- And Yet They Were Happy: Stories
The "far-flung family" episodes consist of an anecdote about ancestors building a covered wagon and heading west, and one about the king's daughter who has married "the clever yet dirty craftsman."
- In Wartime: Stories from Ukraine
Judah offers a compassionate human view of these conflicts, mixing personal stories, history, politics, and reportage to document “what Ukraine is really like and what its people have to say.”
- Bad Haircut: Stories of the Seventies
Amid the current glut of '70s nostalgia, Perrotta has fashioned a moving cycle of stories that looks past the era's celebrated kitsch to still relevant social and cultural issues and the timeless mysteries of growing up.
- Help!: A Story of Friendship
Although the story holds no surprises, the banter feels fresh.
- THE NEW TESTAMENT STORY
Nevertheless, the depth and big-picture perspective of Witherington's work will succeed in bringing serious Bible students a fresh appreciation for the New Testament story.
- Rock Springs: Stories
The stories in this collection read like textbook exercises in classic short story form: in each, a lifetime of sadness is suddenly crystallized around a momentan image, a discovery, a confrontationafter which a life has been irrevocably, if at first imperceptibly, changed.
- SHELF LIFE: Stories by the Book
Covering almost every genre of fiction, including mystery, SF, fantasy and realism, these well-crafted stories by familiar authors offer sharply drawn characterizations and intriguing premises.
- Popcorn: Hollywood Stories
In an author's note, Hollywood insider Cameron designates her stories as "`friction'--the abrasion of reality against dream," and claims, "None of them is true, but all are accurate."
- Shamara and Other Stories
Vasilenko's collection of urgent and politically suggestive short stories and two novellas covers the spiritually and geographically vast terrain of contemporary Russia.
- Cover Reveal: New Fairy Tale-Forward Series from Melissa de la Cruz
It’s always hard to let go of a cover you’ve fallen for, but we couldn’t be happier with this final version, so bold and iconic—a truly ‘fairytale’ ending to our cover journey.”
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- The Way People Run: Stories
Indeed, the closing story, "Things Left Undone," covers as much terrain--a marriage, a child's birth, that child's death, the breaking and the mending of the marriage--as many far less moving novels.
- HEAT OF FUSION: And Other Stories
These 23 stories and poems reaffirm Ford's position as one of SF's most versatile craftsmen.
- Light Action in the Caribbean: Stories
The book's lovely cover, depicting green- and orange-tinted wings cascading along a pale yellow-green background, will draw browsers' attention.
- The Story of Chess Records
Perhaps not every great institution leaves a great story to be told.