BEACH TIME: Tales From Several Shores

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iUniverse, Feb 18, 2005 - Fiction - 456 pages
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Beach Time is a powerful collection of stories weaving a tapestry of the shore as a place of reflection, a sanctuary for addressing life's challenges and opportunities, and as a point of departure for life's many journeys. Whether finding romance among the canals and lanes of magical Venice, facing life, death, and ghosts along the Carolina coasts, honeymooning in the south of Portugal, or solving mysteries in the Greek isles, the stories will hold your interest across the miles and years. Additional tales speak to youth's desire to find direction in life, whether in the beach towns of Florida, at a Buddhist shine on Cheju Island, Korea, or along the North Shore of Oahu. Darker tales reveal how outcasts prey upon the young or confused in the chaos of the beach.

Beach Time (by the author of Hues of Tokyo) can be read straight through, engaging the themes linking the stories, or each story can be cherished individually as you travel to multiple shores in the US, Asia, and Europe-to be entertained by whimsical tales that both amuse and provoke deep thought about life's relationship with that in-between space where the land meets the sea and the sky.

 

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Contents

The ReturningTide Sandals on a Boardwalk Bench
Leaving Spinalonga
True Colors Duck Tale
Buddhas Oranges The Long LovelyWalkAway
Asheson theInlet
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