Friday, October 13, 2017
Forest Dark. Krause weaves two alternating stories featuring two protagonists: one a female writer, and the other a male millionaire. As with each of us, these characters are trying to find their place and purpose in life. Separately, they wind up in Israel, both staying at the Tel Aviv Hilton. Jules Epstein has been giving away his fortune and is becoming detached from his former life, transcending it for something else. The writer has a troubled marriage, and hasn’t been writing. She stumbles onto Kafka writings that had never been published. There’s a transcendental quality to Krause’s prose as she glides from one narrative to another, and as we glimpse into the ways in which these characters find their places in or outside of this world. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Forest Dark from amazon.com.
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