A Car Crash of Sorts

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This story explores the constant rivalry between Intellect and Sexuality. Time, as a relative dimension, is jumbled as a technique to explore this fascinating rivalry in more realistic depth. More

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Words: 5,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983459910
About Frank Marcopolos

Frank’s writing has been praised by readers as “engrossing,” “gritty and entertaining,” “colorful and authentic,” “fast-paced,” “intriguing,” “fun and complex,” “very hard to put down,” “smart, stylish, and fun,” and “seductive.” His work has appeared in the following fine places: The Urban Bizarre anthology (Prime Books, 2004), In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself (MW Enterprises, 2004), Underbeat Journal (Fingerprint Press, 2003), the-hold.com, The Whirligig (of course), Anti-Matters, Odelay!, Scowlzine, The Oracle, and Broken Pencil.

Frank also hosts a (more or less) weekly podcast about literary matters called “Saturday Show Podcast.” Episodes of the podcast can be found on his website, frankmarcopolos.com, iTunes, and Stitcher.

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Review by: jennifer woerter on Oct. 24, 2012 :
This story kept my attention and I couldnt stop reading till the end... I only wish there was more!! Frank Marcopolos has a way of leaving you wanting more in all his work! Great job!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: jds10 on Sep. 14, 2011 :
This short story is packed with action, intrigue, and events that really make you stop and think. It is really refreshing to read about a military man and not have him be a chest-thumping neanderthal. Dante has a heart and a soul and a conscience. I found I was really pulling for him. If only I could find more authors who could draw me into the story like Frank Marcopolos can. I look forward to any future work, because I know I'm in for a wild emotional ride!
(review of free book)

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