Book Review: Four Kinds of Wreckage

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Four Kinds of Wreckage (Savage Short Loves: Volume I) (Four Kinds of Wreckage (Savage Short Loves)) (Kindle Edition), Joel Seath

Fellow writer/blogger Joel Seath published a book of short-short story morsels back in February. I finally got the time in my current reading break.

Here’s my big Zon review

What a wonderful collection of short-short, bite-sized story morsels. This is a fabulous book to take on a train, plane, or ferry ride. The stories are short enough that you’ll never leave off mid-story. The author’s voice is compassionate, passionate, and deep at times. I enjoyed reading a few, then letting my head rest back while I lingered in my mind thinking about the moments in the stories. The author did a good job easing me into his voice. I found the last two-thirds of the book packed with emotion.

I encourage you to pick this up.

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