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Have You Seen Me? by Nikolas P. Robinson
Have You Seen Me? by Nikolas P. Robinson
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Have You Seen Me? by Nikolas P. Robinson

Nikolas Robinson

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When his teenage daughter disappears, a former cop learns he will do anything to find her. In his search he will plummet to lows he'd never dreamt possible, braving trials that test the limits of his imagination and his intestinal fortitude.
How far would you go to save the life of your only child?
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CP
12/10/2021
Christina P.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Sewers are the worst.

You will see me say, “This writer cannot write a bad story” especially in this short. HYSM has more heart than his previous work. A shamed ex-cop must look for his daughter in all the wrong places while maintaining his sanity and wits. This has a lot of want to barf moments as well. There is one scene… Jesus in a side cart. When you read it, you will understand. You can’t go wrong with a Robinson short so go pick this one up. 5/5 Sewer Fatties

NW
12/08/2021
Nat W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Dont Read And Eat

Well, Nik did it again following a story about Officer Standoff and his search for his daughter, Jenny. I was like, oh, this could get interesting then, of course, we meet Cleo, who reminds me of the fat vampire from the movie Blade. Nikolas spares no expense with the gross making me crawl out of my skin. The part where he has to fight in a pit of filth to get information on his daughter's whereabouts. Eeeeeee all gross, but the reveal of Cleo’s identity and her relationship to Standoff makes the subsequent demand she makes all the worse. On the plus side, this one had a happy ending, but the gross and disturbing nature of getting there means you need a bloody strong stomach. A well written, fast-paced story that makes me want to read more of Nik’s future projects on an empty stomach.

NW
12/08/2021
Natalie W.
I recommend this product

Dont eat and read this

Well, Nik did it again following a story about Officer Standoff and his search for his daughter, Jenny. I was like, oh, this could get interesting then, of course, we meet Cleo, who reminds me of the fat vampire from the movie Blade. Nikolas spares no expense with the gross making me crawl out of my skin. The part where he has to fight in a pit of filth to get information on his daughter's whereabouts. Eeeeeee all gross, but the reveal of Cleo’s identity and her relationship to Standoff makes the subsequent demand she makes all the worse. On the plus side, this one had a happy ending, but the gross and disturbing nature of getting there means you need a bloody strong stomach. A well written, fast-paced story that makes me want to read more of Nik’s future projects on an empty stomach.

CM
11/30/2021
Corrina M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product

Awesome!!

Another great read from Nikolas! This one was brutal, heartfelt, absolutely gross and bloody brilliant!! Loved it!

DD
11/24/2021
Dakota D.
United States United States

Fecal Soup Wrestling

Former Officer Standish’s daughter Jenny has gone missing and he’ll do anything to find her before it’s too late. After exhausting all other sources, Standish must come face to face with Cleo, a thousand pound woman who knows everything that happens in the city’s criminal underground. Have You Seen Me is a quick read that turns gross fast, where mouthfuls of rotten carcasses and fecal soup grace these pages as Standish races against time to save his daughter. The story is more heartwarming than you might imagine it would be. The story has no fluff, which is always appreciated, as it sped the main narrative along quite nicely. I really enjoyed the background information the author included at the end of the story. I love seeing what real like events and people inspire stories, especially ones that are a bit on the gross side.