Triskaidekan: 13 Stories for 2013

Triskaidekan Stories for Triskaidekan presents thirteen stories about the number These captivating short stories will entertain readers of all types The eclectic collection of fiction includes suspense drama romance lit

  • Title: Triskaidekan: 13 Stories for 2013
  • Author: Brad Pauquette Brenda Layman Aaron Wyckoff Laura Moe Todd Metcalf James S. McCready Jenny L. Maxey Kelsey Lynne
  • ISBN: 9780983520580
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Triskaidekan presents thirteen stories about the number 13.These captivating short stories will entertain readers of all types The eclectic collection of fiction includes suspense, drama, romance, literary fiction, adventure, science fiction, and, of course, a little bit of horror.Every story included in Triskaidekan was written by an Ohio author You ll recognize the namTriskaidekan presents thirteen stories about the number 13.These captivating short stories will entertain readers of all types The eclectic collection of fiction includes suspense, drama, romance, literary fiction, adventure, science fiction, and, of course, a little bit of horror.Every story included in Triskaidekan was written by an Ohio author You ll recognize the names of some, and others are making their fiction debut.From thirteen cats, to the thirteen turns of the hangman s noose, to the unnatural value of the number 13 itself, these creative, witty, intriguing stories take the number 13 in every conceivable direction.Triskaidekan features stories by Aaron Behr, Deborah Cheever Cottle, Rachel Crow, Drew Farnsworth, Debra Fitch, Jules Knowlton, Krissie Lynch, Kelsey Lynne, Jenny L Maxey, James S McCready, Todd Metcalf, Laura Moe and Aaron Wyckoff.

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    1. One of the best short story anthologies recently hitting the market has to be Triskaidekan: 13 Stories for 2013. Written exclusively by Ohio authors, the thirteen stories selected by the Columbus Creative Cooperative for Triskaidekan range from science fiction and suspense to adventure, drama, and romance, all referencing the number 13.Talent and writing skills are apparent in each piece. “Patterns,” the first story hooked me so much I couldn’t wait to read to the end of the story and star [...]

    2. These stories have a diverse range and I found myself reading the next purely because I wanted to see how they used the number. It’s surprisingly addictive. A few stories are too ambiguous in their story telling (which to be fair is stereotypical for short stories). Because it is an anthology, each reads completely different. My friends and I have spent much time discussion these stories. It is definitely worth the purchase.

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