Kirkus Reviews: "There's plenty here that Updike and Cheever fans will like, even if they've never given postmodernism a second glance. A...frequently effective collection of stories about people seeking to understand themselves and their predicaments."
BlueInk Review: "Marcopolos has solid fictional instincts and a gift for language....His talents certainly offer satisfactions here."
SP Review: "These are rich, quick-paced stories where not a lot happens, but still manage to be page-turning because of Marcopolos's clean, spirited prose. Complex, even profound, stories leave the reader with more questions than answers, which is part of the book's appeal. Every reader will get something different from this collection. Marcopolos is an eloquent and provocative writer. These are strong stories that work very well." - 4 stars
About the Author
Frank Marcopolos is a former U.S. paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division and NCAA baseball player. His written work has appeared in Broken Pencil magazine, The Urban Bizarre (anthology), The Whirligig, The Oracle, Scowlzine, and many other places. His first novel was the critically-acclaimed ALMOST HOME: The New Paltz Novel.
Frank lives in central Texas with his English bulldog, Kenneth.