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Night's Talk

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A teenage boy with almost no memory of his mother tries to come to terms with his feelings for his stepsister. Confronted by complex feelings he doesn't understand he seeks his stepsister’s help to understand who his mother was. A coming of age short story tale told in 5,500 words.
ebook, 15 pages
Published November 2nd 2013
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Kehinde Sonola
Dec 11, 2013 Kehinde Sonola rated it really liked it
Night's Talk builds upon the promise of the author's first book, The Common Man, by teasing the reader with a glimpse into the complex musings of a young girl who is exploring and attempting to ground herself within her family dynamic.

Themes of love, death, nature and spirituality are interwoven into a delightful tale which ends far too quickly and leaves you wanting to read more.
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Kevin Speck grew up in New Zealand and was educated at Canterbury and Otago universities. He began writing as a hobby while living in Nepal where he was doing research for a degree. He has also lived in Japan for ten years.

The Common Man, a story about a New Zealand Pastor who battles his inner doubts as he tries to understand his congregation, was released in September 2013 and is available from
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