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FIVE UNUSUAL STORIES
by Esteban Pina   

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Literary Fiction

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Pages: 

119

Copyright:  December 1. 2010
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Five unique short stories representing real life experiences seasoned with reality and abstract accounts manipulated to form interest for readers.



Five stories with individual personalities:

l. Game Show

2. From PR to NY

3. Went hunting one day & shot a chicken

4. City of hope

5. The M&M couple

All include true experiences


Excerpt

GAME SHOW, first story, involves a man searching for a stolen idea.

FROM PR TO NY, includes the plight of Latino immigrants circa 1950's.

WENT HUNTING ONE DAY, is a humor packed story of a news correspondent trying to hunt deer.

CITY OF HOPE, is all about a little known area of South Florida.

Excerpts on each of the above available in my AD den.

THE M&M COUPLE, is the weird tale of a not so normal feline.




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Reader Reviews for "FIVE UNUSUAL STORIES"

Reviewed by Carlos Martinez 1/26/2011
I liked all five stories. The first two are my favorites. "Game Show", would make a very good movie or play. I liked the vivid character development and the plot twist at the end. I could not help feeling a bit emotional after reading your second story, "From PR to New York". It should be required reading for anyone studying the experience of migrants in the post WW2 era. Do not change a word of "From PR to New York"; your writing hit a high mark with this one. When you write about true events your style comes alive for me. Wonder if other readers would get the same impression.
Keep writing. I mean it, you have a wonderful talent.


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