Kinderkin - A Short Story

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Kinderkin is what you get when you mash up concepts from Walt Whitman and The Adjustment Bureau, sprinkled with some Plato's Symposium into an original story. Enjoy! If you have ever felt like a lost soul, read Kinderkin! More

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About Christopher Malatesta

Christopher lives in the metro Boston area working as a Help Desk Tech. He has always maintained a healthy imagination. By staying in touch with his creative side, he has enjoyed photography as a hobby and just recently has taken to page in the form of poetry and short story. A few of his favorite past times are hiking, floating down a river in his canoe and daydreaming.

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Review by: melissa burge on March 22, 2013 : (no rating)
I adore how a short story can "bring you in".. full of great adjectives and thorough descriptives that leave you feeling that you want to be clocked as well as not. Having an open mind is what this world is all about and we all have that feeling that there is that one out there.. a kinderkin is a great fresh look of a way to look at it and feel for it. This genre of book style is something I have recently started to look into and Kinderkin is a very new age way of thinking, something that I have not yet seen, and will look forward to more of! Fresh outlooks for the young minded and as well as the old. I find that a good author is one that can write and touch many different ages as this author has.
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