Oneiric: Stories

Oneiric Stories Oneiric is a compilation of short fiction in which Aaron Powell explores a range of emotions demonstrating to willing readers the complexities of the human condition

  • Title: Oneiric: Stories
  • Author: Aaron B. Powell
  • ISBN: 9781493609659
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oneiric is a compilation of short fiction in which Aaron Powell explores a range of emotions, demonstrating to willing readers the complexities of the human condition.

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    1. I was very much in doubt about how to rate this book. This is a compilation of short-stories, a few with cliff-hangings, a few with abysses and some with a rope-bridge for you to cross. These are not short-stories about romance, thriller, philosophy Oneiric is something different. And if you like reading new authors with a different and intelligent look at the world, I recommend.First, I am not very partial to compilation of short-stories, but I've liked the author's previous works. Aaron Powell [...]

    2. This book has a lot of short stories in it, so I'll just give some highlights on some of those that I liked the most.124 mphSurprise ending!China Toy StoryThis story scared me. Subtle and short and you hope like hell it's not really possible.UnrequitedToo real. Everyone probably knows someone in a situation like this - and hates it. I know I do. !!!Under the Big Oak TreeAnother story that hit too close to home for me. Since something like this happened to me in real life, I could see the ending [...]

    3. I've enjoyed several of Aaron Powell's books, and I was excited to read this selection of short stories. Each story had something special that was heartwarming, terrifying, humorous, or inspiring. I think my favorite story in the book was "Everything is Not OK." It was an intense look at the way things are in this sometimes messed up world, and how we're not always honest with ourselves.My second favorite story was entitled "Pfuck Chili." I knew that I'd like it before I even started reading. It [...]

    4. Aaron Powell has a way with words. In this compilation of short stories, he brings us so many different stories, with different plots and POVs, that it highlights even more his talent for those who had already read his books.This compilation has many stories and my favorites are the ones that I would call psychological fantasies - and, I bet some would make Freud dig his way out of his grave to study again human psyche.These stories with the ends that we would probably never achieve in real life [...]

    5. This book has the best cliff hangers of any book I have ever read. If you read this story you will have to read Aaron's other stories and not to worry they are not stories that take days and days to read so I have probably said this once and will say it again if you haven't read ANY of Aaron's books then you are missing out

    6. I received a free copy of this book via First reads. Nevertheless my review is honest. This book is probably a 2 and half stars for me, but I didn't want to short change it a half star so I rounded up. This is a collection of short stories, and as that goes, I expect them to bewellort. That being said though I feel as though all of the characters were extremely underdeveloped, even in short story standards, and that the stories themselves also needed work. The author had some really good ideas [...]

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