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The red man turns to green: an assortment of short stories

Short Stories


by
Dickson Telfer

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 594 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

When the red man turns to green,walk yourself into a world where killing a spider triggers vivid flashbacks; where unrequited love is never forgotten; where a shopping trip to Asda is a form of counselling; where filming for YouTube leads to more than mere voyeurism; where the sheep are very often blue; and where tea is the answer. In this enigmatic debut collection, Dickson Telfer plunges his characters into profound and occasionally unsettling situations and watches them stew, fumble, thrive and flourish. Quirky, funny and alternative, his observations on everyday life make this collection eminently enjoyable. A debut short story collection by Scottish author Dickson Telfer. His stories reflect an observational nature and a liking for the weird stuff hidden below the surface of us all. Dealing with day to day happenings in a sometimes quirky, sometimes shocking way.

When the red man turns to green,walk yourself into a world where killing a spider triggers vivid flashbacks; where unrequited love is never forgotten; where a shopping trip to Asda is a form of counselling; where filming for YouTube leads to more than mere voyeurism; where the sheep are very often blue; and where tea is the answer. In this enigmatic debut collection, Dickson Telfer plunges his characters into profound and occasionally unsettling situations and watches… (more)

When the red man turns to green,walk yourself into a world where killing a spider triggers vivid flashbacks; where unrequited love is never forgotten; where a shopping trip to Asda is a form of counselling; where filming for YouTube leads to more than mere voyeurism; where the sheep are very often blue; and where tea is the answer. In this enigmatic debut collection, Dickson Telfer plunges his characters into profound and occasionally unsettling situations and watches them stew, fumble, thrive and flourish. Quirky, funny and alternative, his observations on everyday life make this collection eminently enjoyable. A debut short story collection by Scottish author Dickson Telfer. His stories reflect an observational nature and a liking for the weird stuff hidden below the surface of us all. Dealing with day to day happenings in a sometimes quirky, sometimes shocking way.

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