On Call

On Call Sometimes Emergency Assistance Arrives Too LateWill is stuck in bumper to bumper rush hour traffic on a Los Angeles Freeway With no place to go and at a complete stand still he is about to find ou

  • Title: On Call
  • Author: Brooklyn Hudson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • On Call

    Sometimes Emergency Assistance Arrives Too LateWill is stuck in bumper to bumper, rush hour traffic, on a Los Angeles Freeway With no place to go, and at a complete stand still, he is about to find out an unimaginable truth via a modern safety device On Call is a short film screenplay It has been altered to contain a bit detail than a proper script to make readiSometimes Emergency Assistance Arrives Too LateWill is stuck in bumper to bumper, rush hour traffic, on a Los Angeles Freeway With no place to go, and at a complete stand still, he is about to find out an unimaginable truth via a modern safety device On Call is a short film screenplay It has been altered to contain a bit detail than a proper script to make reading enjoyable for those who are not familiar with or comfortable reading screenplay format.

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    1. M.L. Roos

      ON CALL is a new screenplay from the very talented Brooklyn Hudson. The story starts out with Will, caught in a traffic jam, on his way home. It is his first day back at work after two weeks at home after the death of his daughter.Immediately the tale grabbed my attention with the back story and the eloquent way Ms. Hudson has of conveying imagery. I was drawn into the car with Will and I struggled with him as this story moved along. The tension mounted at an exponential pace, and at one point, [...]

    2. Cathy

      This screenplay reminded why Brooklyn Hudson was one of my favourite writers from last year with just one book!This short little screenplay was creepy, shocking and very sad all at the same time. I can't wait for another full length novel from Mrs Hudson.

    3. Alyssa

      This short read will keep you on the edge of your seat! It's captivating imagery and psychological thriller edge kept me wanting more after I finished reading. I fully enjoyed this short story by Brooklyn Hudson and would definitely recommend it to anyone that wants a quick, but quality good read!

    4. Cindy

      Although this is a very short screen play, it was packed with lots of chills! It had me from the beginning and I would have loved for it to be longer. But the author managed to do in a short story what some can't do in a full novel! I thoroughly enjoyed this.

    5. Edison

      Engaging w/ a twist you won't see coming—I started reading this and thought: cliche. Well, I was wrong. This is a nice piece of very brief fiction.Entertaining. Highly recommended and worth the coin.

    6. David Caldwell

      A man gets caught in a traffic jam on his way home on the first day that he returned to work after the death of his daughter. As he sits crawling along the road, he has an experience that changes his already tumultuous life.This is actually a screenplay for a short film. It has been adapted to make it conform to a more familiar form of reading.While this is a short story, there is a couple of nice twists that will take you by surprise. It is a story that will stay with me for quite a while.

    7. Norma Wise

      Short and oh so sweet!A hair raising story that will have you wanting to never use any Bluetooth device EVER again. Me. Hudson seem to have a direct link to my heebie jeebie chromosome. She's an awesome writer and I can't wait to read what she comes up with next.

    8. Michael Edward

      I really enjoyed this story and the only negative was that it was short but I knew that when I got it. I loved the format. Thought it made for a fun quick intense creepy read. I will be reading more of her work.

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