Deep Springs chronicles the writing of Simon G. Scott from 2003-2007. His prose is vivid and captivating throughout. The stories are a mix of coming of age, suspense, horror, science fiction, and survival. In "Remember the Apple Blossom Pie", an aging Saudi man confronts a powerful shaman who has kidnapped his daughter in the dark jungles of the Solomon Islands. These stories are evocative of the human will and the power to survive.
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