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Reviewed by Essien Asian for Readers' Favorite
What does a scorned woman who finally gets the perfect form of poetic revenge on her sadistic partner, a mirror with a disturbingly manic hold on its delusional beholder, and an honest dreamer with the makings of an idea that could end global hunger have in common? They are all intrinsic parts of the collection of intriguing short stories that comprise Jeffrey M. Feingold’s anthology, There Is No Death in Finding Nemo. Read along and be enthralled as a master in the art of short story creation seduces your mind and captures your attention with some of his best works.
Jeffrey M. Feingold has already shown with his previous works that his ability to craft truly unique stories is unparalleled in his genre, but with There Is No Death in Finding Nemo, he raises the bar beautifully. His character definition is impressive as he crafts one-of-a-kind individuals with unusual origins and manages to marry that with eloquent conversations that are as witty as they are deep. Mark's growing infatuation with his reflection feels natural yet disturbing, but even that is outdone by Francine's weird solution to dealing with a patriarchal society. What stands out is how Feingold tells his story, pushing the limits of the unimaginable to such a point that the conclusion confounds you just when you think you have it all figured out. Feingold's collection of short stories is genre-defining in not just their composition but their presentation. You read this kind of book multiple times because you can't get enough of it.