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Pieces from The Mosaic Paperback – March 2, 2017
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Chris Keaton is an Air Force veteran living with his family in sunny Arizona. He began his writing journey as a screenwriter, but to reach a wider audience he's made the transition to prose by co-writing a modern fantasy novel, The Mosaic. Look for more of his work on his website, Chris-Keaton.com.
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It adds a depth of scope to a journey that has enhanced, marred, changed and connected the lives of so many individuals and families over the centuries … and not always with a happy ending.
Sometimes amusing, often sad, constantly thought-provoking, but at all times entertaining, the ancillary stories of “Pieces From The Mosaic” are not only a valued supplement to the bigger picture, but they add a defining polish, allowing us to get a clearer, deeper understanding of a different world hiding all around us in plain sight.
I thoroughly enjoyed it, and look forward to what the tiles will bring us next.
A selection of short stories all set in the world first encountered in the YA urban fantasy book Mosaic. The stories are all well written, but most benefit from the background of having read the novel first. They range from quite sweet, short, insights like 'The Forgotten Garden' to something more horrific as in 'Mirror, Mirror'.
If you enjoyed the original book, these short stories will add some depth and breadth to that.