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Short Stories Reviews

The catalogue we have for short stories is great. We have in stock many books; from children’s short stories as folklores short stories which are used as guide books in schools. The books have compiled many story books into one book thus if one story is boring to you the next will not be. The interesting part of this section is that there many short stories books from all over the world. In some cases we have them in multiple languages and translations. The members are also encouraged to write their own stories and post them for reviewing. Depending on the reviews the writers can move on to publishing and selling them in large scale. The short stories are very interesting thus all people can find something to read here. All the books are accessible in the market and are sold very cheaply. So try our selection and you will never be disappointed.
Displaying 1-8 of 8 result(s). The Unpredictable Monarch – The Most Dominant Force Forever! Part 8
Posted by Aaqarsh Aiyyar. Published on Oct 06, 2009
The purpose of this novelette is to produce a generation without terrorism and separation, a generation with a broader mind, a generation where peace and love are dominant, a generation where values are the priority, a generation in which each one care for everyone. I would be glad if the seeds for broader thinking sown here would reap in to the minds of readers.
"everyday Use" By Alice Walker – A Review
Posted by Jonathan Musere. Published on Aug 20, 2009
Daughters Maggie and Dee are born to Mama Johnson a hardworking single mother in the rural Deep South of the United States. Dee the beautiful one branches out to school and embraces glamorous westernization and modernization, and transforms to despising her rural traditional background. Maggie was scarred by a fire, she is scrawny and skinny, she stays home with her mother and hangs on to tradition. The short story is about the clash between urban and rural tradition, the ramifications.
Stand Alone Series For Teens
Posted by Terri Smalls. Published on Mar 09, 2009
Stand Alone is a story about an honor roll senior. Jill Owens is proud of her accomplishments thus far. She is even prouder to be on her way to graduating high school as a virgin. She looks forward to finishing high school and going away to college. Her Christian parents have always taught her the importance of abstinence. Her best friend Stephanie feels that she should be everything, but proud of being on her way to graduating high school as a virgin. Darnell (Dee) Thomas, the NBA's number one high school draft pick of the year, asks Jill on a date. Reluctantly, Jill finally agrees to go on a date with him.
A Burning Decision
Posted by Sarah Throne. Published on Jan 15, 2009
What really makes a short story a good one? What must it have for a reader to want to keep reading? Most readers want to read about a character that they feel they can relate to.
The Writing Life Of James Joyce
Posted by Russell Shortt. Published on Nov 22, 2008
Joyce's first major work, Dubliners, a collection of fifteen short stories, was published in 1914. They concentrate on the idea of an epiphany, a moment when the main protagonist gains self-awareness or understanding. The stories follow a logical order from childhood to adolescence to maturity and finally death, the last story being entitled The Dead.
Black Milk
Posted by Emma Alam. Published on Nov 16, 2008
Manto is known for writing unspeakable truths, hidden and dark tales of mankind augmented with pessimism, reality and bleak side of life, depicting sociopolitical and historical events along with the shades of gender and racial discrimination, injustice, violence, and all that one could feel. He gives the voice to all such emotions and pent up feelings that everyone wants to express but is unaware of the channel to express, this is the reason his words coincide with thoughts of all folks irrespective of their social strata, language and culture.
The Destiny Of Natalie X By William Boyd
Posted by Philip Spires. Published on Nov 12, 2008
An aspect of William Boyd's writing that always seems close to the surface of his work is an examination of selfishness. At the very least, his characters fulfil their self-interest. One recalls how the events of The New Confessions or Any Human Heart unfold, how in both cases the central character's aspirations are forever paramount, often to the detriment of those he proclaims to love.
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Posted by Sunil Kumar 443. Published on Oct 06, 2008
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