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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
An error in programming the nanobots almost causes the extinction of the human race. Can they be re-programmed to save the rest of humanity? A woman investigates the murder of a man of the cloth, only to discover that she was the intended target. Can she solve the mystery? And, more important, will she survive? Dr. Katherine E.A. Korkidis’s The KEAK Anthology has many diverse themes in this collection of short stories, flash fiction, and novel excerpts. Some of the stories can be classified as literary fiction, while others are more clearly defined as mystery, thriller, historical nonfiction, science fiction, romance, and realistic. The author takes an idea and weaves a magical web of tangents and parameters around a compelling plot that captures the reader’s attention.
Dr. Katherine E.A. Korkidis’s The KEAK Anthology: A Collection of Short Stories and Much More is an intense look at this author’s literary career and that of her father, Artemios Korkidis, who wrote some of the stories. Each story is well constructed with a thorough consideration of plot development, characterization, narrative, and dialogue. The book itself is divided into three sections: short stories, flash fiction, and excerpts from five different (already published) novels. The author’s writing is engaging and entertaining, drawing the reader in right from the start. The author has a diverse interest in genres and themes and illustrates her succinct ability in each story she shares. This is a wonderful collection to be enjoyed over an extended period. There is something for everyone’s tastes in this collection.