is one of the most incredible pieces I have ever read.. Yes, sad, yes, gory, but yes, glorious too!! EVEN if one only read the first segment, and read it not even as a ghost story but as a metaphor of true child molestation, You have it perfect!! You have it down pat!! You called it as it is and made the reader swallow it!!! Crystal YOU ROCK!!! I can only hope and trust that Michael is going to find the far-reaching audience it deserves!! I know that I for one am NEVER going to be able to forget this immensely powerful story, the intense characters, nor this incredible author!!
  • By ladywraith
    Aug 19, 2007
    "A mezmerising trip to the boundaries" Ms. Ordonez pushes the boundaries of storytelling with Michael. This story explores a subject that is disturbing to most people- the molestation of a child- what can happen when a child is ignored and gives the story a distrubing, but postive ending. This horrifying look into the experiences of one young man from the first time he was molested through the time when he comes to love his molestor to the time of his own death raises goosebumps and sends shivers down your spine. This is a story that will linger in my mind for years to come and will always make me think that anything is possible. I recommend this if you enjoy disturbing and scary stories.
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Publisher
Crystal Brewton
Published
November 27, 2009
Language
English
Pages
39
File Format
PDF
File Size
500.92 KB

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