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Intersections by Sheila Scobba Banning


by Sheila Scobba Banning

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An eclectic collection of short stories exploring love and loss in modern times, this book merges literary fiction and science fiction in one volume. What is the emotional tipping point, in a relationship or in a life, and are those moments altered by the technology we embrace? In Part I, men and women fall in love, fall apart, and struggle to find human connection through life’s passages. In Part II, characters confront the future possibilities of the actions we take now. Experience an iPod that reveals an affair, a malevolent GPS, e-mail from beyond the grave, an army raised from frozen embryos, addictive love, unrequited love, lost love, and endless love as people and technology cross paths in the stories of Intersections/Fast Forward.

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