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Michael Forester's award winning short stories and flash fiction range from fantasy to young love and old fear, Gay & Lesbian to spirituality & religion, metaphor to morals to literary...

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Original Title
The Goblin Child
ISBN13
9780995524804
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
236 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Michael Forester's award winning short stories and flash fiction range from fantasy to young love and old fear, Gay & Lesbian to spirituality & religion, metaphor to morals to literary fiction. Always these powerful, highly original tales are gripping and readable, stories that surprise, illuminate engage and enrich. A man who remembers his birth in terrifying de Michael Forester's award winning short stories and flash fiction range from fantasy to young love and old fear, Gay & Lesbian to spirituality & religion, metaphor to morals to literary fiction.

Always these powerful, highly original tales are gripping and readable, stories that surprise, illuminate engage and enrich. A man who remembers his birth in terrifying detail A woman who is certain she has given birth to a goblin child A child who takes his god to school for show and tell A youth who prefers his revenge served cold A teenage girl who, due to her love of nature, falls under the spell of a sexual predator A priest confronted by a man who believe he is Santa Clause A worker in a care home who is never permitted to leave A man who sees the purpose of his life only after he dies A dying poet who searches desperately for the interracial love of his youth In this apparently unconnected and eclectic group of tales, Michael Forester explores the circularity of our lives. The collection culminates unexpectedly in the story of a dying poet who finds, then loses, interracial love in a racist age, and discovers with TS Eliot that he ‘arrives where he began, to know the place for the first time.' In so doing Forester reveals to us the circularity of our lives and that the events in them, so independent, so seemingly random, are truly interdependent, connected, planned.


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