May 06, 2021
Ride a Mule
Posted by M.H. Boroson

A short story that takes place a month or two after the events in THE GIRL WITH GHOST EYES Li lin is called upon to exorcise a strange spirit at a cigar factory but things may not be what they seem.

  • Title: Ride a Mule
  • Author: M.H. Boroson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 499
  • Format: None
  • Ride a Mule A short story that takes place a month or two after the events in THE GIRL WITH GHOST EYES Li lin is called upon to exorcise a strange spirit at a cigar factory but things may not be what they seem

    The Captain

    Ahoy there mateys For those new to me crew, this be a category for those novels whose stories of acquisition be strange and unusual like the time someone commandeered me 12 pages There be a tale to tell on how I got me grubby mitts on this one .Ye see this short story is not available to just any scalawag with a hankerin It is given to only those few who belong to a secret society of book lovers And how does one join this society and get to add this treasure to their tally of booty Well sit back [...]


    Minna

    Absolutely terrific short story Yes it was unfortunately very short, but in perfect keeping with what I like to think of as the requirements for a good short story Complex characters a feat and a half in a short story, as there is little time to establish characters A good setting this particular short story benefits from the setting established in The Girl With Ghost Eyes, but its features are nonetheless developed further here A developed conflict, plot, and climax Check, check and check again [...]


    Adan

    A short story adventure into netherworld of Chinese mythology with Xian Li Lin.Several weeks after the events of The Girl With Ghost Eyes , Xian Li Lin is assigned to perform an exorcism at a nearby factory However, upon Li Lin s initial investigation she finds something very strange about the ghost responsible for terrifying the Chinese laborers I totally devoured this 20 page short story in a single reading Everything I loved about The Girl With Ghost Eyes managed to fit in a condensed format [...]


    Dave

    Like a quick hug from a dear old friend.


    Sierra Chandler

    This short story was an excellent taste of Li Lin s adventures while we wait for the second book Although painfully short I felt it was a satisfying glimpse into our heroine s life roughly one month after the conclusion of The Girl with Ghost Eyes Overall, the connecting metaphor of ride a mule to ride a horse was one we can all relate to, perhaps particularly in the historical setting of the USA during the immigration rush The story s conclusion, most poignantly, was bittersweet The sentiment o [...]


    Rob Trans

    Nice short story entry into the Xian Li lin series Well worth the read Doesn t provide as much background on the Chinese occult as Ghost Eyes, but sheds some light on how Chinese immigrants lived in late 19th century San Francisco.


    Anna Marie

    A short story and very well written You have to be careful what you brag about, it might give people ideas Li lin is sent to exorcise a cigar factory Quick paced and action packed, her quick think saves any workers from getting hurt.


    Angela

    Just as awesome as the book, if much shorter.


    Serena W. Sorrell

    A good little story to follow The Girl With Ghost Eyes A point off for mixing tenses, lack of clarity, and too much explanation which detracted from the flow of the story.



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