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Marc Nash
Re "52FF""A veritable cocktail of real life incidents, metaphors and hidden meanings of an imaginative mind!" -AlternativeRead.com"Best of all, I've found many of the stories so thought provoking that I've read them several times - which makes this volume worth every penny" -Lisa Vooght"Some... show more
Re "52FF""A veritable cocktail of real life incidents, metaphors and hidden meanings of an imaginative mind!" -AlternativeRead.com"Best of all, I've found many of the stories so thought provoking that I've read them several times - which makes this volume worth every penny" -Lisa Vooght"Some aspects of a particular piece may not occur to you until after the second, third or even fourth reading. I love this concept and I think Marc Nash has understood it perfectly...I loved the obvious fascination with words and images. I loved the many layers hidden within the brevity. And I loved the darkness and the satire. This anthology is a gift that keeps on giving". -TheBookBag
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Henry Martin - Author of contemporary Literary Fiction
Read from August 28 to September 10, 2014 Marc Nash's 28 Far Cries is, as the title suggests, a collection of twenty-eight short stories. Lately, I've been really enjoying the flash fiction format, so when I saw that the stories contained within this volume were all flash fiction, I welcomed the ch...
Gregor Xane
Gregor Xane rated it 4 years ago
The flash pieces in this book are like ZIP files that need to be unpacked. No. That's close but not quite right. This book is like a display case filled with 28 finely crafted, exquisitely detailed miniature sculptures. You have to pick each one up in turn, examine it on its own while lying on a h...
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