Tales From A Tiny Thai Table

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
The night before the morning after. Can this small Thai restaurant be the setting to a monumental moment in four peoples lives?

Each person has their own story and an entire life ahead of them. But is something about to happen that will change their lives forever? These four young twenty-something’s aren’t aware, but their futures hang in the balance. More
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Words: 8,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301302369
About Matthew Turner

Hi there,

My name is Matthew Turner and I'm a writer.

I write Contemporary Fiction (mainly coming of age stories) and Non-Fiction (Entrepreneur & Marketing related).

I'm a proud Englishman, slightly addicted to coffee, and spend my days writing and reading. In other words, life is good.

My debut novel, Beyond Parallel, is set for a January 2013 release. I'm excited.

Thank you and top day

Matthew

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Review by: Ava Smith on Feb. 23, 2013 :
It is very rare for me to love a short story but this one ticked all the boxes!

The problem I have with short stories is when it attempts to cover so much ground over a small number of pages. Tales from a Tiny Thai Table is a prequel to the novel Beyond Parallel. This novella is just over 40 pages. It is a snap shot from the night before the main book. It may only cover a few hours in the lives of Clark, Sam, Alex and Bella but it contained so much detail and background of these characters that those 40 or so pages were rich with content.

It sets the scene for the morning after. These four travellers contemplate their journeys thus far and where they want to be in life. Do they continue travelling and search for that something "more"? Or face facts and return home? I found it to be insightful and entertaining.

If you plan to read Beyond Parallel then I recommend this prequel. It was short, sweet and well written.
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Review by: Emma Rawnsley on Oct. 09, 2012 :
I just want to read more!! Can't believe it ended there but I can see why it did as it made me want to buy the book now (if it was out already!). So far, a very interesting read, good detail to set the scene and introduce the characters and a good intro to what could potentially be a great story. I hope there's some twists and turns and I can't wait to buy the book! Good luck with it, Emma.
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Review by: Emma Rawnsley on Oct. 09, 2012 :
I just want to read more!! Can't believe it ended there but I can see why it did as it made me want to buy the book now (if it was out already!). So far, a very interesting read, good detail to set the scene and introduce the characters and a good intro to what could potentially be a great story. I hope there's some twists and turns and I can't wait to buy the book! Few spelling/grammer errors but sure this will be picked up before you publish it. Good luck with it, Emma.
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Review by: Laura Dennis on Oct. 09, 2012 :
If you've ever wondered "what if" when it comes to that chance encounter, that lingering glance, that friendship that always for whatever reason remained, "just friends," ... this is the story for you. We meet two sets of friends, fellow travelers, about to embark on an adventure. But how will it turn out?

Tales From a Tiny Thai Table is an intriguing prequel to Matthew Turner's upcoming debut novel, Beyond Parallel. This short story can be read in one sitting, but it will keep you hoping for more.

Turner has done a great job introducing his characters and that "What if" premise. Can't wait for the book to come out!
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