Thursday, June 27, 2013

Review: Amidst Traffic by Michel Sauret

Amidst TrafficAmidst Traffic by Michel Sauret
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What did you like about it?

Everything. I know that is not an answer, but the writing was wonderful. The stories were perfect reading before bed each night. The meaning is loud and clear to this reader.

Were the characters and their problems believable?

Yes, each character and the problems faced seemed real.

Name your favorite thing overall about the book.

The author allowing people imagine their own higher power in place of the person watching over us.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.

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Book Description:

“Amidst Traffic” is a collection of high-caliber, interconnected short stories with a literary flair:
A short-order cook digs a hole in his back yard to escape nightmares of mutilated children; A woman covers her body in tattoos to hold on to emotions that continue to slip away; A soldier who returns home from Iraq struggles with the idea of gratitude, which, if resolved, may save his marriage; A man begins a game of watching strangers to see what it feels like to play God.
All of these stories, and others, are linked somehow. With each tale, more lines and connections begin to form. What initially feels like chaos, gradually begins to take order. A purpose exists that is unveiled by the end.
Every story is crafted with a sense of compassion for the human spirit, while seeking answers about the conflicts we live through in everyday life. The characters in these stories will make you care about their struggles and hope for their redemption.
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Genre – Short Stories / Literary Fiction
Rating – PG13
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