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Enjoyed the book because I am quite familiar with the locale, having been in the Intel biz there myself once upon a time.. Familiarity is sort of comfortable. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Donald R. Shipman
Entertaining and full to the brim with caustic humor and an interesting viewpoint on the tragically mundane.Published 29 days ago by Audrey
I am normally not a short story reader, but I really liked these stories by Wells Tower.
A friend recommended the book because she knew I watched and enjoyed the History... Read more
Beautifully written stories. Not much of a story line, but more like snapshots -- if you met someone in passing and went on imagining what their lives might be like. Read morePublished 9 months ago by H.K.
The stories contained in this book are well crafted. Each story drew me in until the last sentence. Some of these short stories leave you wanting more; leave you wondering why the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Susan Copple
Let me start by saying, fairly, that I am not a general fan of short stories. It often feel like they're a "tease," you get introduced to a story and/or characters and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by K. Dieng
Nine short stories of relationships, status, and control are characterized by sharp writing and a good eye for metaphor. Read morePublished 11 months ago by JP Mac
I would recommend this to anyone I know. There is a story for everyone. Beautifully written and very eye opening.Published 11 months ago by kaz