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10 thoughts on “How To Eat Fruit

  1. says:

    I was looking for a story that would meet my three main requirements it had to be a short story, a story written by Anne Brooke, but not an m m one So I turned to this book.I must admit, I was really impressed, and liked this story eventhan those m m ones that are written by the same author and that I ve already read.The thing that I liked most was the trick of the whole story being a metaphor The language, as usual, is great and the story, being a rather unusual one, is a very interest I was looking for a story that would meet my three main requirements it had to be a short story, a story written by Anne Brooke, but not an m m one So I turned to this book.I must admit, I was really impressed, and liked this story eventhan those m m ones that are written by the same author and that I ve already read.The thing that I liked most was the trick of the whole story being a metaphor The language, as usual, is great and the story, being a rather unusual one, is a very interesting read, though it s really really short


  2. says:

    This book showed that there is no need for complexities to bring out an intriguing, original story The author used the changes of the fruits and physical appearance of the women to show the passing of the days and the season The book suggests that there might be a change in the ending if Jacob had picked up his courage, probably the same one that brought him to the woman The woman s background is brought to the readers, albeit the lack of her name Her eccentricity and air of in difference m This book showed that there is no need for complexities to bring out an intriguing, original story The author used the changes of the fruits and physical appearance of the women to show the passing of the days and the season The book suggests that there might be a change in the ending if Jacob had picked up his courage, probably the same one that brought him to the woman The woman s background is brought to the readers, albeit the lack of her name Her eccentricity and air of in difference made her a relatively interesting character in the book.I have not read such a short story in a long, and while one might find this simplicity overloaded if you re accustomed to long descriptions and plentiful detail, it is nonetheless, a beautiful read Kudos to the author


  3. says:

    Sometimes there is something about a year, a season, a someone, a situation or event in our lives that sticks with us, that we will always remember Perhaps it is with fondness Perhaps with a tinge of regret Hopefully we learn something from it.This very short story looks at a woman, a man, a season that changes into another and what that means No names, no fuss, just a simple story about a period in time that different people will possibly place different interpretations on, based on their o Sometimes there is something about a year, a season, a someone, a situation or event in our lives that sticks with us, that we will always remember Perhaps it is with fondness Perhaps with a tinge of regret Hopefully we learn something from it.This very short story looks at a woman, a man, a season that changes into another and what that means No names, no fuss, just a simple story about a period in time that different people will possibly place different interpretations on, based on their own life experiences and beliefs Anne Brooke always writes a very interesting short that makes you think


  4. says:

    A beautiful and haunting story that lingers in the mind An exquisite read.


  5. says:

    This was least favorite of the 7 novellas I took up to read I think 12 pages is just too short for a complete story Maybe I would have liked itif it was a writing assignment written by a student There s good writing but no real story It had the spice I was looking for though There was a moral and it is good for some reflections Perhaps it is best for a literary assignment but not great for a comfort read in the rain.


  6. says:

    12 pages of what


  7. says:

    Part poetry, part prose An interesting work to publish in the Smashwords format I d like to seesmaller works like this.


  8. says:

    Pretend that the Goblin Market grew up Haunting and beautiful But, oh, so short.


  9. says:

    Good thing it was free


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How To Eat Fruit When Jacob Meets An Unknown Woman In A Cafe, He Begins A Series Of Sensual Encounters, The Like Of Which He Has Never Experienced Before During That Summer, He Learns Many Things But, When Autumn Comes, Will He Have Learned Enough To Stay With Her

  • ebook
  • 3 pages
  • How To Eat Fruit
  • Anne Brooke
  • English
  • 11 April 2018
  • 1452402531

About the Author: Anne Brooke

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