OUT NOW – The Return of the Magmatron – Part 2 –

So here it is, the eagerly anticipated second part of the Return of the Magmatron. It was inspired by Suki K’s three words (freedom, trust, faith). So thank you, Suki, for contributing to my writing challenge.

The story has turned into a bit of an epic, which really means it’ll take a bit longer than five minutes to chew through it. I hope you enjoy it, if you can manage to read to the end! In case you missed it, you can read part one here..

Return of the Magmatron – Part Two

A stone, thrown by an arrogant teenager, was all it took for hell to break loose. It pinged off a Rockman, although it barely registered in its calcite mind, it took umbrage at the flagrant disregard for the safety of the little rock; which could, one day, become a Rockman. The Rockman bounded over the last ten meters to the castle wall. Before he even got halfway, in a domino effect, the other Rockmen followed him. Together they began pounding the walls with bouldering great fists.

The soldiers above started…Click on to read on

2 thoughts on “OUT NOW – The Return of the Magmatron – Part 2 –

  1. Angie, Today I want to compliment you on fabulous phrasing. …a man whose seen too many yesterdays… (vague, yet very clearly descriptive of “aged”) She cleared the slime from his mouth and face like he was a new born lamb. (Depicts gentle with this simile) The candle seemed to keep its light to itself… (personifications / metaphorical phrasing are effective visualizations for the reader) The gate shifted, squealing in protest as it rose. (Again, this personification is vivid) …kettle of anger had reached it’s boiling point… (An allegorical statement with a touch of personification inspires the reader’s imagination)

    I’m not even a fan of Sci-Fi, yet find your writing entertaining.

    Ed Did you know there are more airplanes in the ocean than subs in the sky?

    Sent from my iPad


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    1. Hey, Ed. Thanks very much for a lot of things but mostly for your lovely compliment and encouragement. I’m grateful that you have taken the time to read it despite not being partial to the genre. Thanks so much for your analysis, it is really helping me gain a deeper understanding of my writing and the impact on readers.

      Angie – I did not know that.


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