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The Flash Magazine Yearly Subscription

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$26.99
Struck by a bolt of lightening and doused with chemicals, police scientist Barry Allen was transformed into the Fastest Man Alive - The Flash! Ages 12+
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Struck by a bolt of lightening and doused with chemicals, police scientist Barry Allen was transformed into the Fastest Man Alive - The Flash! Ages 12+
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This is a fun collection of both short, short flash pieces and longer stories. The pieces run the gamut from those with a religious bent like Garden of Saints, to dark humor stories like Untimely Demise, to romantic dramas like Phone Number - all standouts in my opinion. A couple of my other favorites are the shorts like Living in the Now, a dark piece that is arresting and packs a (literal) punch, and Curtain Call that beautifully describes a plane crash and its sad outcome in just a few paragraphs. Way too many good tales to cover in a single review, but there is certainly something for every fiction lover in this collection, for sure.


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A bountiful collection of stories that will keep you hooked until the end. There\'s something in this for everyone. The flash fiction style is perfect for anyone reading on the go because each story is perfectly concise and will encapsulate you for a car ride, a train trip, etc. FFM has done an excellent job compiling these wonderful works in their publication. I look forward to reading the next.


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This is a fun collection of both short, short flash pieces and longer stories. The pieces run the gamut from those with a religious bent like Garden of Saints, to dark humor stories like Untimely Demise, to romantic dramas like Phone Number - all standouts in my opinion. A couple of my other favorites are the shorts like Living in the Now, a dark piece that is arresting and packs a (literal) punch, and Curtain Call that beautifully describes a plane crash and its sad outcome in just a few paragraphs. Way too many good tales to cover in a single review, but there is certainly something for every fiction lover in this collection, for sure.


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A bountiful collection of stories that will keep you hooked until the end. There\'s something in this for everyone. The flash fiction style is perfect for anyone reading on the go because each story is perfectly concise and will encapsulate you for a car ride, a train trip, etc. FFM has done an excellent job compiling these wonderful works in their publication. I look forward to reading the next.