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The Tallest Watchtower

The Tallest Watchtower

By Omid Baghizadeh
Published by WestBow Press

Average Blogger Rating: 2.11 Stars

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On 7/11 Rochelle Fernandez wrote: The Tallest Watchtower This was a very short book (it showed as six pages in my e-reader). It consists of a very short story, and a short story. I should start by saying that short fiction is a very difficult medium to work in, and it can be very hit or miss. Some people will resonate with a story, ... The Tallest Watch Tower

Rochelle's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/6 Edward Brekelbaum wrote: This was a very short book (it showed as six pages in my e-reader).  It consists of a very short story, and a short story.I should start by saying that short fiction is a very difficult medium to work in, and it can be very hit or miss. Some people will resonate with a story, while others will not ... The Tallest Watchtower

Edward's Rating:

1 Stars

On 12/31 Amy Hart wrote: The Tallest Watchtower was not at all what I expected and not in a positive way. Instead of getting a few good stories about heroism and hope surrounding  September 11, I read two very short and disappointing stories. One was completely unrelated to 9/11 and although somewhat inspiring, still very ... The Tallest Watchtower

Amy's Rating:

1 Stars

On 9/26 Meag wrote: I got this "book" with the understanding that it was only a twelve page document with two stories contained in its pages. I thought that if it got through publishing that the stories inside would be well written and thought provoking. However I was disappointed, the grammar was poor and the sentence ... The Tallest Watchtower

Meag's Rating:

1 Stars

On 4/10 Frank Olvera (aka The Christian Noob) wrote: “The Tallest Watchtower” (ISBN 9781449737221) by Omid Baghizadeh is a beautiful book. Well the term book might not be correct. It’s rather a handful of pages with two stories. The first one is Lucy, which is a story of parental love for their little girl. I must confess that I was teary-eyed reading ... “The Tallest Watchtower” by Omid Baghizadeh

Frank Olvera (aka The Christian Noob)'s Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/29 Light-at-heart wrote: Very interesting how 'The Tallest Watchtower' by Omid Baghizadeh has made it through the publishing process. There are twelve pages, two stories and both of those stories are very short. The first story is about a couple who wanted to adopt a child. The story isn't overly engaging and the grammar ... The Tallest Watchtower by Omid Baghizadeh

Light-at-heart's Rating:

1 Stars

On 3/15 ConcertKatie wrote: I have to say, the description of this book was a bit deceiving. It mentions "these very impressive short stories", which led me to believe there would be a handful of stories included in the book. Imagine my surprise when I downloaded the book and found that the book was in total, 12 pages, with only ... Book Review: The Tallest Watchtower

ConcertKatie's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/14 arayasunshine20 wrote: I found that this is a good (but very short) book to read, it only took me about 10 minutes to finish it, it is a great read. I adored the first story, and the second one was enlightening.I have to say though i liked the stories, i think that maybe there could've been a few more stories in this book ... The Tallest Watchtower

arayasunshine20's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/13 Amanda L Davis wrote: When I opened The Tallest Watchtower on my ereader, I expected stories about those who were in the Twin Towers during 9/11, as the book appeared to be about that event. I didn't expect it to being with a story about parents adopting a child from an orphanage, but then I considered that perhaps the author ... The Tallest Watchtower by Omid Baghizadeh

Amanda L Davis' Rating:

2 Stars