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eBook Westchester Station ePub

by Patrick Welch

  • ISBN: 1554040043
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Patrick Welch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing (November 15, 2002)
  • Pages: 140
  • ePub book: 1912 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1856 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr lit txt
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 359

Description

Westchester Station an extract from the novel by Patrick Welch. An intertimensional train depot lying somewhere between Chicago and eternity.

Westchester Station an extract from the novel by Patrick Welch. This self-contained segment from Westchester Station has appeared previously in Millennium and Dark Matters.

Westchester Station book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Westchester Station  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Patrick Welch (Goodreads Author). Return to Westhester Station, an intertimensional train station where you'll meet every manner of person from the Goddess Venus (for a make-over) to the keeper of the station. If you've read Westchester Station, you must read Westchester Station: The Assault! Get A Copy.

Patrick Welch's publishers: Twilight Times Books and Double Dragon E-Books. Interviews are posted at ww. ffworld

An intertimensional train depot lying somewhere between Chicago and eternity. I, Robert Winstead, was brought here by someone I did not know for some purpose I had yet to discover. fiction - The Attendant, an extract from the novel Westchester Station; Statue of Limitations, a short story featured in Brendell: Apprentice Thief; Brendell: Rogue Thief, an extract; Cynnador, an extract; and Usurper, an extract. Patrick Welch's publishers: Twilight Times Books and Double Dragon E-Books. ffworld. Google Patrick Welch.

Westchester Station - the assault. This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Published in Canada by Double Dragon eBooks, a division of Double Dragon Publishing of Markham Ontario, Canada. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Westchester Station: the Pursuit is the third volume in the Westchester saga and occurs ten years after the last adventure

Westchester Station: the Pursuit is the third volume in the Westchester saga and occurs ten years after the last adventure. Many of the same characters are here, but some interesting new ones are introduced as well, including a teen-age girl who is possibly a refugee from an alternate reality, a beggar who really is as blind as a bat, and Amelia Earhart (perhaps). And, this being Westchester Station, many of the officer's adventures are as unusual as the residents of the station

Westchester County Executive George Latimer Officially Welcomes The NY Streets To Westchester County. Book & magazine distributor.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer Officially Welcomes The NY Streets To Westchester County. Johnson & Johnson.

Westchester may refer to: Westchester, Connecticut. Westchester, Florida. Westchester, Illinois. Westchester, Indiana. Westchester, Los Angeles, California. Westchester County, New York. Westchester Station, Nova Scotia. Westchester Magazine. The Westchester, a shopping mall in White Plains, New York. West Chester (disambiguation). West Chester station (disambiguation). Westchester Stakes (disambiguation).

Westchester Station. An intertimensional train depot lying somewhere between Chicago and eternity. I, Robert Winstead, was brought here by someone I did not know for some purpose I had yet to discover. But I also knew that only by fulfilling that purpose would I be allowed to leave...assuming I survived the journey. Somewhere among the hallways and denizens of this haunted environment I would find the answer. I had to. Westchester Station is part magical realism, part allegory, a story of a man whose convictions about himself and his universe are challenged in ways that are always peculiar, unexpected and yet oddly appropriate... --- Elizabeth K. Burton Patrick Welch continues to surprise me with his works. His first, THE 13th MAGICIAN was swords and sorcery; his second, THE BODY SHOP, was horror; and, this one is a quest/fantasy/mystery that throws you a curve when you think you have it figured out! --- Barry Hunter

Comments

Gietadia Gietadia
"Westchester Station" is a short and interesting story. Robert Winstead, finding himself trapped at O'Hare station due to weather, takes a cab to Westchester Station, hoping to find a way to Schnectady. Instead he finds himself in a station that exists intertimentionally. In his time there he meets figures from life and from mythology including aliens, a minotaur, an artist, a huckster and many more.

The novel progresses in vignettes, each scene dealing with the hero's interactions with a particular person or place in the station. In each scene, more about the station is revealed. Problems are solved, obstacles are overcome. It reads quickly and has some humorous bits as well as more serious and thought-provoking ones.

The only problem with this book as such is that the whole story seems in the end to lack much of a point. The character growth that should usually be the center of a book like this isn't really in the foreground, and doesn't even really seem to take place. So in the end you look back on a series of interesting things that don't seem to add up to much. Which is fine, but in comparison to works like "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman (to which it is somewhat similar in concept, if not in atmosphere), it seems to be lacking something. Not that it isn't interesting and entertaining, just that the plot seems to meander and then stop.
Inerrace Inerrace
Here's a terrific story about the decisions a man must make that applies to life as well as the assorted group of people he meets from different places and different times. This is a well-written, intelligent book. Don't let this one pass you by.