Pieces Like Pottery

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Pieces Like Pottery is a powerful examination of the sorrows of life, the strength of character, the steadfast of courage, and the resiliency of love requisite to find redemption. Charged with merciful insight into the trials of life, reminding us of the sorrows we all encounter and the kindness we receive, oftentimes from the unlikeliest of place More
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  • Category: Fiction » Inspirational
  • Words: 62,710
  • Language: American English
  • ISBN: 9781310152849
About Dan Buri

Dan Buri's first collection of short fiction, Pieces Like Pottery, is an exploration of heartbreak and redemption that announces the arrival of a new American author. His writing is uniquely heartfelt and explores the depths of the human struggle and the human search for meaning in life.

Mr. Buri's non-fiction works have been distributed online and in print, including publications in Pundit Press, Tree, Summit Avenue Review, and TC Huddle. The defunct and very well regarded Buris On The Couch, was a He-Says/She-Says blog musing on the ups and downs of marriage with his wife.

Mr. Buri is an active attorney in the Pacific Northwest and has been recognized by Intellectual Asset Magazine as one of the World's Top 300 Intellectual Property Strategists every year since 2010. He lives in Oregon with his wife and two-year-old daughter.

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Reviews of Pieces Like Pottery by Dan Buri

Rita Lee Chapman reviewed on Nov. 21, 2015

Pottery breaks into pieces if it is smashed. Likewise, people can also break if life deals them a hard blow. In his book, Pieces Like Pottery, Dan Buri explores many facets of life and its dealings, writing with understanding and insight into the pain and suffering so many have to endure.

I loved Expect Dragons, it was excellent both in the story and the writing. I also appreciated The Gravesite, Twenty-Two and Father. Not every story appealed to me but overall I would award this book four stars.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)

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