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on Jan. 10, 2012 :
Rebecca’s second book, her collection of short stories (four of them previously published elsewhere), entitled A Knowing Look and Other Stories, is a treat to read. Rebecca presents us with a varied collection, from the poignant first story A Knowing Look - a beautiful, but heart wrenching story set in Africa (it made me shed a few tears) - to a little sci-fi in A Step Too Far, painting a scary future for the mothers among us, then touching on love and loss, separation and a new beginning in As Fast as You Can. Not giving too much away, further stories touch on a little lightly spiced revenge(that’ll teach them!), a birds’ eye view of the Human, and his artificial dwellings encroaching on ‘their’ natural habitat, as well as stories touching on the human condition in all its hues, including my favourite On the Corner of Clerk Street. That one sent goose-bumps up my spine as it came to a very clever, unexpected conclusion. It’s clever work, this!
An excellent collection of short stories and flash fiction, varied in content and eloquently written – and leaving the reader wanting more.
(reviewed the day of purchase)