Jacob's Cross

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Alicia goes fishing in the dark of night to wrestle with her grief and to try to understand the nature of loss and sacrifice.
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Words: 2,220
Language: English
About LK Hunsaker

~ Literary Romance With An Artsy Twist ~

LK Hunsaker is the author of a string of novels centered around the arts and societal issues. Raised in Central Illinois in the midst of an artistic family and surrounded by cornfields, she married a career soldier and spent the next 20 years moving around the U.S. and abroad. During that time, she raised two children, worked a few odd jobs, finished her psychology degree, and embarked on a writing career. She and her husband are now settled in Western Pennsylvania surrounded by trees and lakes, but they still get restless feet and the urge to travel.

LK has been called one of the "great storytellers" with "brilliant writing" by reviewers and peers, and has won several peer awards and commendations. Her short stories, poems, reviews, and articles have been published in literary ezines and print magazines.

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Review by: S. A. Williams on Feb. 27, 2013 :
An excellent perspective on grief and loss that explores these themes in a refreshing way. "Jacob's Cross" is a short, but well constructed and complete story.
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Review by: Marcia Carrington on April 25, 2012 :
An intimate short story of loss and grieving for a loved one, written with sensitivity and grace.
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Review by: Michael Hammond on June 30, 2009 : (no rating)
Introspective story on how we deal with death. I really enjoyed reading this story. It left me with some questions in the end, but I'm guessing that was the point. Excellent writing.
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