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Opus 22: A Rhapsody of Short Fiction - Stories by Twenty-two New Authors

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Ever considered driving a piano? No? How about moving one? Or learning to play? The authors of these twenty-two captivating stories explore these thoughts and more, making us laugh, cry, love, and cringe in equal measure.

Characters from the past, present, and future pull us through their lives, loves, crimes, and passions.

Join children in their games, adults with their b
Kindle Edition, 214 pages
Published December 16th 2017 by Melius Scripto Press International, Ltd
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Claire O'Connor
Jan 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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“A short story is like a kiss in the dark from a stranger.” Stephen King
Opus22 is an original anthology from the newly formed Melius Scripto Press, a small publisher born out of an International community of both experienced and emerging authors and editors. It’s an eclectic collection of stories, across genres and styles, with a common theme. The collection comprises of 22 stories. Each one is about or mentions the theme Piano.
From reminisiscence and regret to genuine horror this collection ha
Esther Sintim
Dec 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
hen you give a group of writers a single prompt you never know where they will take it. This book is 22 ways to view the prompt 'Piano'. Within this pages you will find a story that tugs at your soul, is the balm to your pain, a reflection of yourself and the revelation of things unknown. This is a beautiful collection of stories that are good, great and amazing. Several brought a lump to my throat as I read, others simply opened my eyes to the concept of what a piano could be and brought a smil ...more
Apr 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Brilliant 22 stories with a piano theme, i enjoyed every one, some macabre, some romantic, some silly, some funny. A Must read from Amazon!
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L.M. JACKSON lives in London with his partner Joanne. His first book, London Dust, was shortlisted for the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger Award. He is fascinated by the social history of Victorian London and spends much of his time on the ongoing development of his website.