E. W. Farnsworth' exciting new collection of ten stories offers unusual variety and perspectives, from detective and spy romances to business and religious romances and visionary dream pieces.
Some tales in this volume involve characters from other Farnsworth works offering new vantages; among them, "Engaging Rachel"'s Anderson and Rachel are central in "Extreme Adventure Resort."
Stories like "Tiburon" and "Stranded" are both taken from a rich mix of true life and myth. The satirical "Second Ignition of the Sun" postulates a future need to keep our sun active through human intervention.
"Undertow," only 666 words long, marks the emotional nadir with the ineffable sadness of loss, while, in contrast, "Her Mitzvahs" is almost transcendent in its perspective on good works as a bridge to the afterlife.
Thoughtful readers wanting something in the line of traditional, wholesome, heterosexual romance will probably enjoy "Mistress of the Wedding Feast," "Rescue," or "Candy Silver's Summer Fling," but all Farnsworth's longer stories are uplifting, perfect for odd gaps in a busy schedule, on the beach or as bedtime reading.
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