- Title: Prisoner of Glass
- Author: Mark Jeffrey
- ISBN: null
- Page: 178
- Format: Kindle Edition
It starts with a kiss from the Dolphin Queen When the freakishly tall yet elegant Doctor Elspeth Lune is abducted from the airport, she awakens in the mysterious Glass Prison Location Unknown Reason Unknown Odd things happen in this dark, circular facility her severed pinkie grows back overnight and chess games end exactly the same way each time To top itIt starts with a kiss from the Dolphin Queen When the freakishly tall yet elegant Doctor Elspeth Lune is abducted from the airport, she awakens in the mysterious Glass Prison Location Unknown Reason Unknown Odd things happen in this dark, circular facility her severed pinkie grows back overnight and chess games end exactly the same way each time To top it all off, Elspeth mysteriously finds herself assigned to cell block 1515 the exact same number as her ATM PIN and cell phone unlock code But when she encounters the Order of the Black Dove and the Vizier, an inmate with an inordinate amount of power, she finds that she must crack the mystery of the Prison with even urgency Who built this the NSA Al Qaeda The New World Order And why is she and everyone else here In the prison s central axis is the Panopticon, from within which the guards see all and is undoubtedly where the answers lie
Recent Comments "Prisoner of Glass"
Reasons for three stars instead of more (because it really was well-written and well-thought-out for the most part). (1) The ending. Explanations for the prison, etc, were obtuse and incomplete. (At the very end I mean; the (view spoiler)[ time loop stuff(hide spoiler)] was a great plot element that made the world work.) Whole plot elements that were important (Elspeth's husband comes to mind) were just thrown aside with a couple sentences. *growls* (2) The setup to the ending. All of a sudden w [...]
lo ammetto questi libri scaricati da sono stati un affarone!!Prisoner of Glass riesce a racchiudere tanti elementi diversi e costruire una storia che risulta un po' macchinosa, ma che comunque intriga!Tanto per citare qualcuna delle cose che vengono tirate in ballo:-rapimento-una prigione sotterranea misteriosissima-mitologia egizia-i Maya!!! e anche i calendari maya-nanobotSto ancora cercando di capire come Mark Jeffrey sia riuscito a far funzionare il tutto XD
as amusing as intriguing. i really hope there is a sequel being written coz i am still curious about this all ! the plot is definitely very fresh thought and the pace is perfect for a single sitting read. enjoyed this.
As with most of Mark's work, this take the story in unexpected and interesting ways. I wasn't sure where this was going much of the time, but I'd like to see more.
Strange but gooda very strange premise. leaves you asking "What happens next?". Is there another book, I need to find out because this was no ending.
a quick readengaging characters and a great plot that moves the story with such an excellent pace.
This was a pretty good short story that quickly gets your attention, and gets you thinking of various possibilities throughout the story. I think the author does a good job of describing scenes and events that make you feel as if you are right there in the middle of the action vs. a third-party observer. There are a few annoying misspelled words in the Kindle version, but they don't detract too much from the reading experience. The ending - well, it does leave you hanging in the expectation ther [...]
I got this book for free off of and thought it sounded really interesting. The overall plot and world was very interesting, a prison that no one knows where it is or how they got there. I didn't really feel that the main character, Elspeth was that filled out of a character, she was kind of boring and as you find out later in the story, kind of a piece of crap. But she wasn't a bad enough character to ruin the rest of the book, just slightly annoying. Towards the end of the book is when things [...]
While the premise is interesting, this unfortunately reads more like an outline or a first draft than a complete novel. Jeffrey has a lot to say, and a lot of plot to cover, so he throws ideas and scenes at you in rapid succession with no consideration for pacing. The result is a confusing and disjointed narrative that jumps from plot point to plot point without giving the reader time to digest or sometimes even realize what is going on before moving on. I'm sure there's an interesting story in [...]
So, where's the ending? This sort of dead-ended. Story was ok, but not particularly satisfying. Characters were pretty shallow, hard to like. Too much mumbo-jumbo with the Mayan and Egyptian connections. Still entertaining, though.
Good short storyInteresting theory, good story. I would be interested in finding out more about the characters and what happens to them
Didn't go in the (preachy-satirical) direction I expected. But I'm still not delighted with the facile resolution of all the weirdness. And the typos annoyed me.
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