What Happened When Frank Died: The Gamble

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We are currently compiling, editing and reworking the Frank stories into a novella. Once this process is finished we will be looking for readers to get an idea if people like the final product. If you’d like to be one of the first readers of the What Happened When Frank Died Novella, please send us a message in the CONTACT section of this site.

Thank you for reading,

Ben & Nikita

8 Comments

    1. I’m glad you liked it. I hadn’t thought of it that way. I was kind of inspired by the casino floors in Vegas. I wondered what it might be like to be trapped there forever and when you’re there it does kind of feel like forever.

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  1. ohhh, poor Frank, he does not seem to be lucky either. Charly distorted by his burning sin always retains his humor. The question is how he was imprisoned in life. In his fear? Charly is David, isn´t he?
    The twists with the win or loss are great…. Fank is in a hurry, so he goes to the max bet? Does he really … uuuaahhhh…otherwise, he had already suffered so much, maybe he will no compromises anymore…or he is just a gambler? The story has again very successful word games and a very great construction. It’s always fun to read your stories, Flash!

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    1. Haha yes. Charlie is David. Usually I would delete this comment and just write you privately but we are coming to the end of the Frank stories and I think more and more people are figuring it out. You’re very close. So, if Charlie is David, why would he have been locked up for a long time? It is somewhat up to the reader but I have an idea in my head as to why. Let me know what you think happened

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