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The Squirrel

Narrated by: Matthew E Berry
Length: 28 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Fred enjoys squirrel hunting. It's a test of his marksmanship and patience, but when a strange man who claims to be a time traveler suddenly appears in the woods, he finds out that his little pastime could change the world in unexpected ways.

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this book was given to me at my request for review

interesting little tidbit about how things can change if you let a nut grow or not.

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The Squirrel

I enjoyed this short story a lot since I have often wondered what consequences my actions might be having on the future. What if you knew that something you did could change the world? Would you still do the same thing or make a different choice?

Short but truly thought-provoking story, well narrated and entertaining. I am sure that I will listen to this one again just to make sure that I didn't miss anything!

I was given the opportunity to listen to this Audible version by the narrator and chose to review it.

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Interesting concept

I liked that the story was short. It starts out with a man hunting squirrels and then I felt like it just jumped into the time travellers part. I had to listen twice to make sure I did not miss something. It could have been longer to make more sense.