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Further Persons Imperfect

3.29  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Sixteen skilled authors. Sixteen vivid stories. Sixteen fascinating first-person characters. Sixteen singular opportunities to lose yourself deep within the life of another. Praise for the prior volume in this series, First Person Imperfect:

"Endearing, unforgettable, skillful, engaging.... These tales ring true."

Evanston RoundTable

"Makes the ordinary extraordinary. Odd, li
Paperback, 168 pages
Published August 8th 2007 by iUniverse
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Jun 06, 2010 Christine rated it it was ok
First...I don't really like compilation books of short stories. I've never really had any luck with them at all. I started out open minded, but the editor's opening was relatively brutal for me. He's soap-boxy to me, and goes on and on about from what point of view the stories are written. I mean, truly he's a proud papa sitting on all his chicks. So I skip most of the opening and move on to the stories. I read the first two and each time after I finished I felt like the book had stolen a piece ...more
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And I am only half way through this which makes me a slacker!
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