Shuttle Down: R.C. Bartlett

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2.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Nov 20th, 2015 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Shuttle Down is a completely unique study of contrasts. It is both simple and complex, fast and slow, as loud as a rocket and as quiet as a whisper. It has both external, life-threatening struggles along with those that are intimate and private, powerful and confusing. All are standing in the way of the primary characters, Pru and Celia, keeping them from sane and satisfied lives. There are hints of adventure but at the heart is the romance between those two amazing and accomplished young women, itself struggling to be discovered.
Shuttle Down is another short novel (under 68,000 words) designed by the author to please the reader’s heart with the pleasant task of getting to know and spending time with its thoughtful characters as they get to know each other. If you read to enjoy, let this little book add a little pleasure to your life.

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