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The White Room and Other Stories

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Expand the mind. Search the soul. An eclectic mix of eighteen short stories about science, love, choice, passion, and the human condition, including: "The Choice" - There's the law, and then there's The Law. "Blown" - Not everything that is invented should be used. "Eve Breaks" - Men, women, and feelings hurt beyond repair. "The Hearing" - A prisoner is finally granted par ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published March 28th 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jaffa Kintigh
This is a collection of eighteen vignettes and modern day parables. Few rise to the level of being a true short story in that characters are left undeveloped, backgrounds are unexplored and plots remain overly contrived rather than organic.

Most of the themes revolve around philosophical issues: ethics, the nature of reality and God, and free-will vs determinism. However, repeatedly, they assume their own conclusions without truly offering multiple points of view. Many of the vignettes devolve i
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