Carol's Aquarium

Carol s Aquarium Carol s Aquarium follows Kristen J Tsetsi s acclaimed novel HOMEFRONT with tales of love lust displaced anger guiltless selfishness the love of real life and domestic confinement Collection includ

  • Title: Carol's Aquarium
  • Author: Kristen J. Tsetsi
  • ISBN: 2940000699102
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Nook
  • Carol s Aquarium follows Kristen J Tsetsi s acclaimed novel HOMEFRONT with tales of love, lust,displaced anger, guiltless selfishness, the love of real life, and domestic confinement.Collection includes fiction prize winner and Pushcart Prize nominee They Three at Once Were One, fiction prize winner Becoming an Oates Girl, and fiction prize winner Burn Everything butCarol s Aquarium follows Kristen J Tsetsi s acclaimed novel HOMEFRONT with tales of love, lust,displaced anger, guiltless selfishness, the love of real life, and domestic confinement.Collection includes fiction prize winner and Pushcart Prize nominee They Three at Once Were One, fiction prize winner Becoming an Oates Girl, and fiction prize winner Burn Everything but the Heart.

    • ☆ Carol's Aquarium || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ Kristen J. Tsetsi
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      Published :2018-06-25T08:06:52+00:00

    1 thought on “Carol's Aquarium”

    1. Minimalist at its finest: so vague, so dark, and so mortally wounding, some of the stories warranted a second read so that I could fully appreciate just how deeply the psychology of obsession hit the page in so few words. That's what this book is all about after all: pain, suffering, and obsession -- the decay and collapse of the human psyche. But I'll get more into that later.Now I love deviant and damaged characters, but I wasn’t quite prepared for the level of neurosis I found in this colle [...]

    2. Shortly after I reviewed her novel “Homefront” “Kristen Tsetsi” asked me to review her collection of short stories. “Sure” I said…”No Problem, but be aware I review compilations 1 story at a time” Well, first of all…damn me and my big fat mouth and second…yeah, there is no way in hell I can do that with this book. (sorry Kristen)“Carol’s Aquarium” is not your everyday collection of shorts; they are not a couple of pages long, they are (more often than not) a couple of [...]

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