Award-winning author Philip O. Jung presents characters in a sometimes mortal struggle against the memories of profound loss and the relentlessness of unresolved grief. In a style that is both carefully hewn and adventurous, in often memorable imagery and phrasings, and in boldly expressive syntax and punctuation, these innovative tales are gripping in their details of action and place yet are psychologically riveting, often surreal, at times humorous, and always sympathetic to the plights of the characters.
From Kirkus Reviews Jung . . . circles themes of loss, regret and bereavement . . . in the writer’s idiosyncratic prose, which includes rich imagery delivered . . . in run-on sentences and interior monologues that read like poetry. Read the Full Kirkus review here