Seven 'til Sunrise: A Short Story Collection

Seven 'til Sunrise: A Short Story Collection By Jay Smith, Seven short tales about how we treat life in the face of death or when we are blissfully ignorant of our own mortality We ll meet Dominick Row who believes he s won a sort of lottery and a trip away from a sick and dying world Then Mr Norman Stoker will scan the newspaper for evidence to support his view that the world is a miserable place all while scenes of vibrant liSeven short tales about how we treat life in the face of death or when we are blissfully ignorant of our own mortality We ll meet Dominick Row who believes he s won a sort of lottery and a trip away from a sick and dying world Then Mr Norman Stoker will scan the newspaper for evidence to support his view that the world is a miserable place all while scenes of vibrant life pay out around him A survivor of a zombie uprising will explain how great it is to live without the shackles of modern society A widower uses Facebook to reconnect with old friends, revealing dark secrets in the process We ll learn about a stuffed lion that has its own bedroom in a man s lonely apartment and why it is so important to a housewife of over half a century that every autumn morning plays out the same way Finally, Jay explains why lobsters are mean, evil creatures that must be stopped at all costs Jay Smith collects stories written during a time of emotional pain and uncertainty exploring what it means to be alive but unaware of one s final destiny.. Seven til Sunrise A Short Story Collection Seven short tales about how we treat life in the face of death or when we are blissfully ignorant of our own mortality We ll meet Dominick Row who believes he s won a sort of lottery and a trip away f

  • Title: Seven 'til Sunrise: A Short Story Collection
  • Author: Jay Smith
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. I picked this up not really knowing what to expect Yes, there was the idea that this was written from a dark place, but I wasn t certain what that meant.I thought the first story was interesting, but the one that caught my attention was the story of the widower reconnecting by way of Facebook I will say this really struck me as a true horror story of our time By no fault of the author the story dulled a little for me because I d seen something similar before There s a scene in a movie called Pla [...]

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