These four-dozen stories explore the impact of life on the sick, the poor, the healthy, and the rich. Whether it’s a classical narrative or a classical story retold, there’s a new perspective to ponder. From one story to the next you can travel from underground tunnels to the clouds in the sky, from New York’s Metropolitan Opera to Vienna’s famous Ringstrasse, or from a protest march to an Africa bound freighter.
"Ken Kapp creates well-wrought and memorable characters in his new collection of short stories. His stories draw us in with surprising plot twists and turns. In polished, lovingly-written prose, his stories remain with us long after we have turned the last pages." – Richard Merli, Managing Director, October Hill Magazine.
Ken Kapp published two short stories on Enjoyable Books. Both received a positive, overwhelming response from our audience. Ken is a gifted, and talented writer. This short story collection is a MUST BUY for anyone who enjoys a good story. – Mayur Gudka, CEO, Enjoyable Books. The Story 'Final Report' that appeared on The Antonym' had an intelligent approach in narrating a fiction by connecting Franz Kafka's short story "A Report to an Academy." Has a nice flow and makes the reader wonder what happens next. The other story 'Kindred Spirits' had a well written narrative too. – Biswadip Chakraborty, Managing Editor, antonymmag.com.
“Ken Kapp looks at today with a sharp eye. His stories have been a welcome addition to Evening Street Review.” – Barbara Bergmann, Managing Editor, Evening Street Press & Review.
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