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Twisted Sanity: Stories Beyond Reality Paperback – June 18, 2013
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About the Author
Christopher Winterberg is a new author. He has not been published in any reviews, quarterlies, journals, periodicals, or elsewhere. He has never won a young writers award, middle-aged writers award, or an old writers award. Never having been labeled as one of the most famous writers of any generation, era, or century, he has received zero literary awards. He does, however, look forward to those in the future, if warranted. He also has no previous experience as a critic, editor, or publisher. Christopher has not appeared at any book events, festivals, conferences, or even book signings. He looks forward to those in the future, as well. He is, however, a member of a writing group, which he attends sporadically. He is not internationally or nationally known. This is his first book.
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Ambiguity is a major theme that allows the reader to contemplate what may (or may not) have happened. Winterberg does a good job with giving the reader that option. I re-read a few stories as Winterberg uses a unique subtleness in his style - pay attention, don't miss it.
The book is not without a few editing errors, but these days, not too many aren't. They do not distract from plot, story, or writing style in any way.
I would recommend this book to reader's who short stories.
It truly has that Twilight Zone and Hitchcockian feel to the story lines.