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Tollbooth Operator

   (1 review)
Genres: General Fiction
Sub-genres: Drama

Frankie loves his job. He's good at it too. But events conspire to set him adrift.

 

Grid & Dice prompt: A neurotic tollbooth operator hides in an inner city one-star no-tell motel because: "Fuck, they saw me!"

This story is part of the Grid & Dice Game started by Cia.

Copyright © 2017 Timothy M.; All Rights Reserved.

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Caz Pedroso

   1 of 2 members found this review helpful 1 / 2 members

Another intriguing read from Tim. His use of the prompt he received is imaginative and well thought out.

I felt so sorry for Frankie, he was just doing his job and he ended up entangled in someone else's mess. The police and DA try to reassure him but it is hard for him to understand what is happening.

Tim leaves it up to the reader to decide on what happens at the end, so why not give it a gander and if you have time leave a comment for him. 

As always a highly recommended read

Response from the author:

Thank you for a great review, Caz. I did despair a little over the prompt, but once I got the initial idea of Frankie in the booth, the story took off. But I really need to get him out of that motel. :lol:

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