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Self Published Books
Pieces Like Pottery
Book Author : Dan Buri
Book Publisher : DJB Publishing
Synopsis By : Administrator
Synopsis Date : 2015-10-29
Synopsis Time : 10:57:56
Tags : Stories of Loss and Redemption

5 Stars. Pieces like Pottery is... molded like clay into some incredible pieces of stories which force the reader to ponder on their meanings and relate it to their lives. The book is something to be cherished and re-lived." - Devi Nair, The Verdict's Out

"5 Stars. The stories feel... like seeing real life in print. [They] get you so involved that you can't stop until you finish reading. And yes, they will entice you to come back to them again, and again, and again...I wish I could give this collection 10 stars instead of 5." -Raj Prithviraj, One Stop Destination

The first collection of short fiction from Dan Buri, Pieces Like Pottery is an exploration of heartbreak and redemption that announces the arrival of a new American author. In this distinct selection of stories marked by struggle and compassion, Pieces Like Pottery is a powerful examination of the sorrows of life, the strength of character, the steadfast of courage, and the resiliency of love requisite to find redemption.

Filled with graceful insight into the human condition, each linked story presents a tale of loss and love. In Expect Dragons, James Hinri learns that his old high school teacher is dying. Wanting to tell Mr. Smith one last time how much his teaching impacted him, James drives across the country revisiting past encounters with his father's rejection and the pain of his youth. Disillusioned and losing hope, little did James know that Mr. Smith had one final lesson for him.

In The Gravesite, Lisa and Mike's marriage hangs in the balance after the disappearance of their only son while backpacking in Thailand. Mike thinks the authorities are right—that Chris fell to his death in a hiking accident—but Lisa has her doubts. Her son was too strong to die this young, and no one can explain to her why new posts continue to appear on her son's blog.
Twenty-Two looks in on the lives of a dock worker suffering from the guilt of a life not lived and a bartender making the best of each day, even though he can see clearly how his life should have been different. The two find their worlds collide when a past tragedy shockingly connects them.

A collection of nine stories, each exquisitely written and charged with merciful insight into the trials of life, Pieces Like Pottery reminds us of the sorrows we all encounter in life and the kindness we receive, oftentimes from the unlikeliest of places.

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