Some Kinds of Love: Stories

Some Kinds of Love Stories Sometimes the opposite of love is not hate but depravity In these twelve stories set in the Missouri Ozarks New Orleans and Mississippi Steve Yates reveals lovers clawing back from precipices of d

  • Title: Some Kinds of Love: Stories
  • Author: SteveYates
  • ISBN: 9781625340276
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sometimes the opposite of love is not hate, but depravity In these twelve stories set in the Missouri Ozarks, New Orleans, and Mississippi, Steve Yates reveals lovers clawing back from precipices of destructiveness, obsessiveness, cruelty, vanity, or greed They seek escape and yet find new barriers, realizing true love may not be at all what they imagined Pioneers, limeSometimes the opposite of love is not hate, but depravity In these twelve stories set in the Missouri Ozarks, New Orleans, and Mississippi, Steve Yates reveals lovers clawing back from precipices of destructiveness, obsessiveness, cruelty, vanity, or greed They seek escape and yet find new barriers, realizing true love may not be at all what they imagined Pioneers, limestone quarry owners, young German American Civil War survivors, bankers, sex toy catalog designers, highway engineers, Pakistani terrorists, attorneys, missile guidance masterminds, and furniture factory workers who can see the future populate these pieces From the Ozarks of the 1830s, when locals perceive doomsday in a historic starfall, to the near future at an all night slow pitch softball tournament when Armageddon looms yet again, these stories chart the dark side of love, the ties that bind families, and the sweet complications of human desire.

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    1. Fiction authors must have split personalities, an ability to develop a full-scale life outside their own. The success of their novels often depends on the skill of taking readers to another place or dimension.If that is indeed the case, then author Steve Yates has many, many personalities. “Some Kinds of Love,” a collection that emphasizes the emotion’s power, is proof that Yates has an extraordinary, if not somewhat twisted, imagination and perspective. This is not Yates’ first trip int [...]

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