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The Olive and the Dawn by Ian Orti

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Author
Ian Orti
Publisher
Snare Books
Date of release
Pages
91
ISBN
9780981248806
Binding
Paperback
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The Olive and the Dawn is a collection of short stories exploring with tenderness and hilarity the grey zones of life: the psychological non-space people find themselves once the reference points that shaped their existence suddenly become stripped away. This book contains a cast of characters who exploit glitches in the human design, who confront an equally fallible God, asserting, contrary to popular belief, that unwavering self-destruction is the very essence of humanity. Orti reveals a world where even good choices come with bad consequences, childhood sports heroes make more sense than Jesus, and God is no less of a bully than the month of November.


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