A collection of thirteen short stories written by Jessica Francis Kane
She picks topics so mundane and normal then turns them into a whirlwind of events.
About ordinary, quiet people, with the same hopes and dreams as everyone else but in different situations, making mountains out of mole hills.
I totally enjoyed this book. Easy reading, nice style. Each story with its own message and lesson to tell. From superstitions, as in "Next in Line" to relationships, emotions, family and the inner life and death struggles that now and again everyone faces, in their own unique fashion.
You might relate and see yourself in these stories!
I'll give it four stars out of five.
About the Author:
Jessica Francis Kane also wrote The Report, her first novel. A finalist for both the Center for Fiction's Flaherty-Dunman First Novel Award and the Indie Booksellers Choice Award. A regular contributor to the Morning News and lives in New York City.
Like most of the books I read, this one came from the Surrey Public Library. On the shelf Books We Liked
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