Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories by K.

  • ASIN : B08NV1BT2K
  • Publisher : FriesenPress; 1st edition (November 18, 2020)
  • Publication date : November 18, 2020
  • Language : English
  • File size : 742 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 183 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN : 1525566504
  • Lending : Enabled

Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories by K.

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“Fantastical, meditative, and witty… An outstanding collection.” — The Prairies Book Review
“Undoubtedly eclectic, each selection takes on a life of its own with electrifying energy and the ability to incorporate themes that will keep ruminating in readers’ minds long after the story is finished.” — RECOMMENDED by The US Review of Books
“I ventured into every piece and without fail discovered K’s phenomenally joyous understanding of the heights and horrors of human existence.Writing does not come any better than this.” — 5 Stars, Jon Michael Miller, Readers’ Favorite Is love the most revolutionary of all acts?
In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady allegory, haunting fables to sci-fi thrillers, starring teens and drifting husbands, futuristic automatons and talking dogs, gardeners and gatekeepers, a blind girl, a young father, and many more.

In “Calamity Jane,” see love through the eyes of teenage boys obsessed with the calamitous girl of the title; revisit the famous Greek love story in “Orpheus and Eurydice”; Dan’s mechanical automaton seems to be his truest friend in the harshly conformist world of “Automatonomatopoeia”; a Crimean revolutionary gets waylaid at a mysterious gate in “The Invitation”; on a construction site in Yugoslavia, a young man tries to come to grips with unconventional fatherhood in “Vikings”; and in “The Conversation”, a blind woman manages her relationship with a hectoring mother while finding other types of love.

These are just a few of the tales in Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories. Anyone interested in the struggle against stifling societal powers and the potency of love will see some of themselves in these pages. By turns exciting, meditative, and funny, these enjoyable, thought-provoking stories will linger long after the book is closed.

Let the revolution begin!