"When humans are near, a hamster's peace is scattered like Maple seeds. The flurry of activity catches us in a sudden gust of spinning, spinning, until it dies and all is still, as if stillness was the only mood of the world." In such passages, Wapole displays a poetic sensibility. There's strong, elegant writing here. - Kirkus ReviewsThe Feast of the Moon
appropriately addresses the needs and wants of its audience. Its emphasis on diligence, resourcefulness and conflict resolution speaks to core human values which transcend time and space and age. - Glen Philips, Publisher of Front Porch Review
About the Author
Brian began telling himself stories when he was five years old and is pleased to be sharing the experience with a wider audience. He is a former high school English teacher, storyteller, musician, dock-loader, construction laborer and salesman. He is currently a free-lance writer, private tutor and fiction expert for the Schaumburg Township District Public Library. Born and raised in Chicago, IL and a graduate of North Park University, Brian is writing a sequel to Feast of the Moon as well as a novel about the ghost of a seventeen-year old boy striving to get the most out of death.