Short Story Review: The Rumblin’ by Jeff Bennington

Phil Knite is so ready for a vacation, but he and his family get more of mother nature than they can handle. The rumblin, as described by the camp ranger, is something to be feared. When a wicked wind blows in from the north, Phil and his family are forced to shack up with the rest of the campers and discover that the ranger is more than crazy and the rumblin’ is deadly!

This short story sucked me right in. Face paced and compelling it is an excellent short read. I love the concept of the Rumblin’ and the characters are wonderfully unique and well written. The violence of the Rumblin’ is well done, dramatic and well described but not in an over gory way. As a good story should, it leaves you wanting more! I’m looking forward to reading more from this talented author.

http://www.amazon.com/Rumblin-Short-Story-ebook/dp/B00422LGI2

Jeff is the author of Killing the Giants, The Rumblin’ and other thrillers yet unpublished.

Don’t forget to stop by Jeff’s website and blog!

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About jlwylie

Stay at home mom of 2 boys, avid reader and writer. Published by Untold Press

2 thoughts on “Short Story Review: The Rumblin’ by Jeff Bennington

  1. Rose says:

    Hey, great post. Great blog. It is fresh and to the point. I just read literally dozens of blogs, because I can’t sleep, and yours is by far the best quality. You know it is rare to find decent content on these things… Most of them are cheap and spammy.

  2. ketch1714 says:

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