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Signs and Wonders (Vintage Contemporaries Original)

by Alix Ohlin

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I don't usually enjoy short stories but loved these. ( )
  annadanz | Jul 5, 2015 |
If a novel is like a movie, then these short stories were like photographs, interesting snap shots that absorb your gaze because of the depth of the characters. As the story progressed I saw different things and by the end was glad I had visited each photo, each story. I was surprised at how much empathy I felt for so many of the characters, how quickly I became absorbed in their story. I have never read a collection of short stories all by one author before, but I would certainly try it again. I am interested in seeing what else author Alix Ohlin has written. To me the common thread concerned connections between people, ones that are made and ones that are missed. ( )
  Poppy21 | Jul 24, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307743799, Paperback)

These sixteen stories by the much-celebrated Alix Ohlin illuminate the connections between all of us—connections we choose to break, those broken for us, and those we find and make in spite of ourselves.

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"These sixteen stories by the much-celebrated Alix Ohlin illuminate the connections between all of us--connections we choose to break, those broken for us, and those we find and make in spite of ourselves."--P. [4] of cover.

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