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BOOK REVIEW: AN INFINITY OF DAYS IN THE PSYCHOTIC ATOMIK EMPIRE
BY GREGORY ALAN NORTON

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First of all, don't let this title scare you. When I first saw the title I thought, "This book is going to be boring". Quite to the contrary, it is just the opposite.

The author, Gregory Alan Norton, has written a collection of short stories. The stories all deal with the many different types of issues one might face in the real world. The stories are all done with a Chicago setting and include many different types of characters from college students to supervisors.

All of the stories in this collection are excellent but two of my favorites are: "What Did You Learn in School Today" - this story involves a young girl who is being sexually harassed by her supervisor. How does she handle the situation? You will be surprised! Another one I enjoyed is "The Man in the White Jaguar" - What happens to a man who refuses to give a ride to another gentleman when his car breaks down? After reading this one, you might think twice the next time someone needs a ride. I don't want to say too much about the stories because they are something the reader should enjoy and ponder through as they read the book.

The author does a magnificent job of providing just enough information in the story to entice the reader to continue. After you read each story, you will learn how the situation is handled. The reader will be given plenty of "food for thought." Then you will wonder - would I have handled this situation the same way? You will soon come to realize that the people in these stories have certain beliefs in common and they are doing just that - standing up for their rights. If you are looking for something to give you an exercise of the mind and a book that is very unique, this is the one for you.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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