Stephen Dent Story: Chapter 6

It didn’t appear that Darryl Speller was still working on his story about Stephen Dent but it turns out he moved from publishing to booksie to publishing on his own website. The story can be found from the beginning HERE and it’s currently published up to chapter 6.

The author has moved beyond the present tense (dream like world) into flashbacks leading up to wherever he is now. The story has now shifted to a flashback style story where each chapter seems to move back and forth from each event. This gives you an interesting perspective of what could of happened and almost creates two story timelines that will eventually collide into each other.

I’m excited to find out what happens next and hopefully some other readers will follow suit and check this guy out.

The Stephen Dent Story Continues

It looks like the author of the short story “Stephen Dent” has published the second chapter in his story. I have to admit, I really like where the author is taking Stephen Dent.

Stephen Dent continues to walk, trying to find where he should go next. Eventually either because of discouragement or fatigue, Stephen Dent decides to sit down and take a break. During this time he experiences a dream where Stephen Dent is presented with something frightning. I recommend anyone who would like to read about a character named Stephen Dent (haha me! Just kidding) to check out Darryl Spellers short story.

A book about me – Stephen Dent?

I was on booksie the other day navigating through miscellaneous short stories and novel chapters and ended up coming across an Author writing a book about me! Ok, well I guess he’s not writing a book about me but he is writing about a character who just so happens to have the name Stephen Dent. Interesting right?

To top it off the story has a good start. The author has only uploaded a few pieces of his writing so far and the content is under developed. None the less though I would be interested in following this story and see where the plot goes.

I will give status updates on this site too for anyone else who might be interested in Reading about Stephen Dent

The Best of “The Children’s Best”

  1. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
  2. Middle School: Get me Out of Here! By James Patterson
  3. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children By Ransom Riggs
  4. The Invaders: Book 2 by John A. Flanagan
  5. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
  6. Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor
  7. The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
  8. A Hero for Wondla by Tony DiTerlizzi
  9. Chomp by Carl Hiaasen
  10. Wonder by R.J. Palacio

The Best of “The Nonfiction Best”

  1. The Passage of Power by Robert A. Caro
  2. Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake by Anna Quindlen
  3. Screwed! By Dick Morris
  4. Most Talkative by Andy Cohen
  5. Prague Winter by Madeleine Korbel Albright
  6. Killing Lincoln by Martin Dugard
  7. Drift by Rachel Maddow
  8. My Cross to Bear by Gregg Allman
  9. Service: A Navy Seal at War by Marcus Luttrell
  10. Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer

The Best of “The Best”

  1. 11th Hour By James Patterson
  2. Deablocked by Charlaine Harris
  3. Bring up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel
  4. The Road to Grace by Richard Paul Evans
  5. In One Person by John Irving
  6. The Innocent by David Baldacci
  7. Calico Joe by John Grisham
  8. The Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King
  9. Home by Toni Morrison
  10. The Witness by Nora Roberts

About Dent

I (Stephen Dent) am a lover of books and a literary critic. This list is a compilation of the New York Times Best Seller lists, both for recent best sellers and all time best sellers. I don’t always agree with the designation made by the New York Times, so I will occasionally disagree with a placement or question the quality of the book overall. I strongly encourage your feedback and discussion about the books, their order, or my commentary!

This blog will be updated often to reflect the changes as new books come out on Tuesdays.