Voices That Wish to Be Heard: Eighteen Thoughtful Tales
In the eighteen stories found in this collection, readers will have the opportunity to explore a host of issues. Their journey will fall under the guidance of a writer who has clearly given much energy to thoughts on powerful issues such as overpopulation, depletion of natural resources, the role of religion in society, and the nature of God. But Jack Randall walks this path without missing the flowers along the way. Wading into the mire of profundity has not eliminated his power to touch the reader with heartfelt stories of loss, redemption, and triumph. In the end, the reader will take away from these stories an insight into larger issues facing our world today, insight brought from a slightly tilted point of viewatilted not to obscurity, but rather to such that a new view becomes available, and one which the reader will not fail to enjoy.
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