Julie Ann Weinstein,
Flashes from the Otherworld
(All Things that Matter Press, 2010)

In 1,000 words or less, Julie Ann Weinstein goes through dozens of stories involving the paranormal, the surreal and, of course, relationships.

Each story in Flashes from the Otherworld uses strangeness as a tool to explain how complex and truly interesting life should be. It's a quick and easy read that brings vivid focus to the gray areas of life.

The prose demands attention, the pacing is quick, and the topics range from silly to disturbing. It's a good pick for those who believe in exploring life from the inexplicable or supernatural angles, and Weinstein proves to be very good at what she does. In short, this work's here to remind that, from vegetables to cloudy dreams, "there are more things in Heaven and earth...."

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book review by
Whitney Mallenby

8 January 2011

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