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  • 05/2021
  • 979-8513092001 B096HVGSQS
  • 362 pages
  • $12.99
Dubhghlas Kraus
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979-8513092001
Darkness: A Collection of Stories provides a literary collection of investigations into the darkness of mind, heart, and environment. It uses this focus to cast a light into understanding the wellsprings and incarnations of different forms of darkness. Each story provides history, depth, and psychological inspection. Each offers a different glimpse into that special darkness that resides in heart and soul, its origins, and the choices of different characters that choose to finally confront it. Readers of literary short fiction will find these stories well written, thought-provoking examinations of different roads to isolation and how final outcomes are chosen. Darkness: A Collection of Stories is highly recommended for literature and psychology collections alike. Diane Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review There is the novella, Lost Woman The story of a couple planning a last camping trip before their favorite mountain campground permanently closes, and some very undesirable characters who aid in the escape of a convict who hole up in an abandoned farmhouse. Eleven-Fifteen, the short story of a boy adopted by a wealthy family, but is never made to feel a part of the family. Old Dog Old Man, a novelette, is the story of a man growing old and infirm, with no family left but his old dog. Brothers, a short story, is the tale of a young biker who takes a country road, an older biker now alone in the world, and the memories they share. Long Story Short. A novelette. Imagine awakening wet and freezing on the bank of a river, having no memory of how you got there - or even who you are. Darkness. A Novella that speaks of darkness that exists on many levels. Loss of love and hope, of heartless beings who abuse animals, of the dark web, vengeance, and redemption. No, Darkness: A Collection of Stories isn't about zombies, werewolves or vampires. It's about the darkness that is all-too-often real. The darkness that we see, hear about - or experience - in the world we call reality. I found the writing superb. I suspect folks who check out his book are going to be mightily pleased they did. - Clayton Lindemuth, author of the Baer Creighton series
Formats
Paperback Details
  • 05/2021
  • 979-8513092001 B096HVGSQS
  • 362 pages
  • $12.99

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