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This Thing We Call Love: Stories

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86 pages1 hour

Summary

Szabo’s fiction centers around characters searching for love, redemption and purpose and our universal need to find meaning and structure in a world often filled with chaos. Trained as a journalist he writes in a concise, precise, style honed over many years with a command of language reminiscent of some of his writing idols; John Cheever, Raymond Carver and Richard Ford. Szabo adds a dose of dry wit to make for an entertaining collection of short fiction that explore our universal quest for love, acceptance and understating. Through it all, sometimes in the most unexpected of circumstances, human connections are made revealing that those experiences and emotions we often feel are most isolating are in reality universal if only we take the risk of sharing our vulnerability.

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